Etizolam Side Effects
Since Etizolam shares a lot of the same characteristics of other benzodiazepine analogs, you can expect a lot of the same side effects. As with most drugs, the side effects of etizolam can be categorized into two categories: Short-term and long-term.
The intensity of the side effects, if you are to see any at all will depend on the dosage, how often you use the drug and unfortunately, how your body reacts to the substance. Every person is different and will react differently to every substance, so it’s hard to predict how you will respond to a specific substance before experimenting with it yourself.
With that being said, the most common side effects of Etizolam are:
Lack of attention and coordination
Decreased sex drive
The long-term effects of Etizolam are not well documented, and the likelihood of you experiencing these will again, depend on the dosage, the length of time under influence and the uniqueness of your biology.
Some of the reported long-term side effects of Etizolam include:
Loss of sex drive
It’s worth noting that every drug on the market, even the ones that are considered ‘safe’ are listed as having several side effects, some of which are similar to the list above. A lot of Etizolam users are benefiting from the drug without any substantial side effects.