Lorazepam (Ativan) for sale in the UK
Lorazepam (Ativan) is a tranquilizer. Lorazepam (Ativan) suppresses anxiety, fear, reduces agitation, emotional stress; provides anti-panic and amnestic action. The drug is effective for insomnia caused by anxiety or short-term stress: facilitates the offensive sleep (shorter period of sleep), reduces the number of night awakening increases the duration of sleep; brakes polysynaptic spinal reflex and lowers tone of skeletal muscles. With long-term using Lorazepam (Ativan) may cause addiction and drug dependence.
Lorazepam has an anxiolytic, sedative, soporific, central muscle relaxing, and anticonvulsive effect.
Lorazepam interacts with specific benzodiazepine receptors of benzodiazepine receptor complex, increases the sensitivity of receptors. As a result the opening frequency of the transmembrane channels for chlorine ions is increased, neuron postsynaptic membrane is hyperpolarized, neuronal activity is oppressed and interneuronic transmission in the central nervous system is hampered.
Ativan has a low toxicity and wide therapeutic action.
To be taken inside it absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract well, but slowly, its bioavailability is 90%.
Contraindications: hypersensitivity, including other benzodiazepines, myasthenia, angle-closure glaucoma, acute intoxication with drugs oppressing central nervous system functions, respiratory depression, liver failure, pregnancy (especially I trimester), breast-feeding, and age up to 18 years old.
Restrictions to applying: chronic respiratory distress, sleep apnea syndrome, open-angle glaucoma, drug and alcohol dependence, depression, psychosis, expressed violations of kidney function.
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