Etizolam in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder

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Etizolam (Etilaam) is an anti-convulsant skeletal muscle relaxant used to treat various different medical conditions including insomnia, anxiety or panic attacks. Etizolam is part of the benzodiazepine family of drugs and shares effects with medication such as valium. Etizolam has been reported to have strong hypnotic properties. Etizolam (Etilaam) acts as an agonist at the benzodiazepine receptor to produce its reported therapeutic effects amongst trialists.

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There are various online stockists of Etizolam Pellets ranging in price. Many of the online stockists distribute the chemicals for research purposes only. Research Chemical stores which specialise in ‘not for human consumption’ chemicals stock the pellets under the premise
that they are selling them solely for testing in a controlled laboratory, not for any form of in-vivo testing. There are many websites online
where you can buy Etizolam and the standard blue pellets ensure you are always getting the same quality of product wherever you decide to buy it from.

Etizolam in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder

Administration & Dosage:

Always take Etizolam as you have been instructed by your general practitioner. When treating insomnia, Normal dosage is 1 or 2 mg before going to bed.

Unless specifically advised to by your doctor, never take more than 2mg per day.

Side Effects:

– tiredness
– fatigue
– dizziness
– Patients taking Etizolam long term have reportedly developed a tolerance to the drug, reducing its effectiveness, and withdrawal symptoms when they stop taking Etizolam.

Warning:

Patients taking Etizolam are at risk from serious withdrawal symptoms after they stop using the drug, so it is essential that discontinuation is properly controlled with the assistance of your GP or another healthcare professional. Never stop using Etiizolam abruptly or it may cause withdrawal symptoms.

Before you start using Etizolam always ensure your doctor is aware of all other medication you are taking (including supplements, and vitamins), as well as any allergies you have. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to conceive a child you should not take Etizolam.

Written by Herbert

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