Dizziness effect of Diazepam

We have 180 consumer reports for Diazepam. Dizziness effect occurred in 4%.

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Diazepam Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 180 reported about Dizziness

  1. Beth P. Lynch says:
    1.5 rating

    Diazepam for Unrest; Depression; Sleep disorders


    Side effects: Dizziness; Dependence
  2. Carmen J. Alvarez says:
    4.0 rating

    Diazepam for Anxiety disorders; Sleep disorders

    After decades of mishandling the anxiety and panic disorder that led to long-term disability, I had Diazepam 5mg prescribed for emergencies on my own request. At first I had to dose quite high. Two to three times a week, I took between 5-12.5 mg to calm down. Already half a year later, I was able to sell the additionally prescribed, strongly sedating AD Trimipramine (Stangyl) and shortly thereafter got a half mini job. One year ago, I only needed 2.5-5mg, twice a week, but took an additional 5mg of melatonin every night. For two months I have a second half mini job and currently take 1.25mg or 2.5mg twice a week. The anxiety disorder is almost completely gone by the recognition in the job (and, of course, tariff payment!). Only the lifelong sleep disturbance still bothers me. Therefore I have to take 1.25-2.5mg Diazeam on the nights before the two working days to be well rested, concentrated and efficient to work. Take half an hour before the planned bedtime. If 1.25mg does not work, do not refill three hours later! Side effects: If taken too late, it may cause dizziness and severe sedation the next day. Do not drive for about 10 hours after taking it. Never take it daily or increase the dose. The risk of getting used to is unfortunately high for poorly informed patients. Conclusion: A very good, excellent researched, low-priced drug without serious side effects, which brings the pharmaceutical industry, unfortunately, no more profits.

    Side effects: Dizziness
  3. Juan E. Leavitt says:
    4.0 rating

    Hello. I took diazepam 200 mg (psychotic schizophrenia) from 2006 – 2009. I’ve never had much left for such medicines, but was virtually forced to increase this one. the time had been really very bad for me. i was constantly dizzy, slept more than usual, i was awake for maybe 24 hours out of 24 hours and spent the rest of the time in bed. I could not go out because I just did not have the strength. I could not articulate correctly and had no desire for nothing. I literally became a nursing case for my wife and the relationship lost so much in everything. When I finally understood after a long time what happened to me, I told my doctor that I no longer want to take the drug and that I no longer have the joy of life. and zack, I should take something else against depression. I told my doctor again and again that I’m not feeling well with diazepam, but no reaction on his part! I was just a madman for him. at least he gave me the feeling. He did not take me seriously and did not respond to me. I had to change the doctor 3 times to get to one of me also to hear! I slowed down the medicine under medical supervision and after a month felt clearly how I felt better! but what hats helped ?? no idea. I weighed 90 kg before diazepam. after that it was 125 kg. many of my memories are as deleted and until today 2011 not back gekert. if you ask me: hey, do you still remember how we do this and that? no, sorry can not remember. sometimes i really do not know how old i am right now. I got stuck on age 25 when I spontaneously answer the question. But that was me 6 years ago 🙂 you agree with me an appointment. If I have not forgotten him in 5 minutes, I’m sure that I will not know it in 15 minutes at the latest. very often spoke mistakes or say things that I did not want to say! sleep disorders that are so bad that I’m really mistaken! I can work all day (6am – 5pm) and drive + 2 hours and just can not sleep. Although I am tired dogs, but only lying in bed for hours. that is very bad, I tell you! diazepam has destroyed a lot in my life. After diazepam, I lost 20 kg within 7 months and am better again in life (without diazepam).

