Addiction Topic Keyword: Diazepam Abuse Help (p. 1 of 1)

  • What Is Valium?

    What Is Valium?

    Valium, also commonly known by its generic name Diazepam, is a prescription drug used to treat the symptoms of anxiety, acute alcohol withdrawal and seizures. Valium belongs to a class of medications called benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepines work on the central nervous system to help produce a calming effect.
    Valium is primarily prescribed for the treatment of short term anxiety disorder. It...

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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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