Welcome to Bromazepam.net! The purpose of this blog is to provide you with information related to benzos such as bromazepam.
Bromazepam falls under the class of drugs called benzodiazepines, which is a minor tranquilizer and sedative. Some of the brand names which bromazepam is marketed under include Brazepam, Lexotan, Lexaurin, and Bromaze. The most common pill strengths are 3mg and 6mg.
Bromazepam helps to aleviate anxiety, but can also be used to treat insomnia. Bromazepam is a Schedule IV narcotic under the drug classification system, meaning it has a mild to moderate potential for abuse. Anyone with a drug or alcohol problem should avoid bromazepam as well as other benzos if possible, as they are mind and mood altering drugs.
If you are taking bromazepam for a prolonged period of time, it is very important that you do not stop taking the drug abruptly, as it is possible to have a seizure. Seizures from benzo and alcohol withdrawal are potentially fatal, so this is something that should be taken very seriously. If you are taking a benzo and want to stop, always consult your prescribing physician and discuss a taper schedule. It is best to slowly and gradually taper off the drug. This will minimize withdrawal symptoms and decrease the chance of you having a seizure.
It is possible to become addicted to bromazepam and other benzos, such as valium (diazepam), xanax (alprazolam), and klonopin (clonazepam). If you notice that you are taking more than you are prescribed, you should consult your physician and ask what the best approach would be. It is best to nip it in the bud before over medicating becomes too out of hand and unmanageable.
Also, never combine alcohol with bromazepam or any other benzos. Even one or two drinks of alcohol, combined with a benzo, can throw you into a blackout, as the two substances have a synergistic effect on each other.
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