Nitrazepam is part of a class of medicines that are called Benzodiazepines. They are typically used in the treatment of insomnia (any other sleeping issues such as frequent awakenings at night, awakening early-morning and difficulty in going to sleep) on a short-term basis. It is also used to handle myoclonic seizures....
Q: How long does the medicine remain in your system?
A: They are typically detected up to a maximum of 30 days. However, if there has been chronic usage (which is generally a year or more of usage), then it can be detected after 4 to 6 weeks as well as after the last dose in the urine. Moreover, this medicine can be detected even in the plasma and serum after the previous dose for around 12 hours, up to 2 days.
Q: Are you allowed to crush the medicine?
A: Yes, you may. It is generally crushed for kids. If your children take the tablet once every day, you should give it before they sleep. You can break or dissolve the tablet as needed. This will help children take the pill without the risk of choking.
Q: How to store this medicine?
Keep this drugs out of sight and reach of children
Do not use these drugs after the expiration date that is declared on the pack
The tablets should be stored below 250°C and protected from light
Do not throw away any medicines via effluent or unit waste
Ask your healthcare expert the proper way to throw away medicines you now not use. These measures help protect the environment