drug is given in cases where the action is milder means does not reach the desired effect."Phenazepam" prescribed for the treatment of psychotic and psychopathic states which can be expressed in irritability, anxiety and emotional stress.Some doctors prescribe "Phenazepam" as a drug for the treatment of alcoholism and substance abuse.The drug is widely used in the treatment of symptoms of epilepsy.The indication for the medication is febrile form of schizophrenia in which exclude the possibility of antipsychotic drugs."Phenazepam" is used in neurology - it can be treated muscle rigidity, hyperkinesis, tics, athetosis, etc.

harm drugs

Despite the wide range of uses drugs, the drug is dangerous
enough."Fenazepam" has sedative and anxiolytic effects, which arise due to inhibition of central nervous system (CNS).People who use "Phenazepam" should not be allowed to control the vehicle and perform work that requires increased attention or response and is associated with the risk of harm to others. ¬ęPhenazepam" can cause tremors, muscle spasms, hallucinations, irritability and insomnia.

The drug has a wide range of side effects.At the beginning of the treatment observed increased sleepiness, fatigue, severe dizziness, decreased attention, disorientation, lack of coordination, slowing the motor and mental reactions and confusion.Especially acute these effects occur in elderly patients.In rare cases it is possible to stimulate depression.In case of overdose or poisoning of the active substance medications may cause an emotional breakdown.After the excessive use of drugs have been noted attempts suicide in especially unstable patients.Lethal dose varies depending on the physical condition of the person.

medicine affects the other organs of the human body.So often there are pyrexia, leukopenia, agranulocytosis, characterized by increased weakness, fatigue and chills.From the digestive system indicated the possibility of a dry mouth or, conversely, excessive salivation;can appear heartburn, vomiting.Some patients experience loss of appetite, accompanied by constipation or diarrhea.Perhaps the appearance of jaundice. Among other things, "Phenazepam" is addictive and may cause visual impairment.

drug can cause allergic reactions, and accompanied by skin rash and itching.It is also forbidden to take the drug to pregnant women because "Phenazepam" has a devastating effect on the fetus, it suppresses the central nervous system and respiratory system.In newborns there is a violation of sucking reflex, when during pregnancy the mother applied the drug.