I’m often asked, how does diazepam make you feel?
Well, I first started taking Diazepam in South East Asia, where they are widely available on the black market. The danger with that though is that you’re never 100% sure that the dose you’re taking is accurate, and whether or not there are any other chemicals in the tablets (fake meds).
Diazepam, first marketed as Valium, is a medicine of the benzodiazepine family that typically produces a calming effect.
Diazepam is commonly used to treat a range of conditions including anxiety, alcohol withdrawal syndrome, benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome (ironic!), muscle spasms, seizures, trouble sleeping, and restless legs syndrome.
This drug may also be used to cause memory loss during certain medical procedures. It can be taken by mouth, inserted into the rectum (ouch), injected into muscle, or injected into a vein. When given into a vein, effects begin in one to five minutes and last up to an hour. By mouth, effects may take upto 40 minutes to begin.
Common side effects of Diazepam:
Common side effects of Diazepam include sleepiness and trouble with coordination. Side effects can also include suicide, decreased breathing, and an increased risk of seizures if used too frequently. Occasionally excitement or agitation may occur. Long term use can result in tolerance, dependence, and withdrawal symptoms on dose reduction. Abrupt stopping after long-term use can be potentially dangerous. After stopping, cognitive problems may persist for six months or longer. It is not recommended during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
So, to answer the question, how does diazepam make you feel:
They helped me to zone out from the inner anguish I was experiencing at the time. The drug normally take around 15 minutes to take effect. You start to feel more relaxed and less nervous, and maybe a little bit sleepy (it depends on whether you have a dependance on the drug).
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The first time you ever take diazepam will be, like most drugs, the most effective. It doesn’t take long to build up a tolerance to diazepam.
You have to be really careful when taking this drug. One time I was in Bangkok, and had to catch a flight to Yangon, Myanmar. I got to Bangkok airport to find that I had missed my flight by hours, so I went back into Bangkok city and caught a flight the next day. Once I got to Yangon, I had no recollection of missing my flight or getting to Yangon!
I was on Valium for about a year or so, towards the end I started to feel that they were poisoning me, and the black outs were scary as.
I found it’s best to taper off diazepam gradually.
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