How does Diazepam shalina 10mg work?
Diazepam shalina 10mg belongs to the class of drugs called benzodiazepines. It is used for the short-term relief of symptoms associated with mild to moderate anxiety or alcohol withdrawal (such as agitation). It is also used to relieve muscle spasms. It works by slowing down the nerve activity of the brain (the central nervous system).
The injectable form of this medication is used to control prolonged epileptic seizures.
Diazepam shalina 10mg is available under different brand names or under different presentations, or both. A specific mark of this medication may not be available in all forms or be approved for any of the conditions discussed herein. In addition, certain forms of this medication may not be used against all the conditions mentioned in this article.
Your doctor may have suggested Diazepam shalina 10mg for a condition not listed in this medication information article. If you have not yet discussed this with your doctor, or if you have any doubts about why you are taking this medication, consult it. Do not stop taking this medicine without consulting your doctor.
Do not give Diazepam shalina 10mg to anyone, even someone who suffers from the same symptoms as yours. This medication may be harmful to people for whom it has not been prescribed.
What form (s) does Diazepam Daz 10mg come in?
Each pale yellow, cylindrical, biplane, beveled above “10” engraved on one side and a break bar on the other, contains 10 mg of diazepam. Nonmedicinal ingredients: corn starch, lactose, yellow iron oxide and magnesium stearate. Gluten-free, paraben, sodium, sulfite or tartrazine.
How should I use Diazepam shalina 10mg ?
The recommended dose of diazepam for adults varies from 2 mg to 10 mg, taken 2 to 4 times a day. For children over 6 months, the initial dose usually ranges from 1 mg to 2.5 mg taken 3 to 4 times a day.
It is important that the dose be tailored to your personal needs to avoid excessive sedation or motor impairment.
Diazepam shalina 10mg is normally used for a short period of time or as needed. It can cause a state of dependence if it is taken for long periods. If you are taking this medication regularly for some time (eg more than a month), do not stop taking it without first talking to your doctor. To avoid weaning effects, a gradual reduction in dose is recommended before stopping.
There are a number of factors that can be used to determine the dose that a person needs: weight, health, and other medications. If your doctor has recommended a dose other than those listed here, do not change the way you take the medication without consulting it first