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Does etizolam help anxiety:

Yes! In fact it’s main use is just that. Like other benzodiazepines, etizolam targets your neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) slowing the nerves and giving an anti-anxiety and calming effect. But unlike another benzo, etizolam targets a more specific region of your brain that triggers anxiety.

What’s the difference between etizolam and xanax?

What’s a benzo?

“Benzodiazepines (BZD, BZs), sometimes called “benzos”, are a class of psychoactive drugs whose core chemical structure is the fusion of a benzene ring and a diazepine ring. The first such drug, chlordiazepoxide (Librium), was discovered accidentally by Leo Sternbach in 1955, and made available in 1960 by Hoffmann–La Roche, which, since 1963, has also marketed the benzodiazepine diazepam (Valium).[1] In 1977 benzodiazepines were globally the most prescribed medications.[2] They are in the family of drugs commonly known as minor tranquilizers.[3]”

If I have trouble sleeping will etizolam help me get the sleep I need:

with etizolam been a  benzodiazepine, it calms your brain activity and produces a slight groggy feeling. Using it as a regular sleep aid is not suggested there are many other non-tolerance building things like melonton or tryptophan 

Why etizolam over other prescription antianxiety medication:

etizolam is the right choice for you if your anxiety-related problems are getting on the way of your everyday life.  other benzodiazepines aren’t going to target exactly what you need it seems to be more selective, binding to specific receptor sites in the brain and causing a more anxiolytic or anti-anxiety


Are there harmful side effects to taking etilozam for long periods of time:

If used improperly all benzodiazepine drugs can become habitual to your body.When benzodiazepines are used over a short period of time as directed by a doctor, they are relatively safe. People who abuse these medications and take huge doses for long periods can experience a variety of physical health issues, including the risk of overdose. Mental health symptoms caused by benzo abuse can include mood swings, hallucinations, and depression. Some common questions about etizolam are mentioned below. 

  • Is there a safe way to take without harming or growing addicted?
  • Can etizolam get you high?
  • Why do I feel groggy after taking a dose?
  • Why is it right for me?
  • What do people usually use etizolam for?
  • Can etizolam harm my baby if I’m pregnant?
  • Breastfeeding and taking etizolam?
  • Does it effect my sex drive?
  • Can you withdraw from etizolam?
  • Can you combine etizolam with prescription drugs?
  • What are the benefits of etizolam?
  • Is it detectable on a drug test?

1 Comment

  1. Nathan


    It appears etizolam works simaler to classic benzodiazepines but as mentioned above Etizolam targets a more specific area. Some studies seem to indicate that etizolam, or thenonitrozolodiazepine, affects serotonin release as well as effectively binding to the GABA receptors. This unique function of etizolams action on serotonin, in theory, would likely lead a patient to not only fast and effective relief from crippling anxiety attacks but the serotonin release would be very effective for treating “social anixety” as well as relieving symptoms of severe depression, as serotonin is a receptor that is responsible for motivation, happiness and euphoria. So in theory, at a lower or mid level dose, a paient would actually feel energy and want to go do things, socialize, finish tasks etc. This would make it a very useful medication for people with social anixety as well as depression who want to function. Regular benzodiazepines do not have this special “dual treatment” ability. Benzodiazepines actually can kill feelings and rob a person of their motivation, the patient may not be anxious anymore but what good is that if the patient is depressed. Etizolam appears to be very special in its action compared against classic benzodiazepines and it’s our opinion Etizolam would be a better treatment choice for short term depression/anxiety or moderated long term treatment and a better choice overall than benzodiazepines. Currently, in our country, we unfourtunly CAN NOT DO human or animal testing. But research from countries where etizolam is a prescription medication and an understanding of brain chemistry have caused us to come to this theriotical conclusion.

    West Ventures

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