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Ativan (Lorazepam) is a drug from the benzodiazepine class that is used in psychiatry, addiction medicine, and other areas of medicine. Anxiolytic allows you to quickly relieve anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and other pathological conditions. Despite this, Lorazepam can cause persistent addiction, which should be diagnosed promptly in order to start therapy.


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What is Ativan?

This drug has anxiolytic, sedative, hypnotic, muscle relaxant, and anticonvulsant properties. Thanks to this, the drug is used for the treatment of insomnia, anxiety disorders, agitation, epilepsy, muscle spasms, as well as withdrawal from drug addiction and alcoholism.

The drug was created in 1971 to develop a more potent benzodiazepine. After its introduction into therapeutic practice, the demand for barbiturates decreased. Initially, this drug showed good effectiveness and less toxicity to internal systems. However, in the 1980s, an outbreak of drug addiction was recorded, which became a serious problem for the population.

Ativan is a benzodiazepine with an intermediate duration of action. Its peculiarity lies in the possibility of intravenous administration to relieve panic attacks.

Mechanism of action on the body

The drug interacts with benzodiazepine receptors, inhibiting some processes occurring in the central nervous system. This is due to the influence on the amygdala complex of the limbic system, reticulation functions of the brain stem, the nuclei of the thalamus and hypothalamus, the hippocampus and the spinal cord. Thanks to this, the intensity of emotional reactions decreases, and autonomic functions return to normal.

Pharmacological properties of Ativan: effect on the nervous system Ativan has a sedative effect on the nervous system, which means:

  • myorelaxation, that is, muscle relaxation;

  • decreased concentration, increased risk of injury;

  • deterioration of cognitive abilities, worsening dementia.

 

When used medically, Ativan demonstrates a minimum of side effects, and even if they occur, the medicine is changed completely or the dosage is reduced. However, when abused, there is a detrimental effect on the central nervous system, affecting many important functions.

 

Indications for the use of Ativan

According to the instructions, this drug is prescribed for the following pathological processes:.

  • anxiety and panic conditions;

  • depressive disorders;

  • neurosis;

  • panic attacks;

  • alcohol and drug withdrawal;

  • delirium, occurring with tremors, convulsions and agitation;

  • epileptic seizures;

  • spasm in degenerative disorders;

  • premedication before painful medical procedures accompanied by a feeling of fear. In addition, the drug is used as a combination therapy for certain somatic pathologies along with other medicinal substances.

 

Contraindications

This drug with muscle relaxant properties can cause respiratory depression and therefore should not be used for myasthenia gravis, sleep apnea, obstructive bronchitis and COPD. Other contraindications include:

  • a history of opioid and barbiturate dependence;

  • pregnancy and lactation;

  • behavioral disorders and cognitive deficits in children;

  • hypersensitivity;

  • myasthenia gravis;

  • glaucoma;

  • acute intoxication with substances that depress the central nervous system;

  • renal and liver failure;

  • pregnancy;

  • childhood.

The medicine should be used with caution in older people as it may cause serious mental impairment and other side effects./p>

 

Side effects

Most unwanted effects are related to the sedative properties of benzodiazepines. These include:

  • drowsiness, loss of coordination;

  • decreased memory and concentration;

  • injuries and falls (especially common in older people);

  • high risk of accidents due to impaired attention and reaction speed;

  • insomnia, tremor;

  • skin manifestations;

  • hypothermia, short-term confusion;

  • increased risk of developing depression, likelihood of suicidal behavior;

  • sexual dysfunctions (decreased erection, decreased libido);

  • depression of cardiac activity and respiratory functions;

  • rarely - toxic liver damage;

  • nightmares.

The likelihood and intensity of adverse reactions largely depend on the individual’s health status, as well as the dose and frequency of benzodiazepine use.

 

Risk of developing dependence on Ativan

Ativan, like other benzodiazepines, causes persistent addiction if the recommendations for use are not followed and the dosage is increased. Therefore, the duration of the therapeutic course, as a rule, does not exceed one month. While the patient is undergoing treatment, his relatives should be vigilant about his condition in order to prevent the development of addiction.

One of the main reasons pushing for the development of addiction is the patient’s main diagnosis. Persons suffering from mental and physical illnesses accompanied by chronic pain, seizures and emotional disturbances are several times more likely to experience alcoholism and drug addiction.

 

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