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Fairly: We're not seeing deaths from its being used normally. I know a couple of psychiatrists and they are not big on benzodiazepines especially in the short run. Don't exceed the recommended dose or use it with alcohol or other depressing drugs. Everybody can benefit from learning new living skills and mental tricks and maybe life-situation changes so you won't be a slave to anxiety. Good luck. ...Read more
I understand your need for relief from Anxiety.
Bromazepam is for treatment of Anxiety. Its effect can last for about 8hours.
If your anxiety is severe or interfering with your functioning in relationships, work or personal life, see a Psychiatrist for Diagnosis, Medication benefits and side effects; and Therapy for stress in your life.
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It partially depends on your body mass.: The half-life of the medication is from 12 to 20 hours. This means by the end of the first day that you have stopped taking it probably half of the medication is out of your system. By the next day half of whatever left is I is gone from your system and so on. So it really depends on how much you are taking and how much fat stores you have to get rid of it entirely. I hope this gives you at least a ballpark figure ...Read more
Probably: These medications are both in the same class and may potentiate one another. If your doctor has prescribed both then s/he has probably already considered this possible interaction. It would not hurt to call and ask. ...Read more
Yes: This combination should be safe if taken as your doctor prescribes. These are both benzodiazapines. They may potentiate one another. ...Read more
If your doc agrees: If it is your doctor who chose the medication and the dosage then, things should be OK. 6 mg. Is kind of a middle of the road dose....should be OK....but driving or using hazardous machinery is a definite NO! NO! And combining with alcohol is more like, "Are you frickin' kidding me? ...Read more
Maybe not...: Gaba is not an fda-approved medication, so it is not known for sure what effects and side effects GABA has. Since some people say GABA has neuro-psychiatric effects, it is probably not a good idea to be on GABA and prescription medication for anxiety, such as benzodiazepines, at the same time. ...Read more
I take Lexilium (bromazepam) when I have anxiety. One pill 3mg maybe every third day for 4 months. Can I have withdrawal if I stop? How should I stop?
If you can, ask Dr.: If you can, contact the provider who made the Rx to get guidance on stopping. If not, that low a usage may be okay for you to cut back on your own. But don't just stop abruptly. Try once a week for awhile and watch for reactions - a common one is increased anxiety. Don't worry, just move slowly toward one/month, then off if you feel okay. This is an issue w/ Rx (s) best considered up front. Best! ...Read more
Took 15 3mg bromazepam over 2 months, built tolerance. Dr gave me 0.5klonopin worked wonders butmade me v irritable in wear off. What else can I take?
If you are not in: Withdrawal, you could take buspirone, escitalopram, effexor. Xr (venlafaxine), paxil (paroxetine, tofranil (imipramine) (Imipramine), gabapentin, hydroxyzine. Also cognitive behavioral therapy, acupuncture, acupressure, cranial electric stimulation ces) proper exercise and diet, soothing music, pursuing hobbies, swimming, yoga, massage, relaxation exercises, meditation, practicing religion or spirituality. Try focusing on things that are going on outside of your mind instead of focusing inside of your mind. Develop an outward instead of an inward focus and start doing for othersso that you remain less focused on yourself. Develop a spirit of giving and returning to society. This will increase your self-esteem and make you feel more engaged. Best wishes for a blessed holiday season. ...Read more
Antibiotics & meds: Bromazepam is a benzodiazepine similar to "Valium". It shouldn't have any major interaction with an antibiotic like cephalexin. I am more concerned, however, that you are even taking Bromazepam-- that's a very powerful medicine and I wonder if you really need it? In young women of child bearing age, you should be very careful with that. Hope your doctor knows all this! ...Read more
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I m taking escitalopram 10mg bromazapam 3mg and feeling nausia can I take dimenhydrinate or another drug?
Do not continue to take the prescribed drugs and don't seek a different drug.
You need to see your doctor about this. If you are not satisfied with the information have someone in your family or friends refer you to a better doctor. ...Read more
I take trazodone, buspirone and bromazepam together. Lately I've lost interest in things things that I used to enjoy. Why is this happening?
Loss of interest: You are on an antidepressant and 2 anti-anxiety agents. Side effects can include drowsiness, dizziness, depression, slurred speech, etc. Trazodone can be sedating also, and may not be helping any depression you have. Please see your physician for a review of your situation and medications. Adjustments or changes may be needed. ...Read more
What are the side effects of bromazepam? I have taken 3 pills of 3 mg 3 days in a row. Each pill a day. Should I be worried? I have anxiety disorder.
I understand your concern about Bromazepam.
It is a Benzodiazepine for anxiety symptoms.
