Ativan is a relaxation medicine. Ativan belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepine drugs. Due to various factors, including genetic and personal history, long-term use of Ativan may lead to physical and psychological dependence. People with a history of drug and/or alcoholism or untreated mental illness are more likely to develop Ativan addiction. Ativan is a trademark of Lolaxi, an anxiolytic that is also used to treat other diseases ranging from insomnia to epilepsy.
How to useAtivan 2mg
Lorazepam is a generic form of the branded drug Ativan, used to treat anxiety and relieve anxiety related to depression. The drug belongs to the class of benzodiazepines and can be taken orally in tablets and concentrated solutions. It can be used to treat insomnia, epilepsy, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), nausea and nausea caused by alcohol withdrawal, and vomiting caused by cancer treatment.
Side effects of Ativan 2mg
Ativan helps balance chemicals in the brain that may cause anxiety. At particularly high doses, Ativan will bind to certain receptors in the brain and produce a transient, intense, high-intensity state, which then lasts for a long rest period. The most common side effects are as follows:
- Breathing problem
Precautions of Ativan 2mg
Before you start taking any medicine, please tell your doctor about possible illness or allergies, the medicine you are taking, whether you are pregnant or breastfeeding, and other important health-related facts. These factors may affect how you should use this medicine. Some people may have severe allergic reactions to the drug. Signs of allergic reactions include severe rashes, hives, swelling of the face or throat, or difficulty breathing. In this case, please consult a doctor immediately.
Storage of Ativan 2mg
- Keep this medicine out of sight of children.
- After expiration, do not use the medicine after marking “EXP” on the carton or bottle.
- Ativan injection should be kept in cold storage (2°C to 8°C).
- Place the ampoule in an external box to protect it from light.
- Do not dispose of medicine through waste water or household waste. Ask your pharmacist
- Discard all unused medicines. These measures are conducive to environmental protection
Drug Interactions Ativan 2mg
Ativan and all benzodiazepines can enhance the effects of other drugs that slow the brain process, such as alcohol, barbiturates, anesthetics, and sedatives. Atifen (Ativan) and these drugs can cause excessive tranquility. When patients taking loose loxapine (losartan) take Ativan, there is a clear sedative effect. It is not clear whether there is a drug interaction, but caution should be exercised when using Ativan with loxapine.
It is safe to take Ativan at the recommended dosage at the recommended time. However, taking this drug in large doses creates the risk of overdose, which can cause coma and even death. As an inhibitor of the central nervous system, Ativan slows the activity of the brain and nerves. Ativan rarely causes coma, coma, or death. However, high doses of Ativan may have fatal consequences, especially when used in combination with other drugs that also inhibit brain and vital organ activity.