Etizolam And Escitalopram

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josephine F Says:


When shud we take Etizolam & Escitalopram Tablets and is it a sleeping pill?



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Jansaab Says:

I have gone through angioplasty about 70 days ago .I was advised tab risovas and tab deplate a 150 ,and Etizolam and ascitolapram.I have come to know that theetizolam and ascitolapram is given to persons who are suffering with stress and tension .I want to know why this last drug was advised ,when i have no mental disorder ,tension or any type of stress.Please reply in detail

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Jenna Says:

@josephine F,

Based on my research, Etizolam possesses sedative and skeletal muscle relaxant properties and is indicated as a short-term treatment of insomnia. It's not classified as a sleeping pill, but is prescribed for that purpose..but not as a long term form of treatment. This medication should be taken with food.

Escitalopram has FDA approval for the treatment of major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder in adults. It is not prescribed for the treatment of insomnia, so it most likely will not help with sleep issues. However, it may make you feel much more relaxed due to the fact it's prescribed for anxiety.

It's important that you only take these medications as prescribed by a doctor.

Do you have any more questions?

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Vuppala Says:

I was prescribed Escitalopram&Clonazepam. By my doctor because to reduce my anxiety .but I noticed constipation.please suggest

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Madan Says:
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I am 48 years old. I have taken escitalopram 5mg and etizolam 0.5 mg for ten years. Now I want to get rid of it. Upon stopping treatment my anxiety comes back more. What should I do? Please suggest.

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kaushal Says:

sir i have taken Escitalopram 10 mg only one tablet , after then i am suffering for anxiety , please suggest how to recover Escitalopram side effect. presently i am taking etizolam 0.5mg once a day. total time taken 20 days



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