Pfizer initially positioned Lyrica (pregabalin) as a modern antiepileptic agent, devoid of the severe side effects typical of this class of drugs, and not addictive. Later it turned out that Lyrica remarkably fights anxiety and relieves depression, and the range of use has naturally expanded. And along with this access to pregabalin received millions of people.
Narcotic effect "Lyrica" is described as "very intense and long, reminiscent of a mixture of alcohol and club drugs."
Indications for use:
- treatment of neuropathic pain in adults.
- as an additional therapy in adults with partial convulsive seizures, accompanied or not accompanied by secondary generalization.
Generalized anxiety disorder:
- treatment of generalized anxiety disorder in adults.
- treatment of fibromyalgia in adults.
Many patients note that "Lyrics" gives them a feeling of pleasure and well-being, increases self-confidence, sociability, stimulates mental activity and endurance. Some people notice that Lyrics has a paradoxical effect: it stimulates and relaxes at the same time.
Other adverse reactions include temporary erectile dysfunction, visual defocusing, limb tremor, hallucinations, confusion, and allergic reactions.
And, nevertheless, it is authentically known that prolonged abuse of Lyrica (pregabalin) can cause states resembling withdrawal syndrome (“breaking”) and physical dependence.