psychosedative (sī´kōsed´ətiv),

n a calming agent that reduces anxiety and tension without depressing mental or motor functions.
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These strategies include use of pharmacosedation, Iatrosedation and psychosedative techniques like Hypnosis.
Introduced as an anesthetic in 1844, the analgesic, anxiolytic, and psychosedative properties of nitrous oxide ([N.
a two-to three-hour dental appointment with the patient confined in the recumbent position, especially if psychosedative drugs have been administered;