Buy Bromazepam online no prescription
Bromazepam is a tranquilizer, benzodiazepine derivative, which has anxiolytic, sedative, soporific, anticonvulsant, muscle relaxing central action. Bromazepam is used for symptomatic treatment of emotional tension, anxiety, agitation, connected with the stresses of everyday life and do not require anxiolytic treatment. Bromazepam side effects: with long-term admission to high doses appears fatigue, drowsiness, dry mouth, muscle weakness, addictive, violation of concentration, slowing of mental and motor reactions, peripheral blood changing, violation of the liver and kidney functions; rare: agitation, hallucinations, insomnia.
Bromazepam reduces emotional tension, anxiety, fear, causes a slight sedative-hypnotic, anticonvulsant and central muscle relaxing effects.
Indications for Bromazepam using:
neuroses and psychopathy (accompanied by phobias, anxiety, stress), insomnia (with nervousness fear), the functional psychosomatic disorders of cardiovascular (pseudo-angina, arterial hypertension of emotional genesis), respiratory (hyperventilation, difficulty in breathing, short wind), gastrointestinal (irritable bowel syndrome), urogenital (frequent urination, dysmenorrhea) systems, psychogenic headache and dermatosis, the removal of anxiety and fear before surgical and endoscopic manipulations.
hypersensitivity (including to benzodiazepine), drug or alcohol dependence, myasthenia gravis.
Headache, dizziness, a sense of fatigue, drowsiness, violation of concentration, slow mental and motor reactions, reducing memory, ataxy, muscle weakness, increased appetite, and decreased libido.
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