Etizolam acts as a hypnotic, sedative, anxiolytic, and antidepressant substance, which produces some euphoric and sedative effect on the user. So, it is advisable to use this drug exactly as recommended by your doctor. Doses of etizolam may vary for different physical conditions; it totally depends on your physical requirements and disorder for which the drug is being administered. Consult with any physician before taking this drug; they will suggest the exact dosage after observing your diagnosis, health history, and current health status. Remember, the use of etizolam as a medicine is prohibited in many countries and thus you should check the legal status of this drug before you start using it as a medicine and consult with a physician before you buy etizolam.
This drug is mainly administered for the treatment of physical and mental disorders such as chronic anxiety, short-term insomnia, panic attacks, depression, and also for a mild form of bipolar disorder (cyclothymia).
The countries where doctors legally prescribe this drug, there commonly prescribed doses are as follows:
- 0.5 mg dose 2 times a day for panic disorder
- 0.25 mg – 0.5 mg doses 2 – 3 times per day for generalized anxiety
- 1 mg – 2 mg doses once a day (before going to sleep) for the treatment of short-term insomnia.
- 0.25 mg doses twice a day for depression and mild bipolar disorder
- 0.25 mg – 0.5 mg doses twice a day for seizures and other musculoskeletal problems.
Please note that you need to limit the consumption of this drug to 4 mg per day to avoid unwanted side effects. Since etizolam is prone to build up a tolerance, most of the physicians are a little bit cautious with this drug, often recommend smallest possible dose for the patient’s condition. The higher doses of this drug can lead to physical dependence, addiction, and several withdrawal symptoms.
However, sometimes physicians also recommend a higher dosage of this drug for a particular disease, but for a short-term (not more than 12 weeks) purpose only. Buy etizolam after consulting your doctor.