About Calmpose 10mg Injection
CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML belongs to a group of medications called Benzodiazepine (BZD) primarily used for the treatment of short-term relief of severe anxiety disorder, muscle spasms and fits (seizures). Besides this, it also reduces alcohol withdrawal symptoms (like sweating or difficulty sleeping etc.). Before undergoing any surgical procedure, CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML is sometimes given as ‘pre-med’ to prevent anxiety, fear and worry.
An anxiety disorder is a mental condition characterized by feelings of excessive fear or worry that affects an individual’s daily activities. High levels of anxiety can cause panic attacks, with intense feelings of nervousness, fear, and sudden onset of sweating, hyperventilation, fast heartbeat, and flushing of the skin.
CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML works by increasing levels of brain cells (neurons) calming chemical, known as gamma-amino-butyric-acid (GABA), in your brain that helps to relieve anxiety, stop seizures attacks (fits), and relaxation of the tense muscles. Besides this, CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML relieve temporary insomnia (sleeplessness) due to anxiety disorder. Off-label uses for CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML include alcohol withdrawal syndrome, insomnia, panic disorder, chemotherapy-associated nausea and vomiting. CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML is not recommended for mild to moderate anxiety and tension related to day-to-day life.
You can take CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML with a meal or after a meal. It should be swallowed whole with a glass of water. Do not chew, bite, or break it. In some cases, you may experience daytime drowsiness, disturbed sleep, feeling light-headed, unsteady, or dizziness. Most of these side effects of CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML do not require medical attention and gradually resolve over time. However, if the side effects are persistent, reach out to your doctor.
Try not to stop taking CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML of your own as it may cause withdrawal symptoms. Do not take CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML if you have any lung disease, muscle weakness (myasthenia gravis), sleeping disorder or difficulty in sleeping (sleep apnoea), severe liver disease, or problem with alcohol or other prescription recreational drugs. CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML is a habit-forming drug and, hence there is a risk of dependence on CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML. So, before stopping CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML, contact a doctor as it may cause withdrawal symptoms like anxiety, increased heart rate, tremor, or general unwell feeling.
Uses of Calmpose 10mg Injection
Anxiety disorder, Short-term anxiety, Pre-operative anxiety, Alcohol withdrawal
CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML helps in the management of anxiety disorder, and relief of symptoms of anxiety, acute alcohol withdrawal, and skeletal muscle spasm. When you take CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML, you will have more chemical messenger (GABA neurotransmitter) in your body. It decreases the feeling of nervousness, stress, and anxiety that leads to a state of calm and relaxation. CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML benefits people who struggle with anxiety and worries in daily life. Regular intake of the prescribed dose of CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML improves social-life as well as your ability and performance at work and general wellbeing.
Directions for Use
Side Effects of Calmpose 10mg Injection
Like all medicines, CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. You may observe common side effects like feeling sleepy (sedation), feeling exhausted all the time, muscle weakness (myasthenia gravis), and balance disorder (loss of balance). In rare cases, if you have slow breathing, jaundice, difficulty in remembering things (amnesia), imagining things not there (delusion), mood swings (mood changes like overexcited, restlessness, aggressiveness), immediately contact the doctor.
In-Depth Precautions and Warning
Taking CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML with opioid pain killer medicines can cause severe drowsiness, breathing problems, coma, and even death. CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML should be taken with extreme caution in patients who have a history of alcoholism or drug abuse. Do not take CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML if you have had severe breathing problems, allergic to CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML or other related benzodiazepine class, muscle weakness (myasthenia gravis), severe liver problem, breathing problem while sleep (apnoea), breastfeeding, pregnant or planning for pregnancy, and glaucoma (high blood pressure in eyes). CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML may affect your ability to drive a motor vehicle or operate heavy machinery if taken with alcohol. If you feel excess suicidal thoughts, difficulty in concentration, sleep disturbances (apnoea), dizziness, or, sleepiness let your doctor know about this. A pregnant or nursing mother should consult a doctor before intake as it is a Category D pregnancy medicine. CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML can be used in patients with open-angle glaucoma but is contraindicated in acute narrow-angle glaucoma. CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML should not be given for the treatment of psychotic patients. Abrupt withdrawal of CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML may cause a temporary increase in the frequency and severity of seizures (fit). So, before stopping taking CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML discuss with the doctor.
Drug-Drug Interaction: CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML may have interaction with antianxiety or antiepileptic medicines (carbamazepine, fluvoxamine, phenobarbital, phenytoin, primidone), anti-HIV drugs (amprenavir, ritonavir), acidity medicine ( cimetidine), pills to treat chronic alcoholism (disulfiram), antibiotics (rifampicin), anti-Parkinson’s drug (levodopa), and asthma drugs (theophylline). Besides this, central nervous system depressant drugs and opioid analgesics or pain killers should be avoided with CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML as it may cause life-threatening conditions.
Drug-Food Interaction: Grapefruit, grapefruit juice and caffeine-containing food or drinks should be avoided as they can affect the working of CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML.
Drug-Disease Interaction: CALMPOSE INJECTION 2ML should not be given to the patients with obesity, acute alcohol intoxication, closed-angle glaucoma, drug addict, kidney/liver disease, respiratory depression, prolonged low blood pressure, muscle disease (myasthenia gravis), and severe seizures (fit).