Benzodiazepines like bromazepam are prescribed by doctors to patients with the brand names Brazepam, Bromaze, Brozam, Lexotan in South Africa.

Benzodiazepines like bromazepam are used for treating:

  • Anxiety & panic disorders
  • Seizures
  • Severe Sleep Disorders
Common names for Benzodiazepines include:

  • Benzies
  • Foofoo
  • Qual
  • Stupefy

Prescription drugs like Brazepam, Bromaze, Brozam and Lexotan affect the nervous system producing sedation & muscle relaxation and diminished anxiety problems in patients. Regardless of medicinal employments of bromazepam it can lead to physical and psychological dependence difficulties.

There are over two thousand distinct variations of these compounds are identified under benzodiazepines & differ in how fast they work.

Reasons why bromazepam is prescribed.

Alcohol withdrawal, borderline personality disorder, chronic myofascial pain, depression, icu agitation, light anesthesia, muscle spasm, chemotherapy induced, panic disorder, seizures, tinnitus.

Important information about Brazepam, Bromaze, Brozam, Lexotan (bromazepam)

Prescribed patients shouldn’t take bromazepam if they have any of the following narrow-angle glaucoma, itraconazole or ketoconazole, or if they are in any way allergic to bromazepam or similar medicines (Brazepam, Bromaze, Brozam, Lexotan and others).

Bromazepam Addiction Treatment: Things You Should Know

Brazepam, Bromaze, Brozam, Lexotan is prescription ONLY medication

  • Patients should not use bromazepam while being pregnant or breastfeeding
  • This drug can increase the effects of the alcohol.
  • Make sure that the bromazepam meds in a safe & secure place where children cannot get hold of them to it
  • It is very risky to purchase bromazepam online
  • It can be dangerous to administer Brazepam, Bromaze, Brozam, Lexotan if you have kidney or liver problems (particularly alcohol related liver problems)

Inform your medical doctor if you experience:

  • Epileptic seizures
  • Kidney & – or liver problems (specifically alcoholic liver disease)
  • Asthmatic or other breathing disorder
  • A history of suicidal thoughts or depression or depressive behavior
  • A history of drug or alcohol abuse
  • If you also use a opioid medication.

While bromazepam may cause several side-effects although not everyone experiences them. Read more about prescription drug addiction here. If you require assistance with a over the counter medication addiction Relapse Prevention has a list of Southern Africa’s luxury drug and / or alcohol rehabs.