Patient Portal
Appointments 480.325.5885

A Woman's Place

Products: Generic Valium
Available Doses: 10mg
Min. Price: from $3.49 Per Pill
Bestseller Price: 60 pills x 10mg - $301.63
Payment Metdods Visa MasterCard JCB Diners Club
Shipping: Worldwide Shipping
Prescription: Not Required
How to Order?





Valium (diazepam) is a sedative for treating anxiety disorders, alcohol withdrawal symptoms, and seizures. It belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepines, which affect the brain's gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), thereby reducing nervous system activity.

Medical Uses:

  • Borderline conditions;
  • Neurotic and anxiety disorders, phobias;
  • Sleep problems;
  • Somatoform and dissociative disorders;
  • Relief of withdrawal syndrome and delirium in alcoholism;
  • Psychomotor agitation;
  • Convulsive fits of any genesis;
  • Relief of epileptic status;
  • Relief of anxiety in somatic diseases: myocardial infarction, angina attacks, hypertension, bronchial asthma, peptic ulcer, etc.
  • Relieving muscle spasms in neurological pathologies.

Diazepam is often used in anesthesiology for premedication, preparation for surgery, and instrumental studies.

Valium use: indications and contraindications

When administered orally, it is effective in 30-40 minutes. During intramuscular injections, the substance's ingestion rate is higher than after the use of tablets. An almost instantaneous effect is achieved with intravenous injection relieves acute conditions. When using suppositories, the drug is absorbed into the mucosa of the rectum and enters the bloodstream without entering the liver. Therefore, the effect of this method is higher than after taking the tablet form.

Valium is often prescribed to treat anxiety disorders, panic attacks, insomnia, cramps, and muscle spasms. It can also be used to relieve symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. However, diazepam should not be used for long periods because of the possibility of addiction and the risk of overdose.

Side effects and cautions

Some side effects are possible when taking Valium, such as drowsiness, dizziness, fatigue, dry mouth, and weakness. More serious side effects may occur in rare cases, such as difficulty breathing, coordination problems, and aggressive behavior. If you experience any serious side effects, see your doctor immediately.

Interaction with other medicines

Valium may interact with other medicines, changing their effectiveness or increasing their side effects. It is important to tell your doctor about all medications you are taking, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs, supplements, and herbs.

Medication Dependence

Tranquilizer abuse can lead to the development of addiction. The following signs indicate abuse:

  • Taking the drug (dose, duration, time) is out of the doctor's control and is determined by the patient;
  • The person receives the drug without a prescription, illegally;
  • The dosage increases due to an increase in tolerance;
  • deterioration of performance, social and domestic activity;
  • used not for treatment but for entertainment, new sensations, etc.

When discontinuing Valium, following a gradual dose reduction under a physician's supervision is important to avoid withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, irritability, insomnia, and seizures. The risk of diazepam dependence increases as the dose and duration of administration increase and in patients with alcoholism, drug addiction, personality disorders, severe depression, severe anxiety, hypersensitivity, and phobias.

Alternative methods of treatment

If Valium is unsuitable for you because of contraindications or side effects, there are alternative treatments for anxiety disorders and other symptoms. Talk to your doctor to discuss other treatment options, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques, or other medications.


Valium is an effective medication for treating anxiety disorders, seizures, and other conditions. However, before starting treatment, it is important to carefully consider all possible side effects, interactions with other medications, and contraindications. Always follow your doctor's recommendations and be aware of your health.

Powered by Encounter CSS ™ | Terms of Use