Lexotanil is a drug derived from benzodiazepines that is generally given in the treatment of severe anxiety. It reduces tension, nervousness and, at higher doses, acts as a muscle relaxant. As a general rule, treatment based on this type of psychotropic medication must be punctual and short-lived.
Although medical and pharmacological institutions warn that this type of drug should not be prescribed beyond 12 weeks (including the gradual withdrawal of treatment), we can say that it is sometimes, even today, the misused. Indeed, its consumption sometimes exceeds the recommended duration.