Tranxene Uses

Tranxene Uses for Anxiety

Most people experience feelings of anxiety before an important event, such as a big exam, business presentation, or first date. Anxiety disorders, however, are illnesses that load people's lives with overwhelming anxiety and fear that are chronic and unremitting, and that can grow progressively worse.
 
Depending on the type of anxiety, a person can experience several possible anxiety symptoms, including:
 
  • Feeling shaky, jittery, or nervous
  • Feeling tense, fearful, or apprehensive
  • Avoiding certain places or activities because of fear
  • A pounding or racing heart or trouble catching your breath
  • Unexplained sweating or trembling
  • Fear of losing control, going crazy, or dying.
     
Tranxene is approved for use as an anxiety treatment. However, the medication is not for "everyday anxiety" associated with the usual stresses of life. Instead, it is intended to be used to treat anxiety disorders or to treat temporary anxiety symptoms associated with a particularly stressful event (such as emotional or physical trauma).
 

Tranxene Uses for Partial Seizures

Partial seizures are a certain type of epileptic seizure. Epilepsy is a brain condition that occurs when there are sudden, brief changes in the electrical system of the brain. These changes in brain activity can lead to seizures (see Epilepsy Symptoms). Depending on which part of the brain is affected, seizures may affect a person's consciousness, body movements, emotions, or senses.
 
In over half of all cases, the cause of epilepsy is not known. When the cause is known, it may be one of the following:
 
There are over 30 different types of seizures a person with epilepsy may experience. These seizures are generally classified into two main categories: partial seizures (also known as focal seizures) and generalized seizures. Partial seizures affect just one part of the brain (as opposed to generalized seizures, which affect both sides of the brain).
 
Tranxene is approved to control partial seizures when used in combination with other seizure medications. It is not approved to be used alone for this use.
 
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