Q. Is Neolore 4mg Injection an opioid? Is it a habit-forming medicine?
No, Neolore 4mg Injection is not an opioid. It belongs to the benzodiazepine group of medicines and is used for short-term treatment (2-4 weeks) only. It is a habit-forming medicine and can make a person physically and psychologically dependent.
Q. For how long will Neolore 4mg Injection stay in my system?
Neolore 4mg Injection may take around 3 days to get completely removed from the system.
Q. Are there any symptoms that I would experience if I get addicted to Neolore 4mg Injection?
The most important symptom of addiction is that you may feel unpleasant if you do not take Neolore 4mg Injection. Another symptom could be that you may increase the dose on your own to feel its effect.
Q. If I suddenly stop taking Neolore 4mg Injection, will it affect me adversely?
You should reduce the dose of Neolore 4mg Injection gradually before completely stopping it. Suddenly stopping it may lead to withdrawal symptoms which include loss of the sense of reality, feeling detached from life, and unable to feel emotion. Some patients have also experienced numbness or tingling in the arms or legs, tinnitus (ringing sounds in the ears), uncontrolled or overactive movements, twitching, shaking, feeling sick, being sick, stomach upsets or stomach pain, loss of appetite, agitation and abnormally fast heart beats. It can also cause panic attacks, dizziness or feeling faint, memory loss, hallucinations, feeling stiff and unable to move easily, feeling very warm, convulsions (sudden uncontrolled shaking or jerking of the body) and oversensitivity to light, sound and touch.
Q. Does Neolore 4mg Injection cause weight gain?
The effect of Neolore 4mg Injection on weight gain or loss is not known.
Q. Does Neolore 4mg Injection cause depression?
If you have a history of depression then it may increase the risk of developing depression again. Neolore 4mg Injection should not be used alone in depressed patients because it may cause suicidal tendencies in such patients.
Q. My old uncle is taking Neolore 4mg Injection for sleeplessness associated with anxiety. Can it affect his memory?
Though it is rare, but use of Neolore 4mg Injection can cause memory impairment, which may be more apparent in old age patients.
Q. Are there any harmful effects of taking more than the recommended doses of Neolore 4mg Injection?
Taking more than the recommended dose of Neolore 4mg Injection may cause loss of muscle control, low blood pressure, mental confusion, slow breathing and even coma. If you have taken higher than the recommended dose of Neolore 4mg Injection, seek immediate medical help immediately.