Bromazepam side effects
Bromazepam can have very severe to lethal side effects when overdosed, and the adverse effects can last days to more than a week in the elderly. Bromazepam is commonly used in suicide attempts.
Other possible adverse reactions to Bromazepam include an allergic reaction, anxiety, agitation, abnormal thinking, behavior changes, bizarre behavior, bruising, chills, confusion, convulsions, delusions, fever, hallucinations, hypotension, iching, iritability, loss of sense of reality, mental depression, muscle weakness, nervousness, tachycardia, seizures, skin rash, sore throat, trouble in sleeping, ulcers or sores in mouth or throat, uncontrolled movements of the body, including the eyes, unusual bleeding, unusual excitement, unusual fatique, weakness and yellow eyes or skin.
This is our research on the alleged dangers of Bromazepam / adverse effects of Bromazepam and not medical advice!