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  • Buspar
  • Buspin
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  • 10mg
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Name Country Strength Pack Size USD Cart
Buspar - buspirone - 5mg - 30 Tablets Buspar buspirone Generic United Kingdom 5mg 30 Tablets DR $72.36 Add
Buspar - buspirone - 10mg - 30 Tablets Buspar buspirone Generic United Kingdom 10mg 30 Tablets DR $79.61 Add
Buspar - buspirone - 5mg - 90 Tablets Buspar buspirone Generic United Kingdom 5mg 90 Tablets DR $147.64 Add
Buspar - buspirone - 10mg - 90 Tablets Buspar buspirone Generic United Kingdom 10mg 90 Tablets DR $173.69 Add
Buspin - buspirone - 5mg - 100 Tablets Buspar/​Buspin buspirone Generic India 5mg 100 Tablets DR $69.99 Add
Buspin - buspirone - 10mg - 100 Tablets Buspar/​Buspin buspirone Generic India 10mg 100 Tablets DR $79.99 Add

Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects see your health professional. Brands and generics both contain the same active ingredient(s) and are medically equivalent. Some brands are marketed under different names by the same manufacturing country depending on the country of origin.

Ships from the UK, except Buspin brand which ships from India.

Buspar (buspirone) is an anti-anxiety medication used to treat or supplement treatment of anxiety, depression, and some related conditions, including:

  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Clinical depression
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD)
  • Some symptoms in dementia

Buspar is relatively unique among the medications typically used to treat these conditions in that it is not habit-forming and doesn't sedate or produce cognitive side effects that may impair daily activities; thus it can be used long-term with minimal risk and little negative impact in day-to-day life.

Using Buspar to Manage GAD

The most common use of Buspar is for management of GAD symptoms, for which it is beneficial as both a long-term and short-term treatment. It reduces or eliminates both physical and mental symptoms:

  • Restlessness
  • Jitteriness
  • Jumpiness
  • Fidgeting
  • Tension
  • Muscle aches
  • Sweating
  • Pounding heartbeat
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Irritability

Most significantly Buspar calms the mind, allowing patients to relax and think calmly and clearly, which has obvious benefits to nearly every aspect of life.

Treatment is typically very similar in both long- and short-term treatment:

  • Treatment starts with 15 mg per day, taken in three 5 mg doses
  • If not producing significant effects after two or three weeks, dosage may be increased every few days up to 30 mg per day
  • Treatment may continue for as long as it provides benefit
  • Treatment may cease without concern for withdrawal symptoms if no longer providing benefit

The above treatment outline may vary depending on other medications being taken and individual patient response.

Tablets may be taken on a full or empty stomach, but it should always be taken the same way---either always on an empty stomach or always on a full stomach. The medication is absorbed differently depending on whether the stomach is full or empty, so sticking to the same routine helps keep levels of the drug stable in the body.

Other Conditions

Buspar sees its second-most common use in augmenting antidepressants when antidepressants alone aren't providing sufficient benefit or are causing side effects that Buspar may alleviate, such as drug-induced erectile dysfunction. As treatment in these cases is entirely dependent on the type and dosage of other medications it is necessary to speak with a doctor to determine the ideal dosage of Buspar.

As mentioned above Buspar is also used in a range of other conditions, both as a stand-alone and a supplementary treatment. Though not approved uses in all areas, it has been shown to improve focus and impulse control in ADHD, reduce irritability and aggression in dementia, and improve sexual desire in individuals experiencing HSDD. Again a doctor should be consulted to determine ideal dosage as it's highly dependent on individual circumstances.

Precautions & Side Effects

Buspar is a safe medication with little risk of side effects in otherwise healthy patients. However, caution is warranted if there is a history of:

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Kidney or liver impairment
  • Metabolic acidosis

Buspar may interact with a range of other medications, reducing their effectiveness. Check with a doctor or pharmacist before mixing medications. MAO inhibitors in particular should be avoided while taking Buspar.

There is little information available as to this medication's effect on unborn or nursing babies; discuss potential benefits and risks with a trusted doctor before using if pregnant or breastfeeding.

A small percentage of patients do experience mild side effects from Buspar, most commonly:

  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Drowsiness
  • Mild stomach upset
  • Headache
  • Difficulty sleeping

These symptoms are not cause for concern unless severe, and often stop occurring as the body adjusts to treatment. Use caution doing dangerous activities until effects are known.

Buspar (buspirone) is an anti-anxiety medication used to treat or supplement treatment of anxiety, depression, and some related conditions, including:

  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Clinical depression
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD)
  • Some symptoms in dementia

Buspar is relatively unique among the medications typically used to treat these conditions in that it is not habit-forming and doesn't sedate or produce cognitive side effects that may impair daily activities; thus it can be used long-term with minimal risk and little negative impact in day-to-day life.

Using Buspar to Manage GAD

The most common use of Buspar is for management of GAD symptoms, for which it is beneficial as both a long-term and short-term treatment. It reduces or eliminates both physical and mental symptoms:

  • Restlessness
  • Jitteriness
  • Jumpiness
  • Fidgeting
  • Tension
  • Muscle aches
  • Sweating
  • Pounding heartbeat
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Irritability

Most significantly Buspar calms the mind, allowing patients to relax and think calmly and clearly, which has obvious benefits to nearly every aspect of life.

Treatment is typically very similar in both long- and short-term treatment:

  • Treatment starts with 15 mg per day, taken in three 5 mg doses
  • If not producing significant effects after two or three weeks, dosage may be increased every few days up to 30 mg per day
  • Treatment may continue for as long as it provides benefit
  • Treatment may cease without concern for withdrawal symptoms if no longer providing benefit

The above treatment outline may vary depending on other medications being taken and individual patient response.

Tablets may be taken on a full or empty stomach, but it should always be taken the same way---either always on an empty stomach or always on a full stomach. The medication is absorbed differently depending on whether the stomach is full or empty, so sticking to the same routine helps keep levels of the drug stable in the body.

Other Conditions

Buspar sees its second-most common use in augmenting antidepressants when antidepressants alone aren't providing sufficient benefit or are causing side effects that Buspar may alleviate, such as drug-induced erectile dysfunction. As treatment in these cases is entirely dependent on the type and dosage of other medications it is necessary to speak with a doctor to determine the ideal dosage of Buspar.

As mentioned above Buspar is also used in a range of other conditions, both as a stand-alone and a supplementary treatment. Though not approved uses in all areas, it has been shown to improve focus and impulse control in ADHD, reduce irritability and aggression in dementia, and improve sexual desire in individuals experiencing HSDD. Again a doctor should be consulted to determine ideal dosage as it's highly dependent on individual circumstances.

Precautions & Side Effects

Buspar is a safe medication with little risk of side effects in otherwise healthy patients. However, caution is warranted if there is a history of:

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Kidney or liver impairment
  • Metabolic acidosis

Buspar may interact with a range of other medications, reducing their effectiveness. Check with a doctor or pharmacist before mixing medications. MAO inhibitors in particular should be avoided while taking Buspar.

There is little information available as to this medication's effect on unborn or nursing babies; discuss potential benefits and risks with a trusted doctor before using if pregnant or breastfeeding.

A small percentage of patients do experience mild side effects from Buspar, most commonly:

  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Drowsiness
  • Mild stomach upset
  • Headache
  • Difficulty sleeping

These symptoms are not cause for concern unless severe, and often stop occurring as the body adjusts to treatment. Use caution doing dangerous activities until effects are known.

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