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Losed 1mg Tab

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10 Tablet(s) in Strip
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Medical Description

Losed 1mg Tab is a prescription medicine. It is used to treat anxiety, panic disorders, social anxiety disorder, etc. This medicine belongs to benzodiazepines, which act as relaxants and produce a rel...
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ContainsLorazepam(1.0 Mg)
UsesAnxiety, Social anxiety disorder, Generalised anxiety disorder
Side effectsNausea, Vomiting, Dizziness, Diarrhoea, Dryness in the mouth, Inability to maintain a balance
ClassificationANTI-ANXIETY
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Uses of Losed 1 MG

  • This medicine is used in the treatment of the following:
  • Anxiety
  • Social anxiety disorder (a condition where the person is not comfortable in settings of new people and surroundings)
  • Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), a condition where a person takes the tension of everyday activities

Contraindications of Losed 1 MG

  • Losed 1mg Tab is contraindicated in the following cases:
  • If you have a known hypersensitive reaction to the ingredients of Losed 1mg Tab
  • If you have any history of heart situation like arrhythmia, coronary artery disease, etc.
  • If you are currently taking other antidepressant medications
  • If you have been diagnosed with an adrenal gland tumour known as pheochromocytoma
  • If you were diagnosed with a condition called narrow-angle glaucoma (it is an eye condition that causes raised tension inside the eye)
  • If you have an aneurysm or any blood vessel disorder
  • If you have any urinary retention issues

Side effects of Losed 1 MG

  • Some of the common side effects of Losed 1mg Tab are as follows:
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhoea
  • Vomiting
  • Sweating
  • Inability to maintain a balance
  • Dryness in the mouth (Xerostomia)
  • Sleepiness

Precautions and Warnings of Losed 1 MG

Pregnancy

Q:
Can I take Losed 1mg Tab during pregnancy?
A:
It is not advised to take Losed 1 mg Tab during pregnancy. However, if it is necessary to take it, discuss the benefits and consequences of the medicine with your doctor before starting it.

Breast Feeding

Q:
Can I take Losed 1mg Tab while breastfeeding?
A:
It is not safe to take this medicine while breastfeeding a child. Some studies show that there is a possibility that this medicine can cause harmful effects on the baby.

Driving

Q:
Can I drive if I have taken Losed 1mg Tab?
A:
It is not safe to drive after taking this medicine. It causes dizziness and sleepiness. Both of these symptoms can make it difficult to drive a car, hence might increase the chances of any mishap. So it is strictly advised to not drive after taking this medicine.

Alcohol

Q:
Can I consume alcohol with the Losed 1mg Tab?
A:
It is not safe to drink alcohol while taking Losed 1mg Tab. Both of these can cause drowsiness and make you more sleepy.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • Your symptoms do not subside even after some time.
  • You are taking any other form of medicine- homoeopathy, herbal or herbal.
  • You are a chronic alcohol user.
  • You are trying to conceive.
  • You are suffering from heart, kidney or liver diseases.
  • You are breastfeeding an infant.
  • You have an allergy to any of the ingredients in the Losed 1mg Tab.
  • You need mental focus like driving a car, operating any heavy machinery, etc.

Mode of Action of Losed 1 MG

How Does It Work?

Losed 1mg Tab is a prescription medicine. It contains lorazepam, which comes under the category of benzodiazepines. These belong to the category of anticonvulsants. There are certain chemical ions pre...
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Directions for Use of Losed 1 MG

  • Swallow the tablet as a whole with water; do not chew, bite or crush it.
  • Do not skip or stop this medicine, even if you start feeling better after some time. Doing this can make the symptoms increase more.
  • Never take Losed 1mg tab without consulting a doctor.
  • Take Losed 1mg Tab at the same time every day to get the maximum potential of it.
  • Take it with or without food, preferably after food.

Interactions of Losed 1 MG

Interactions with other medicines

  • Medicines used to treat a type of cancer like Degarelix; interaction between the two medicines can cause adverse reactions like vomiting, convulsions, etc.
  • Antiretroviral medicines like ritonavir can cause a decrease in the efficiency of both medicines.
  • Anti-tubercular medicine like isoniazid is shown to cause an elevation in sedation leading to uneasiness.
  • Medicines for the heart like verapamil; interactions between these medicines can cause an abrupt heart rate; in some cases, the heart can even stop leading to a heart attack, which can be fatal.
  • Interactions with antibiotics like erythromycin can cause abnormal body temperature.

Interactions with food items

  • Monitor your caffeine intake as Losed 1mg Tab produces a calming effect on the central nervous system. In contrast, caffeine is a stimulus of the brain. Both can be counteracting to each other, thereb...
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Storage and disposal of Losed 1 MG

Store Losed 1 mg Tab at room temperature in a cool and dry place, away from sunlight. Keep the tablets out of reach of children and pets. Store the medicine in its original packaging. Do not take medi...
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Dosage of Losed 1 MG

Overdose

Overdose of this medicine is very harmful as it can cause tremors, convulsions, and, in the worst conditions, coma. Take special care of the dosing schedule. Do not repeat any medicine accidentally. I...
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Missed a Dose

Always be cautious of the dosing schedule of the Losed 1mg Tab. Do not skip or miss any dose. However, if you have forgotten or accidentally skipped any dose, take it as soon as you remember. But if i...
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Content Details

WRITTEN BY
doctor

Dr. Tanya Gupta

BDS (Bachelor’s in Dental Surgery), MPH (Masters in Public Health)

REVIEWED BY
doctor

Dr. Vijay Y

MBBS, MD in Clinical Pharmacology

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Q: If I take Losed 1mg Tab daily, can it form a habit?

A: Yes, it is safe to take this medicine daily for a fixed period, as instructed by the doctor. It is a habit-forming medicine, but it is safe to be used in prescribed quantities. Do not repeat or skip the doses in between its course.

Q: Can I work properly after taking Losed 1mg Tab?

A: There is a slight possibility that this medicine would change your efficiency at work because it makes you feel more sleepy than normal. However, if it is taken in the proper dosing schedule and a strict regimen is followed, it helps cure the disease effectively.

Q: Can I take Losed 1mg Tab if I am a chronic alcohol user?

A: It is not safe to mix alcohol with the Losed 1mg Tab because both can induce drowsiness, inability to focus, and more sleepiness. Having an additive effect on these symptoms can be harmful to health.
Product Details
Brand
LOSED
Expires on or After
26/08/2022

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