It is ok to take 3 pills of 3 mg of Bromazepam 3 days in a row.
It can cause drowsiness, dizziness, unsteadiness, headache and nausea.
See Psychiatrist for Diagnosis, Medication benefits and side effects, dose ; and Therapy for stress in your life
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What is the difference between bromazepam and clonazepam beside the bigger half-life of the latter? Are they the same thing with different half-lives?
Similar: Both of these medications are in the same family of drugs. They have slightly different molecules. The effects of each are usually similar. The half-life is different because the molecule is different. ...Read more
Can bromazepam or clonazepam be prescribed online by doctors from healthtap if I am a paying member?
If you establish: A patient physician relationship with an appropriate specialist through Healthtap concierge service medications for established indications (like myoclonic epilepsy) this may be a possibility. One may need to use a different electronic prescription platform for some seizure meds (Klonopin and Keppra (levetiracetam) for instance can be phoned in directly. One does not want to abruptly discontinue a treatment. ...Read more
Is it safe to take bromazepam 3mg at night with 0.25 mg Xanax (alprazolam) and 10 mg escitalopram in the morning?
No: It is never recommended to take two benzodiazepines (any anti-Anxiety drug ending in - pam) as the can lead as their effect is amplified together. Which in this case means that side effects like sedation, dizziness would become unmanageable and dangerous all the way to respiratory depression (breathing slows down and may stop). Ask you psychiatrist about which one to stay on please. ...Read more
I have anxiety disorder and I have a tablet which contains 3 mg of bromazepam. Will it work as an anti anxiety medicine?
I understand your need for Medication for anxiety.
Bromazepam is a Benzodiazepine for treatment of Anxiety.
You can take the medication if Anxiety disorder is severe or for marked distress.
This medication is habit forming. For continued anxiety see a Psychiatrist for Diagnosis, Medication benefits and side effects, and Therapy for stress in your life.
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I take 1.5mg of bromazepam daily and I caught a severe attack of the flu today. Is it okay if I take Nyquil along with this medication?
I understand your desire to have good sleep.
Bromazepam helps with Anxiety which can help you sleep.
Using Nyquil with Bromazepam may increase drowsiness, dizziness and some impairment in thinking and judgment.
See your Physician for your severe attack of flu and treatment.
See Psychiatrist for Therapy, discuss benefits and side effects of Bromazepam; its interaction with Nyquil, and Relaxation. ...Read more
I am on Bromazepam 1.5 for a week now as I was stressed, Half Pill/Day and up to 2 Pills Sometime, I am Depressed, I need to Quit, What to do?
Bromazepam: Rather than obtain directives from an on-line physician - I would encourage you to address this directly with your physician/ psychiatrist and to follow his/her guidance. Take care. ...Read more
I have anxiety problem & been taking bromazepam 3mg for more than 2 years. Now I want to take diazepam 10mg. Is diazepam 10mg equals bromazepam 3mg?
Give it a try:
Both medicines are used for anxiety and foster the same effective treatment for anxiety symptoms but valium has been known to have less potential harmful long term effects like drug tolerance and addiction. The dosages are comparable.
Also consulting a therapist to resolve anxiety triggers is something to think about. Together medicine and therapy show the best treatment results. Good luck. ...Read more
Intermittent Bromazepam on a need-basis for a month, between 0.75 mg to 2.25 mg. Feeling fatigue on off days. Is taper necessary, and if so, how best?
See prescriber: It is always best and safest to taper off any benzodiazapine. The best way to do that is to consult with the prescribing physician. ...Read more
I took 2 Ambien (zolpidem) at 2pm and stayed awake till 12am. Now im afraid if I go to sleep I go crazy. What should I do? I hace bromazepam does that help?
Talk with prescriber: Some people have adverse reactions to medications (e.g. insomnia from a 'sleeping' pill). As a next step, review the problem with the doctor who prescribed the medication promptly and see if (a) there's another choice that could help address the original problem without the side effect, or (b) the side effect might not persist if the med is taken another time. ...Read more
In a way:
Anything that is sedating may be used as a sleeping pill. This medication is similar to other benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, Ativan, Klonopin, (clonazepam) Restoril). It primarily reduces the time to sleep onset by 4 -10 min. Prolongs the first two stages of sleep which does not result in prolonged total sleep time ~ 60 min longer.
Reduces deep sleep and REM sleep thus not improving restorative sleep. ...Read more
See below: Bromazepam is not a medication used to treat generalized epilepsies, in general. There are much better mainstream, fda approved medications used to treat them with the goal of decreasing frequency. If you are experiencing seizures, it is recommended you get evaluated by a neurologist. Hope that helps! ...Read more