What is Lexotanil?


Lexotanil is one of the marketing brand names that contains the drug Bromazepam, which is an anti-anxiety drug. In specific, it is in a class of drugs called anxiolytics which are minor tranquilizers.

Other names for this drug include Lectopam, Lexilium and Lexotan. The producers of Lexotanil say that it helps relieve symptoms related to anxiety and panic attacks. It may help with anxiety before surgery, for example. It has the usual possible side effects including drowsiness, dry mouth, slurred speech and potential allergies. Lexotanil is also in a class of drugs called benzodiazepines. It is important to only take drugs like these for no longer than 2 to 4 weeks as necessary. Using the drug over a long period of time could be addictive or have other negative side effects. It is a prescription drug only and patients need to consult their doctors for instructions on using Lexotanil. This drug should not be given to children, pregnant women, or anyone who is planning on breastfeeding or is doing it currently. This is because the drug can pass into the mother's milk supply. Those who are lactose intolerant, drinking regularly, or who have health problems such as epilepsy, schizophrenia, high blood pressure or liver disease should also avoid using it.

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