Valium 10mg

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What is Valium?

The generic name of Valium is Diazepam. It is available under the brand name Valium. Hoffman-la-Roche first introduced Diazepam (Valium) in 1959. Valium is a prescription medicine. Valium is related to other groups of drugs like anti-anxiety agents, Anxiolytics, Benzodiazepines, Anticonvulsants, and skeletal muscle relaxants.

Valium gives relief from anxiety for a short period of time. It can also be used to relieve the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.

Chemistry of Valium

Valium is a derivative of Benzodiazepine, which is a yellow crystalline compound. It is insoluble in water. Its molecular weight is 284.75. Anhydrous lactose, corn starch, and calcium stearate are inactive ingredients of Diazepam.

What does the Valium tablet look like?

Valium tablets are yellow in color. On the tablet, you will find the words AGOG imprinted on the other side. Valium tablets are round, flat-faced with v shape perforation and beveled edges.

The solution of Valium is available in different colors with different amounts of the drug in the solution.

Where Can I Buy Valium in the UK?

Valium (Diazepam) is available in the London district’s pharmacies and dispensed Diazepam, but not without a prescription. You will find that Diazepam (Valium) is available in 91% of pharmacies. 

Valium is not available without a prescription in different pharmacies unless there is a medical emergency. You can also buy Valium online but beware of the websites that claim to sell you Valium for low prices. 

There are many websites where you can buy Diazepam online. You will find many websites advertising “Buy Diazepam in the UK,” but you never know if they will provide you with authentic drugs.  

You can get Valium (Diazepam) without any prescription from our website. We guarantee to provide you with authentic drugs.

The following should be kept in mind before buying Valium online:

  1. If a pharmacy is outside the UK, beware of them and check the product for its authentication.
  2. Beware of those websites that offer drugs at low prices.
  3. Beware of sites that do not have any secure method of payment. 

 What is Valium used for?

Valium is used to treat anxiety in the following: 

  1. Stress
  2. Tremors
  3. Anxiety 
  4. Hallucinosis 
  5. Agitation
  6. Convulsive disorders
  7. Alcohol withdrawal
  8. Trouble in sleeping
  9. Memory loss 
  10. Relieve muscles spasm due to spasticity 

Valium is not used for psychotic patients and in pregnancy. 

These drugs cause congenital malformation, neonatal flaccidity, feeding, and respiratory difficulties. It can become the cause of Hypothermia in newborns if they receive Benzodiazepines from the mother. 

How to Use Valium?

Keep the following points in mind while taking Valium: 

  1. Use medicine according to the prescription of doctors.
  2. Take medicine with food. 
  3. Do not chew Valium. Just swallow it with water.
  4. If you are using the solution of Diazepam, you should measure the dosage with a spoon, dropper, or syringe. 
  5. Valium can be injected through the mouth, injected in the vein, or through the rectum. They can also be used as nasal sprays.
  6. Do not suddenly reduce or stop the dosage. Do not take the double dosage.
  7. Valium is not used for children less than 6 months of age.

 How does Valium Works?

Valium is used to treat anxiety. Valium boost the efficiency of a chemical messenger called GABA. Diazepam acts on the limbic system’s following areas: Thalamus and Hypothalamus. 

Valium increases the inhibitory processes in the cerebral cortex. Valium and other benzodiazepines’ anticonvulsant characteristics are primarily due to binding to voltage-dependent sodium channels.

Side Effects of Valium

Valium may cause side effects if it is abused. Some side effects of Valium are as follows:

  1. Suicidal thoughts
  2. Breathing problems
  3. Risk of seizure 
  4. Agitation
  5. Drowsiness
  6. Light-headedness
  7. Hallucinations
  8. Aggressions
  9.  Hostility
  10. Muscle weakness
  11.  Panic attacks 
  12. Headache
  13.  Slurred speech
  14. Tremors
  15. Gastrointestinal disturbance
  16.  Blurred vision
  17. Hypotension
  18. Skin reaction
  19. Dry mouth and hypersalivation

Drugs to Avoid while taking Valium

Drugs that affect the central nervous system when combined with benzodiazepines and Valium are dangerous. They cause respiratory disorders.

Some drugs that cannot interact with Valium are:

  1. Alcohol  
  2. Sleeping pills
  3. Antidepressants
  4. Tranquilizer
  5. Antiseizure
  6. Antacids
  7. Cimetidine
  8. Ketoconazole
  9. Fluvoxamine
  10. Omeprazole

Warning before using Valium

Tell your medical history to your doctor and make sure to not take Valium if you have any of the following: 

  1. Neuromuscular disease
  2. Sleep apnoea
  3. Liver failure
  4. Respiratory insufficiency
  5. Closed-angle glaucoma

 How to cope with Side effects and overdosage?

  1. Check the pulse rate and blood pressure.
  2. Try to induce vomit.
  3. If the patient is conscious, intravenous fluid should be given if emptying the stomach is impossible.
  4. Activated charcoal should be given to absorb the extra drug.
  5. Drink plenty of water and juice.
  6. Consult your doctor in case of severe effects.

How to store Valium?

Valium should be stored at room temperature of 59-86 Fahrenheit and 15-30 degrees Celsius. It should be stored in a tight light-resistant container as defined by USPINF.

Make sure that all medicines should be tucked away safely and away from the prying hands of children. 

Never share your medicines with others. 

How long Valium stays in your body?

When a drug is injected through the rectum, it takes about 5 minutes to dissolve in the bloodstream and start working in the body. The effect usually lasts for an hour or so. But if the drug is taken orally, its effect starts in about 15 to 30 minutes. If you stop taking a drug, the effect may last for a day. The risk of drug addiction by using Valium increases with age. In older people, medications do not easily leave the body.

Metabolites of drugs are excreted through the kidney with urine. The chances of toxic reactions are more in people that have affected renal function. Older people mostly have reduced renal function. So, older people are mostly affected. 

Additional information

Diazepam

Valium, Bensedin, Kerns, Hemofarm

Quantity

50, 100, 250