Etivan-2 Etizolam JP 2 mg
Brand name: Etivan-2 Etizolam JP 2 mg tablets by Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Treatment: Short term Anxiety, Insomnia
Quantity per pack: 30 x 2 mg tablet’s
Price per pill: £1.60
Active Ingredient: Etizolam
It works by increasing the action of a chemical messenger (GABA). Which suppresses the abnormal and excessive activity of the nerve cells in the brain. Despite being a relatively new chemical compound, Etizolam differs from similar research chemicals. This is because it is an actively prescribed treatment on a global scale. Its usage can be traced back to 1990.
Etivan-2 Etizolam JP 2 mg tablets are one of the most recognized and most trusted brands for this type of treatment.
Etivan-2 Etizolam JP 2 mg is not commonly prescribed and is not a controlled substance. This is partly the reason why it has become so popular by being used in research and clinical trials. Common side effects of Etizolam 2mg can include:
- Altered libido
- Muscle coordination impaired and weakness
- Slurred speech
- Visual impairment
Generic guidelines for use
Take dosage within the duration as instructed by a doctor or your GP. The potential of becoming addicted to this medicine is less than other benzodiazepines. Etivan-2 Etizolam JP 2 mg Tablets may cause dizziness. Do not drive or do anything that requires mental focus until you know how this medicine affects you. Also avoid consuming alcohol as it may increase dizziness and drowsiness.
Things to consider before using Etivan-2 Etizolam JP 2 mg tablets
There are numerous reports on the abuse potential of Etizolam. Therefore, it should be only be used if there is no other alternative, and used with extreme caution in patients who are prone to drug abuse. As compared to other benzodiazepines, Etizolam has lesser sedative effects, it has lower dependence, and lower tolerance levels. However, if used long-term, it can greatly reduce the effectivity of the medicine and may cause dependence and addiction.
What happens if you stop taking Etizolam suddenly?
It can cause withdrawal symptoms which may include:
- ringing sound in ear (tinnitus)
- eating disorder (anorexia)
- excessive sweating (perspiration)
- hypersensitivity to visual and auditory stimuli
Stopping the medicine suddenly may also cause palpitations, fast heart rate and postural hypotension (drop in blood pressure on standing). In severe and rare cases of withdrawal from high doses, patients may develop seizures, mental disorder (psychosis), agitation, confusion, and hallucinations.
How long does Etizolam take to work?
Oral doses of Etizolam begin working within 30-60 minutes and peak at 3-4 hours. It remains in the body for 6-8 hours although higher doses can last longer. Like benzodiazepines, Etivan-2 Etizolam JP 2 mg encourages muscle relaxation, but otherwise it is mainly used for anxiety rather than sleep disorders. Although it does cause sleepiness, it is mainly used for treating anxiety disorder. It increases total sleep time and decreases the proportion of rapid eye movement sleep. Better known as REM, wherein your eyes move quickly in different directions. Etizolam has no effect on sleep latency (amount of time it takes you to go from being fully awake to being asleep).