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Diazepam is a controlled psychotropic or habit forming drug. Diazepam belongs to a class of medications called benzodiazepines.
Diazepam is popularly known as Valium, Calmpose, Diastat, E Pam, Meval, Lori, Relanium, Stesolid, Vazepam, Vivol, Zycalm, Zepose.
Diazepam is prescribed for short-term relief of anxiety symptoms and in management of anxiety disorder. It is also used for treating panic attacks, seizures, inability to sleep, and restless leg syndrome.
Precautions to follow while taking Diazepam:
Stop alcohol consumption
Avoid tobacco products as it may decrease the diazepam effect
Do not drive or operate heavy machinery because drowsiness occurs
Avoid long term use of the drug
Interactions of Diazepam with Grapefruit:
Grapefruit, grapefruit juice or grapefruit supplements should be avoided because of the increased concentration and decreased clearance of diazepam resulting in serious toxicity.
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