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What is Etizolam?
Etizolam is a tranquilizer drug and benzodiazepine analog and thieno diazepine derivative from the thiotriazoline benzodiazepine class that has been gaining popularity for its powerful therapeutic and recreational effects. It has been available as a prescription drug in countries such as India and Japan. The following will discuss the different sorts of experiences that can be caused by different doses of Etizolam, whether for anxiety, insomnia, panic attacks, or recreation.
Etizolam Experience & Benefits
Taking Etizolam can be a very pleasant experience for most people. The subjective experience of Etizolam can vary widely depending on the dose and the purpose it is being taken for. For example, an Etizolam dose meant for calming the symptoms of panic attacks will cause the user to have a much different experience than someone taking a recreational dose. Here is an outline of what to expect to experience when taking Etizolam for medication or recreation
The Etizolam dose for anxiety is three milligrams a day three times a day. This dose causes a sense of mental relaxation, reduces stress, worry, and depressive states. Etizolam solution or powder can be used under the tongue, or sublingually, while the tablets are usually taken orally. Due to its high oral bioavailability (over ninety percent), the oral route is one of the easiest and most effective ways of taking Etizolam. An oral dose of a milligram of Etizolam takes between fifteen minutes and an hour to take effect. It causes a pronounced reduction in symptoms of anxiety-like a fast heartbeat, sweating, restlessness, difficulty socializing, and worrisome thoughts. Once it kicks in this dose exerts a subtle yet powerful effect on the mind and body. It slows down your breathing and causes your muscles and thoughts to relax. It causes a slight fuzziness in your thoughts, and you may find yourself forgetting what you just said due to the short-term memory loss Etizolam is known to cause.
Taking Etizolam for anxiety is less impairing and sedating than similar medications such as clonazepam, but it exerts an equally powerful anxiolytic effect without causing the same potential for tolerance and dependence. It also retains its effectiveness for much longer than other popular anxiety medications like Xanax (alprazolam) or Ativan (lorazepam). One milligram of Etizolam is as effective as ten milligrams of Valium (diazepam.) This dose is strong enough to calm anxious thoughts but not sedating or impairing sufficient to affect daily activities, making Etizolam one of the most effective anxiety medications available for those that have anxiety disorders but still need to function well enough to go to work or school.
2. Panic Disorder
Etizolam is a quick-acting and powerful treatment for panic attacks. Oral doses can take effect within fifteen minutes, making them effective for situational panic attacks. Two doses of a half milligram each day provide relief from panic attacks even before they occur by causing mild yet noticeable tranquilizing and sedating effects. Once it kicks in, Etizolam causes feelings of confidence and well-being that are both physically and mentally relaxing and pleasurable but not overly sedating.
Etizolam relaxes the mind, preventing the anxious thoughts that can often trigger a panic attack or even stop one in progress. Etizolam is as effective as Xanax (alprazolam) or lorazepam (Ativan) for treating the panic disorder but is much less sedating and impairing, with a lower likelihood of developing a tolerance, dependence, or addiction than older benzodiazepines.
Etizolam’s sedative-hypnotic effects and unique reverse tolerance in which it grows stronger over time making it an excellent insomnia medication that retains its effectiveness for longer than other benzodiazepine sleeping pills or Z drugs like Zopiclone, Ambien, or Lunesta. Two milligrams at once before bedtime induce a state of deep calm and relaxation. Taking Etizolam for insomnia is a relaxing and restful experience. Oddly Etizolam does not cause as much drowsiness at this as other sleeping pills, but it makes falling asleep and staying asleep very easy. It provides a relaxing experience where you can fall asleep in moments and wake up without any residual hangover effects. Etizolam won’t make you as sedated as some sleeping pills but are just as effective the moment you get into bed. The experience will leave you feeling well-rested and refreshed after a night of uninterrupted sleep and ready to deal with any obligations requiring focus the next morning like driving, working, or going to college or university classes.
Etizolam can be used recreationally to achieve a pleasant and euphoric high, much like that of other benzodiazepines. It causes feelings of euphoria and relaxation comparable to that of Xanax at doses as low as three milligrams, but it causes less drowsiness and confusion than Xanax does and has a lower potential for addiction and dependence. At dosages from three to five milligrams, you are likely to experience short-term memory loss, slurred speech, trouble walking straight, double vision, pronounced sedation, and euphoria. Once the dose hits, you will feel total peace of mind and a warm, physical body high that relaxes muscles and feels like a calming sensation emanating from your abdomen and chest throughout your entire body. It can cause blackouts like alcohol in sufficient doses. An Etizolam high feels similar to being drunk but with a bit more mental self-control, causing memory loss, slurred speech, stumbling, reduced inhibitions, euphoria, confusion, loss of coordination, and drowsiness. Unlike alcohol, Etizolam doesn’t cause nausea, vomiting, or a hangover the next day, and it is safer to consume, with a high LD50 (lethal dose).
5. Overdose and Withdrawal
As mentioned above, Etizolam alone is not very toxic Signs of overdose include drowsiness, unconsciousness, and difficulty breathing. Etizolam overdoses are rarely fatal when Etizolam is the only substance consumed but mixing Etizolam with alcohol, CNS depressants like opioids, benzodiazepines, or barbiturates is not recommended. An Etizolam overdose by itself is not a particularly dangerous or stressful experience, and most people will simply fall asleep for an extended period and wake up without any adverse health effects. Etizolam will significantly depress breathing in high doses, however. Tolerance varies from person to person; experienced users can take ten milligrams and stay standing while some people find three milligrams to be more than sufficient. In cases of overdose involving only benzodiazepines, the benzodiazepine antidote flumazenil will reverse the symptoms on administration.
Mixing Etizolam with alcohol or other central nervous system or CNS depressants such as heroin, Xanax, phenobarbital, or Klonopin causes a compounded effect, increasing the strength of both substances. You will experience symptoms of intoxication stronger than either substance alone, such as difficulty speaking or walking, blacking out, nausea, hallucinations, and in many cases, death. Mixing Etizolam with other drugs is very pleasant, extremely intoxicating, and hazardous, especially alcohol. Etizolam is often taken by users of harder stimulant drugs and psychedelics such as cocaine, speed, MDMA, LSD, DMT, magic mushrooms, and methamphetamine to make the comedowns a more tolerable experience, reduce stimulant caused paranoia and anxiety, and help with insomnia typical of heavy stimulant use, easing you into a gentle sleep, reducing your heart rate and slowing down your thoughts. It is also used to ease the panic caused by bad trips and relax you until the substance wears off.
As a benzodiazepine analog Etizolam has a similar potential for causing dependence and withdrawal and so long-term daily use can lead to symptoms of addiction and withdrawal. Some users consider benzodiazepine withdrawal to be worse than opioid withdrawal. When withdrawing from Etizolam people experience rebound insomnia and anxiety, panic attacks, and seizures. Most people experience extreme feelings of hot and cold, sweating, insomnia, paranoia, suicidal thoughts, hallucinations, and delirium upon abruptly stopping Etizolam .s recommended that users taper off their dose rather than quit cold turkey. Etizolam withdrawal is a severe medical issue and a bad experience that may require hospitalization.
Concluding on Etizolam Experience
Different have different experiences after using Etizolam. There are a lot of benefits of using Etizolam which include insomnia, anxiety, panic disorder, and recreation. The right dosage of Etizolam will bring you a pleasant experience. However, an overdose is most dangerous. A lot of people report that they have been addicted to Etizolam. Some of them reported that they have never been addicted to Etizolam as long as they were using mild doses. Most people get addicted to this drug who use Etizolam for recreational purposes.