Grandaxin is a drug that affects the central nervous system and belongs to the group of benzodiazepines. It is used to treat mental (neurotic) and physical illnesses characterized by tension, anxiety, autonomic nervous system disorders, lack of motivation and energy, apathy, fatigue, depressed mood, as well as to relieve autonomic excitatory symptoms in cessation of alcohol abuse. Because Grandaxin has no muscle relaxant effect, this medicinal product may be prescribed in cases where this is contraindicated or undesirable (eg myasthenia gravis, myopathy and neurogenic muscle atrophy).
The dose of Grandaxin depends on the type of disease, your condition and must be given individually. Unless otherwise prescribed, the recommended doses for adults are 1-2 tablets 1-3 times a day (50-300 mg daily). When given in a particular case, the dose may be 1-2 tablets. Due to the good tolerability and the lack of effect on the level of vigor, you can start taking the required dose from the very beginning of treatment, without the need to gradually increase the dose.