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Generic Valium 10mg for anxiety and depression

Valium (diazepam), falls within the drug classification of benzodiazepines. Valium, along with the other benzodiazepines are by far the drugs most often prescribed to treat anxiety problems. Also in addition to being good for anxiety, Valium is frequently used as a muscle relaxant and for sleeping difficulties. Sometimes the benzodiazepines are also used to treat seizures in some patients with epilepsy. It is considered a long-acting benzodiazepine, in that you may take one dosage to last all day. Valium is frequently prescribed for individuals with generalized anxiety disorder, problems with muscle relaxation (such as if you have back problems), and even for a condition called night terrors that occurs with children.

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How Does Diazepam Work?
Valium (diazepam) produces depression in the central nervous system. It contains anticonvulsant, amnesic, anxiolytic, sedative and muscle relaxant properties. Valium also affects areas on the limbic system, the thalamus and hypothalamus contributing to the relief of anxiety. Valium is long lasting and can be given intravenously, orally, intra muscularly and also as a rectal suppository. Due to Valium producing dependence and tolerance, short term use is recommended.

Side effects
Anxiety, irregular heartbeat, forgetfulness, mental depression, and confusion are side effects that could require prompt medical attention. However, these side effects are not common when taking diazepam. Even less common, but serious events, are behavior changes, low blood pressure, muscle weakness, and the yellowing of the eyes or skin (jaundice). More common, but less serious side effects, include drowsiness, clumsiness, slurred speech, and dizziness. Rare among these less serious side effects are stomach cramps, headache, muscle spasm, nausea, vomiting, and dry mouth.

Once a person stops taking diazepam, the following side effects could occur from withdrawal: sleeping difficulties, nervousness, and irritability. Less common side effects from withdrawal include confusion, abdominal cramps, mental depression, sensitivity to light, nausea, shaking, and increased sweating. Rarely seen side effects include seizures, hallucinations , and feelings of distrust in the patient.