  4. Jared K. Allen says:
    4.0 rating

    Diazepam for Pain (acute); Epilepsy

    I have received Tegretal since 2005 because of a seizure disorder (epilepsy, type Grand mal). The drug was slowly metered into my clinic. After 6 years of taking it I was able to observe more and more side effects on me, ranging from dizziness to dizziness and gait disturbances. Diazepam was dosed to me 16 years ago after I was in sudden anxiety, unable to leave my apartment. Since Diazepam like all drugs from the Benzodiazepingruppe a very high mental and physical dependence potential, I decided in 2007 to detoxify in the clinic with another drug (Atosil / drug: prometazine) and a psychotherapy to get this suffering under control. Unfortunately, my intention has not borne fruit, so that I have at least a little quality of life to keep (my everyday life can accomplish alone), have resorted to diazepam again. So far, all other attempts to treat my anxiety disorder have failed. There were u.a. SSRIs and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors were used but did not produce the desired effect. I receive Tilidine Comp because of 3 inoperable herniated discs in the LWS area. However, I take this drug only if the pain becomes unbearable and Novaminsulfon does not show sufficient relief. A longer lasting use of Tilidine Comp I avoid because of the existing dependency potential. I strive as far as possible to limit the revenue to just a few days.

  5. Chad P. Cheesman says:
    4.0 rating

    Diazepam for Psychosis; Sleep disorders

    I take Abilify since it came to Germany in the market since 2004. I have all neuroleptics through and suffered by strong overweight of Leponex and Zyprexa a heart attack at 24 years. Suffer from muscle atrophy from neuroleptics. This means my heart muscle value ck mb and ck are increased by 30- 50 times when I take another neuroleptics. I had to spend 1 year every day in the psychiatric blood checks to find out which neuroleptics makes any of these muscle increases. The only one was Abilify. The rest could have devastating consequences. I need someone with a lot of experience because I’m at a loss. With Abilify I had strong restlessness, fears, sleep disturbances. Yes, even the sexual behavior became stronger, which actually makes me happy because all other neuroleptics made me impotent. Insofar I am glad that I may have sex again. Nevertheless, Abilify is not the solution. I could not stand the side effect, so I took benzos, that is diazepam. The fears disappeared, the restlessness and I could sleep. Meanwhile, I take 20 mg diazepam a day and it does not work properly anymore. I know that it makes you addicted, but I have not endured the conditions of Abilify. By taking Diazepam for years I feel like I’m in the head. Totally shielded and slowly I feel like dumb. I can not think correctly anymore, but that also happened with abilify. I can not take any other medication due to my heart attack and my muscle increases. It’s like a vicious circle, I can not get out of it. I am now psychosis free for 5 years and do not want to go back to the clinic just to test what suits me. I am already experienced. I would prefer to withdraw the diazepam and completely depose neuroleptics, and then just live again. There is still a difficult road ahead of me. I can tell anyone to take Benzos only on time that means as long as necessary, which does not make it dependent. And if you do not agree abilify others try to stay stable.

  6. Kim A. Oubre says:
    2.5 rating

    Diazepam for Post-traumatic stress disorder; Sleep disorders

    *** General *** Diazepam is a benzodiazepine. It is used for epileptic seizures, sleeping pills and anxiety. In addition, some physicians prescribe it against symptoms of PTSD (such as over-excitability). That is controversial. Be careful, if you take birth control pills: Diazepam may limit the effect of the pill. So in this case additionally use a condom !!! Diazepam should only be taken as short as possible because it can make you dependent. *** My personal experiences *** Unfortunately, I can not report much good. This medicine did not work very well for me. I got a headache and felt dizzy and depressed. Ravenous hunger attacks were added. I changed the doctor after this experience, and my new doctor told me that he considers diazepam inappropriate in post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Side effects: Depressions; Dizziness; Headache
  7. Kimberly T. Cavallaro says:
    3.0 rating

    Diazepam for Depression

    For the amineurin I had extreme dizziness for 4-5 weeks, had the feeling to stand next to me.

    Side effects: Dizziness
  8. Barbara R. Gonzales says:
    3.5 rating

    Tramadol: drowsiness, dizziness. At night, after 4 hours suddenly wake up and can not fall asleep. The next day hang over Tilidin: chills, very strong drowsiness, panic attacks, dried out mouth, blood pressure increase, ambulance. Mydocalm: mild headache Diazepam: tiredness, shallow breathing, drowsiness