Lexotanil is produced by Martin Dow, which contains bromazepam. It is being used for severe anxiety treatment. Lexotanil is a powerful psychotropic agent. In low dosage, it selectively reduces tension and anxiety. In high dosage, sedative and muscle-relaxing properties appear. It is also being used for the indication of EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCES, such as difficulties in interpersonal, agitation, anxious, insomnia, and agitated depressive reactions. FUNCTIONAL DISTURBANCE includes precordial anxiety, tachycardia, emotiogenic, hypertension, epigastric pain, spasm, bloating diarrhea, irritable bladder. PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS include psychogenic headache, asthma, duodenal and gastric ulcer, and ulcerative colitis. Most of the people used Lexotanil 3mg for sleep.
Pregnancy and Nursing mother
The safety of bromazepam for use in human pregnancy has not been established. A review of spontaneously reported adverse drug events showed no greater incidence than would be anticipated from a similar untreated population. Bromazepam should be avoided during pregnancy unless there is no safer alternative.
As benzodiapepines pass into breast milk, nursing mothers should not take Lexotanil.
Bromazepam is well tolerated in therapeutic doses. Some undesirable effects may occur like, fatigue, muscle weakness, drowsiness, confusion, headache, ataxia, dizziness, gastrointestinal disturbance, agitation, aggressiveness, etc.
Bromazepam is contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity to benzodiazepines, severe respiratory insufficiency, and severe hepatic insufficiency.
Do not recommend bromazepam as severe anxiety treatment to others without prescription.
Lexotanil 3mg Tablet
Lexotanil 3mg Tablet Bromazepam
Compositions Each tablet contains Bromazepam 3mg
Symptoms Emotional disturbance, tension and anxiety, headache, sleepless, stress, nervousness, depression
Dose 12-18 years According to doctor’s prescription
Dose above 18 years ½ tablet every 12 hours
Company Martin Dow
Per tablet price Rs7.6