Etilaam 1 is a drug manufactured by Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd. These tablets are used for a variety of reasons. One example is as an anti-convulsant. This medicine works by increasing the function of gamma-aminobutyric acid which calms the brain.
Forms of Etilaam
Etilaam is a trade name of Etizolam(what is it) and is a benzodiazepine. Etizolam can know under the following trade names:
Etilaam 1 is available is in tablet, powder, or solution form. The powder is compressed to form the tablets. The solution is created by a mixture of the powder and propylene glycol. The solution is made for extended shelf life, and if stored in glass amber jars, it will last longer.
Uses of Etilaam 1
The tablet can use for the improvement, prevention, control, or management of:
• Panic Attacks
• Cervical Spine Problems
• Lower Back Aches
• Anxiety Disorders
• Phobic Neurosis
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome
In the United States, it is highly recommended not to digest Etilaam 1. It is only for research purposes and not for consumption.
A dosage of Etilaam 1
Etilaam 1 comes in a packet of ten tablets shipped from Clear Sky Pharmacy. The tablets come in 0.25 mg, 0.5 mg, and 1 mg doses. The doctor will determine the exact dose according to the medical issue, body weight, medicines being taken, and any other health issues present. Etizolam should be taken at the same time every day to get the greatest benefits. A doctor can adjust the dosage according to a person’s response to the medicine.
The maximum amount is 3 mg per day. If a person takes more than 3 mg in 24 hours, he or she may overdose. Depending upon what medical condition is being treated, the doctor may recommend from 0.25 mg to 2 mg each day. The patient should continue taking medicine as long as the doctor recommends it. A doctor will typically only prescribe the drug for 12 weeks at a time.
Precautions of Etilaam 1
To avoid increasing the risk of side-effects, Etilaam 1 should not use if a person is taking the following drugs:
Etilaam 1 can interact with these drugs changing the effectiveness of each one. If a person has any of the following conditions, Etilaam 1 should not take:
• Respiratory Impairment
• Acute Glaucoma
Side Effects of Etilaam Tablets
When Etilaam tablets are used correctly, they significantly reduced the risk of severe side effects. However, side effects are still possible. A doctor should be consulted immediately if the patient experiences any of the following:
• Decrease appetite
• Respiratory issues
• Muscle weakness
• Muscle relaxation
• Changes in libido
• Urinary problems
• Dry mouth
This list is not a complete list of side effects. It is essential to report any of the above to a doctor, especially if the symptoms do not go away or get worse.
Etilaam 1 is a controlled substance in Denmark and Germany. It is a restricted benzodiazepine analog in Japan. In the United States, Etilaam does not have the Food and Drug Administration’s approval. It is legal for research because it is unscheduled. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Virginia, Mississippi, and Georgia consider Etilaam 1 a controlled substance, and it cannot be shipped there legally. In 2014, more states found Etilaam 1 to be a controlled substance.