Noctamid (Lormetazepam) 1mg

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Noctamid (Lormetazepam) INN, or methyl-lorazepam, is a drug which is a short to intermediate acting 3-hydroxy benzodiazepine derivative. It possesses hypnotic, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, sedative and skeletal muscle relaxant properties.

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Noctamid (Lormetazepam) 1mg You are more prone to fall when taking these pills, especially if you are elderly. This is due to some of Noctamid’s side effects, which include loss of coordination, muscle weakness, dizziness, sleepiness, and weariness.
Noctamid should be used for as little time as is feasible.
After a few weeks of use, you may notice that Noctamid becomes less effective (tolerance).
Taking Noctamid may cause you to become physically or psychologically dependent on the medicine. This is more possible at higher doses or if you have been taking Noctamid for a long time. It is also more likely if you have a history of substance misuse. If you have a history of alcohol or drug abuse, you should use Noctamid with great caution.
If you have been dependent on Noctamid and suddenly stop taking medication, you will experience withdrawal symptoms. These may include excessive anxiety, tension, and restlessness.
Confusion and irritation
Muscle aches and pains
In severe situations, you may lose touch with reality, feel strange in familiar circumstances, have hallucinations, have numbness and tingling in your arms and legs, become overly sensitive to light, noise, sound, and physical contact, and experience epileptic seizures.
It is conceivable that withdrawal symptoms will begin between doses with some of these medicines. This is quite improbable with Noctamid. However, if you used a similar drug before starting Noctamid, you may experience side effects.

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Noctamid should not be used by anyone under the age of 18 unless your doctor believes it is necessary. Individuals under 18 are given a dose based on age, weight, and overall health. It should be used as infrequently as feasible.
Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you believe Noctamid’s effect is too strong or weak.
Contact your doctor, pharmacist, or hospital straight away if you take more Noctamid than suggested.
Usually, taking too much Noctamid does not endanger one’s life.
However, if you have previously used other drugs or alcohol, you may have difficulty breathing. This has resulted in comas and, in sporadic cases, death.
You may feel exhausted or drained if you take too much Noctamid. You may also experience coordination and vision issues (ataxic symptoms).
Higher doses might result in profound drowsiness or coma, as well as respiratory problems and low blood pressure.
If your symptoms are modest, your doctor may let you sleep it off while someone else takes care of you. If you consume too much, you may be compelled to vomit or require extra treatment.
Flumazenil, a medication, may help counteract the effects of an overdose.
If you miss taking Noctamid, do not take a double dose to compensate. Wait for the proper moment to take the next step.

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