Lexotan is the Brand name. The generic name is Bromazepam. It is used for the following:
* Short-term treatment of insomnia
* Short-term treatment of anxiety or panic attacks, if a benzodiazepine is required
* Alleviation of the symptoms of alcohol- and opiate-withdrawal, under close clinical supervision
No, it is not available in the US. It is available in Canada and Mexico. The generic medication is Bromazepam, Lexotan is the brand name.
You may experience drowsiness, sedation, ataxia, memory impairment, and dizziness when taking Lexotan. You may also experience decreases in libido.
not to much
yes go ahead
All medicines are harmful for the body.
Bromazepam (proper name for Lexotan), is a "classical" benzodiazepine such as diazepam (Valium) and as with all medications, you should speak to your doctor to discuss any possible use.
In terms of effectiveness - everyone responds differently. I have tried both and currently switch between the two. Lexotan : - I get a better deeper sleep - Acts longer - I don't have a groggy next morning Xanax : - Need to take more of it - sometimes wake up depressed or in middle of night and find I need to take more of it - Mixed with alcohol...don't go there. It will mess you up. I don't condone abuse of benzos...but Xanax and alcohol can lead you down a very dark path. Take my advice don't drink and take xanax.
Yes they will. They are both in the class of drugs classified as BENZODIAZEPINES. You may also want to add the following "Benzo's" [this is the slang for a Benzodiazepine] to the list of this same group of drugs. These will all show up as a Benzodiazepine because they test for the "chemical group".....not the individual Benzo. Below is the Brand, followed by the generic name. I would be careful with these even IF NOT on probation: Lexotan, bromazepam: Librium, chlordiazepoxide: Klonopin, clonazepam: Tranxene, clorazepate: Valium, diazepam: Rohypnol, flunitrazepam: ProSom, estazolam: Dalmane, flurazepam: Paxipam, halazepam: Dormonoct, loprazolam: Ativan, lorazepam: Mogadon, nitrazepam: Serax, oxazepam: Doral, quazepam: Restoril, temazepam: Halcion, triazolam:
I just took one (3:13 am) will edit when I start getting dizzy and keep updating this post tell I fall asleep. --- 13:18 am - my head feels light. --- 3:26 am - a little dizzy --- 3:27 am - I think if I lay in bed I will fall asleep after a couple of minutes however I took it before for anxiety but I managed to keep myself awake because I was at the hospital for an appointment, I was dizzy/light headed the whole time. --- 3:29 am - I'm surfing the web with a little headache. --- 3:30 am - ok I'm bored, nighty night people =o).
Among many benzodiazepines, these will show up on tests:Drug Name: Common Brand NamesAlprazolam: Xanax, Xanor, Tafil, Alprox, Frontal (Brazil)BretazenilBromazepam: Lexotanil, Lexotan, Lexomil, Somalium, BromamChlordiazepoxide: Librium, Tropium, Risolid, KlopoxidCinolazepam: GerodormClonazepam: Klonopin, Rivotril, IktorivilCloxazolam: Olcadil (Brazil)Clorazepate: TranxeneDiazepam: Valium, Pax (South Africa), Apzepam, Stesolid, Vival, Apozepam, Hexalid, , Stedon, ValaxonaEstazolam: ProSomFlunitrazepam: Rohypnol, Fluscand, Flunipam, Ronal, Rohydorm (Brazil)Flurazepam: Dalmadorm, DalmaneFlutoprazepam: RestasHalazepam: PaxipamKetazolam: AnxonLoprazolam: DormonoctLorazepam: Ativan, Temesta, Tavor, LorabenzLormetazepam: Loramet, Noctamid, PronoctanMedazepam: NobriumMidazolam: Dormicum, Versed, Hypnovel, Dormonid (Brazil)Nimetazepam: EriminNitrazepam: Mogadon, Alodorm, Pacisyn, DumolidNordazepam: Madar, StilnyOxazepam: Seresta, Serax, Serenid, Serepax, Sobril, Oxascand, Alopam, Oxabenz, OxapaxPhenazepamPinazepam: DomarPrazepam: Lysanxia, CentraxPremazepamQuazepam: DoralTemazepam: Restoril, Normison, Euhypnos, TenoxTetrazepam: MylostanTriazolam: Halcion, Rilamir
anxiolytic (also antipanic or antianxiety agent)Drugs that are well known for treating anxiety come from the Benzodiazepine family of pharmaceuticals. There are tons of them, the list is huge and you will likely recognize at least a few of them if not more.Alprazolam - Xanax, Xanor, Kalma, Tafil, Alprox, Frontal(Brazil)Bromazepam - Lexotanil, Lexotan, Lexomil, Somalium, BromamChlordiazepoxide - Librium, Tropium, Risolid, KlopoxidCinolazepam - GerodormClobazam - FrisiumClonazepam - Klonopin, Klonapin, RivotrilCloxazolam - Olcadil (Brazil)Clorazepate - TranxeneDiazepam - Valium, Apzepam, Stesolid, Vival, Apozepam, Hexalid, Valaxona, Ducene, AntenexEstazolam - ProSom .Flunitrazepam - Rohypnol, Fluscand, Flunipam, Hypnodorm, Ronal, Rohydorm (Brazil)Flurazepam - Dalmadorm, DalmaneHalazepam - PaxipamKetazolam - AnxonLoprazolam - DormonoctLorazepam - Ativan, Temesta, LorabenzLormetazepam - Loramet, Noctamid, PronoctanMedazepam - NobriumMidazolam - Dormicum, Versed, Hypnovel, Dormonid (Brazil)Nitrazepam - Mogadon, Alodorm, Pacisyn, DumolidNordazepam - Madar, StilnyOxazepam - Seresta, Serax, Serenid, Serepax, Sobril, Oxascand, Alopam, Oxabenz, Oxapax, Murelax, AlepamPinazepam - DomarPrazepam - CentraxQuazepam - DoralTemazepam - Restoril, Normison, Euhypnos Nocturne, Temaze Tetrazepam - MylostanTriazolam - Halcion, Rilamir
Yes, though fatal overdoses on most Benzodiazepines are rare. In general though, the hypnotic(anti insomnia) benzodiazepines are much more toxic compared to the anxiolytic(anti anxiety) benzo's. Some of the more potent hypnotic benzo's have been fatal on their own in moderate doses. Long acting low potency anxiolytic benzo's such as Diazepam(Valium), Chlordiazepoxide(Librium), Prazepam(Reapam) and Clorazepate(Tranxene) are the least toxic. The moderate acting more potent anxiolytic benzos such as Bromazepam(Lexotan), Oxazepam(Seresta), Lorazepam(Temesta), Alprazolam(Xanax) and Clonazepam(Rivotril) are more toxic, but still not as toxic as any of the hypnotic benzo's. The long acting, low potency hypnotic benzo Flurazepam(Dalmadorm) is the least toxic of the hypnotic benzo's, and the moderately acting moderate to high potency hypnotic benzo's such as Nitrazepam(Mogadon), Temazepam(Normison), Flunitrazepam(Rohypnol) and Lormetazepam (Loramet/Noctamid) are pretty much the most toxic of all Benzo's, and are the most often the cause of fatal overdoses, even when taken on their own. Probably the most toxic of them all are the short acting Benzo's, such as Brotizolam(Lendormin), Triazolam(Halcion) and Midazolam(Dormicum).