Addiction Topic Keyword: Anxiety Disorders (p. 1 of 1)

  • What are Benzodiazepines

    What are Benzodiazepines

    Benzodiazepines are commonly defined as one of several different types of lipophilic (easily absorbed by the body's lipids) amines that are used as muscle relaxants, sedatives or tranquilizers. Ultimately, lipids can be found in the fat in the body. So, Benzodiazepines Are Drugs, Right?
    Yes, benzodiazepines are used to describe specific drugs such as Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium, just to...

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  • Valium Addiction and Abuse

    Valium Addiction and Abuse

    Valium is a brand name for a prescription medication known as Diazepam, which is a generic Benzodiazepine. There are a number of other types of Benzodiazepine medications as well such as Alpax, Alzolam, Pharnax and Tafil. Valium is an anti-anxiety medication used to treat anxiety disorders as well as occasional feelings of anxiety.
    Valium tablets come in three different dosage strengths,...

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  • Xanax Addiction and Abuse

    Xanax Addiction and Abuse

    Xanax is the brand name for a chemical known as Alprazolam. Xanax is available in several different forms including as a tablet, as an extended release tablet and as an orally disintegrating tablet. These are typically taken between two and four times every day depending on the recommendations of a physician and the specific needs of the patient.
    One form of Xanax, known as Xanax XR, is...

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