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ETIZOLAM - and the Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety Disorder and Etizolam


Etizolam is an effective anti-anxiety medicine that is similar to benzodiazepine class of medicines. It is used for the management of anxiety and short-term treatment of insomnia (sleeplessness).

Etizolam is a benzodiazepine analogue similar to diazepam or Valium. It works like other benzodiazepines, although it has a slightly different chemical makeup. Where benzos have a benzene ring, etizolam has a thiophene ring.

Etizolam depresses the central nervous system and animal testing seems to point toward its effectiveness as a muscle relaxer, anti-convulsion medication, sleep aid, sedative and anti-anxiety medication. The World Health Organization reports that etizolam is six to 10 times more potent than diazepam for most of its effects. It is currently not approved for use in the United States; however, it is on the market in Japan, Italy, and India under names such as:

    Depas
    Pasaden
    Etilaam
    Etizest
    Sedekopan
    Etizola

Etizolam is not regulated or controlled in the United States as an acceptable medication as of yet.

How Etizolam Is Abused

While etizolam is not on the market in America and you won’t find it in your local pharmacy or get a prescription from your doctor, you can obtain it over the Internet and through other channels. This is highly dangerous as you can never be sure what exactly you are obtaining online. Without more information and knowledge of etizolam’s potential effects, it is extremely risky to use without being under a physician’s care.

Etizolam generally works like the rest of the benzodiazepine family in that it targets the neurotransmitter gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) in the brain, working to increase production and slow nerve impulses. According to the Center for Substance Abuse Research, benzodiazepines are the one of the most prescribed depressant medications in America. They are often used to treat anxiety. Etizolam works like these other benzodiazepines; however, it seems to be more selective, binding to specific receptor sites in the brain and causing a more anxiolytic or anti-anxiety effect.

While etizolam is relatively unproven and under the radar, there has been a study done to attempt to determine its effectiveness on generalized anxiety disorder, or GAD. Because etizolam is more potent than Valium and seems to have fewer side effects, those suffering from GAD are interested in it.

While depressive and anxiety symptoms did seem to be improved with etizolam and side effects were less dramatic, daytime drowsiness being the most reported, other benzodiazepine side effects need to be taken into account as well.

Some of the biggest issues with benzodiazepines are their high risk for addiction and severe withdrawal symptoms. When taken correctly, drugs like etizolam and Valium are meant as short-term solutions and not intended to be taken for long periods of time.



                                             ETIZOLAM available only in USA

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