Valium Ireland (also known as diazepam) basically refers to a benzodiazepine derivative. Valium Ireland is usually prescribed to patients suffering from anxiety disorders and may be effective in relieving anxiety symptoms in the short term. The stress or anxiety associated with daily stress does not usually require treatment with anxiolytics. Valium Ireland can also be taken if relief of symptoms is needed in case of acute agitation, impending tremor, tremor and hallucinations.
Valium Ireland may also be effective in relieving spasms of skeletal muscle caused by certain local pathologies (eg secondary effects after trauma or inflammation of the joints or muscles), asymptomatic agents and upper motor neurons. Ireland can also be used orally to treat seizures.
Description of the medicinal product
Valium Ireland is essentially a colorless to pale yellow crystalline form of the compound. It is insoluble in water. Valium Ireland stands for benzodiazepine derivatives. The full chemical name of the valium is 7-chloro-1,3-dihydro-1-methyl-5-phenyl-2H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one. Oral administration Valium is available as tablets containing 2 mg, 5 mg or 10 mg diazepam. In addition to diazepam (the main active substance), each Valium Ireland tablet contains anhydrous lactose, calcium stearate, maize starch and pregelatinised starch.
The dose of Valium needs to be adjusted for each person to achieve the maximum benefit. The usual daily dose below meets the needs of most patients, and yet there are some patients who may need an increased dose. In such cases, the dose should be increased with caution to avoid any side effects.
Valium Ireland can cause the following allergic reactions: swelling of the face, tongue, lips and throat, hives and difficulty breathing. Therefore, if you start to experience any of the above symptoms, contact your doctor immediately. Call your doctor right away if you experience any of the following: confusion, hallucinations, fear of danger, unusual behavior, aggression, hyperactivity, hostility, agitation, suicidal thoughts or self-harm, feeling very depressed or unconscious. Loss; Weak or shallow breathing
Here is a list of the most commonly reported side effects:
- muscle weakness;
In addition, there are other less common side effects, but the bus is still traceable:
- Abnormal sensations: dizziness, blurred vision, etc.
- Gastrointestinal problems: constipation, nausea, gastrointestinal discomfort;
- Central nervous system: depression, confusion, headache, tremors, rolling disorders, slurred speech;
- Cardiovascular system: hypotension and others .;
- urogenital system: changes in libido, urinary retention, urinary incontinence;
- Mental and paradoxical reactions: restlessness, anxiety, aggression, irritability, hallucinations, irritability, agitation, psychosis, etc .;
- ANNEX AND SKIN: Skin irritation and other skin reactions;
- Other: changes in salivation (eg excessive salivation and dry mouth);
- laboratory: elevated transaminases, alkaline phosphatase and others;
Some side effects are less common, but you should take them seriously to avoid side effects. If any of the above occur, you must stop taking Valium Ireland immediately. Patients should contact their doctor immediately if any of the above are observed. Valium Ireland is not recommended for the treatment of psychotic patients and should not be used as a primary treatment.
Before taking Valium Ireland (aka Diazepam), make sure you have already told your doctor about allergic reactions to other benzodiazepines and other benzodiazepines (eg alprazolam, lorazepam). To avoid any allergic reactions and problems, be sure to contact your pharmacist for more information.
A list of precautions and certain medical conditions that you should know before using this medicine. Patients with glaucoma (aka at a narrow angle), certain types of muscle disease (such as myasthenia gravis) or sleep disorders (sleep apnea) should seek full consultation. Involve your GP in any discussion based on your history of liver disease, kidney disease, lung / respiratory problems (eg COPD), alcohol / substance abuse, etc.
In principle, the use of valium should be considered both in women of childbearing potential and during pregnancy, when the clinical situation substantially precludes any risk or harm to the fetus. Valium can pass into breast milk. Therefore, breast-feeding should be avoided in such patients during treatment with Valium.