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Nitrazepam is a pharmaceutical medication that is commonly used and abused for its potent sedative properties. As with most drugs, prescribed, legal or illegal – misuse can lead to a devastating Nitrazepam addiction.
Addiction can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, education or social standing. When an abuse problem turns into an addiction, the power of choice is lost. A compulsion that is beyond our own mental control, takes over every aspect of our life.
If you or a family member have an abuse problem with Nitrazepam, you may need assistance to prevent the possible negative consequences it may have on your or their health.
What Is Nitrazepam?
Nitrazepam is a long-acting hypnotic medication with a strong sedative; it is a type of benzodiazepine. It also produces calming and muscle-relaxing effects and is commonly sold and dispensed under the brand names Alodorm, Mogadon and Somnite (amongst others). This medication is only legally available on prescription, but this does not stop the drug from being sold without prescription over the internet or through dealers on the streets.
Nitrazepam is available in an oral suspension and also compressed tablet form. Its appearance can vary depending on whether it is obtained legally through prescription or via another source.
The general prescription dosage will depend on the patient, what it is being prescribed for, their age, health, and any possible interactions that could increase its potency. For example, if the patient is already taking another sedative medication or an opiate-based painkiller extra caution should be exercised.
Nitrazepam comes in 2.5mg, 5mg and 10mg doses and its effects can last anything from 15 to 38 hours. For this reason, it only usually prescribed where sleepiness the next day does not present a problem and only on a short-term basis.
Nitrazepam dependency can develop very quickly, as it can with all benzodiazepines, the body quickly adjusts to a dosage. It is therefore recommended that you don’t take it for longer than 7 to 10 days maximum.
If you are taking Nitrazepam and experience any of the following side effects, please consult your GP immediately:
- suicidal ideation
- weak or limp muscles
- yellowing or the eyes or skin
It is important to never mix Nitrazepam with alcohol or other drugs, especially other sedatives or opiates. This can result in a life-threatening reaction and blackouts. It is strongly recommended that you do not stop taking this medication suddenly and that you consult a medical professional first if you wish to stop or reduce.
Why Do Doctors Prescribe It?
Nitrazepam is mainly prescribed to treat short-term severe sleep disorders, and only for a maximum of 7 to 10 days. As a benzodiazepine, tolerance and dependence can develop very rapidly. If it is taken any longer than this period of time, a weaning off process is likely to be required.
Occasionally, this medication is prescribed for the short-term relief of disabling anxiety, but due to its sedative potency, it is not usually the first choice of medication.
As one of the strongest benzodiazepines available, doctors are usually very careful about prescribing it for anxiety, unless the patient is in a hospital environment where they are less likely to accidentally hurt themselves whilst under its influence.
Special precautions should be taken when prescribing this medication for elderly patients or those that need to drive or operate machinery the next day. 5mg is enough to affect the individual’s function and cognitive ability for the following 15 to 38 hours after administration. In elderly patients, the drug can stay in their system for up to 60 hours.
The reality is, that although this medication should only be used on a very short-term basis and only in exceptional cases of severe and disabling insomnia and anxiety, there are many that are on a long-term prescription or who are purchasing it from the internet or a street dealer.
Types of Nitrazepam
Depending on which country or manufacturers the drug has come from will affect the appearance of the packaging and the stamp on the tablet. In the UK, the most common brands that are prescribed, are easy to identify.
If you are getting Nitrazepam on prescription from your local GP, you are guaranteed to be dispensed the real thing from your pharmacy. Purchasing from street dealers or from the internet, there is no guarantee of the quality of the product or if it is actually Nitrazepam. Sourcing controlled medications from any source other than your doctor is highly risky and illegal.