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(Valium) Diazepam 10 mg tablets



Product Details

Diazepam 10 mg tablets belong to a class of benzodiazepines which are used to treat anxiety, seizures, and stiffness. The primary function of this medicine is to calm the brain and enhance the activity of neurotransmitters. The Brand name of diazepam is Valium and Diazepam Rectal Gel. The chemical name of Diazepam is 7-chloro-1,3-dihydro-1-methyl-5-phenyl-2H-1,4-benzodiazepin 2-one. The molecular weight of diazepam is 284.75, and it is insoluble in water. It is also used to treat muscle spasms and panic disorders and is helpful in alcohol withdrawal. If you are not getting the desired results, discuss it with your doctor and then take a recommended dose. 


It is a crystalline compound that is colourless to light yellow. The empirical formula of diazepam 10 mg tablets is C16H13ClN2O. It is easily absorbed after oral administration but not after intramuscular administration. It has anxiolytic and amnesic effects on the body. 


It is available as oral solutions, tablets, and as injectibles also. Adults aged 18 and over are recommended to take this medication. This is not suitable for children under 6 years, and the dosage form of this medicine is different in different situations like anxiety, alcohol withdrawal, and muscle spasm. So, always take a dose recommended by your physician after your checkup. 

How Does It Work?

Diazepam 10 mg tablets enhance the level of gamma amino butyric acid (GABA), a calming chemical in the brain. Diazepam binds to the receptors in the brain and spinal cord and increases the effects of GABA. Do not take this medication for more than four months; consult your doctor before withdrawing this medicine. The duration of treatment may vary depending on the situation of the patient. 

Interactions of Diazepam

Food Interaction

Many food items interact with diazepam 10 mg tablet and affect its absorption in the human body. The most common is grapefruit which interacts with diazepam and leads to life-threatening side effects. Avoid taking anything containing caffeine, like coffee, tea, etc. Tobacco and beverages also interact with this tablet. Always avoid taking the above-mentioned items with this medicine for better results.

Alcohol Interactions

Do not drink alcohol with this medicine, as alcohol interacts with this drug. Diazepam 10 mg tablets can elevate the level of alcohol in the body and make you feel dizzy and drowsy. Consult your doctor or pharmacist about your concerns. 

Medicine Interaction

If you are taking any other medicine with diazepam, then you must tell your doctor about it, as many medications can interact with diazepam and can cause dangerous side effects. Clozapine, fluvoxamine, orlistat, and sodium oxybate are the drugs that interact with diazepam and can cause serious side effects like breathing problems, severe dizziness, and GIT disturbances. 

Expert Advice

Diazepam 10 mg tablets is an anticonvulsant used to treat anxiety, panic disorders, and fits. Follow your doctor or physician’s instructions while taking this medicine. Do not take an overdose or do not misuse this medicine, as these acts can decrease the effectiveness of any treatment. While taking this medicine, if you feel any problem, then consult your doctor about it.

Additional information

Valium (Diazepam)

30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180


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