Lexatin is just one of the trade names for bromazepam, an anxiolytic with relaxing effects that is prescribed to treat anxiety disorder. It can work as a hypnotic or sedative if given in large doses, although this should only be done under a doctor’s supervision. Among the most common presentations, you can find routes of administration such as oral or parenteral (intravenous or intramuscular). It is part of the benzodiazepine family, a series of medications intended for the treatment of disorders such as insomnia, with the necessary properties to calm the symptoms that appear with these diseases.

Most of the treatments with this chemical are long-lasting, so it can generate a physical and psychological dependency in the patient, an event that can have serious consequences, since many other grams can be accidentally ingested or they can be present delusional ideas regarding the approach to suspend treatment. This suggests, for the doctor, the beginning of a process in which the affected person must be convinced to stop taking the medication or reduce the daily doses until they are completely eliminated.

The effects of Lexatin can be enhanced by the presence of alcohol, since both have the power to put the individual under sedative effects, which could make them unable to breathe while sleeping. Self-medication is not recommended, due to the dependency suggested above. The abrupt interruption of the treatment makes the withdrawal syndrome have a high possibility of appearing.