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tranquillize

(trăng′kwə-līz′, trăn′-)
v. tranquil·ized, tranquil·izing, tranquil·izes also tranquil·lized or tranquil·lizing or tranquil·lizes
v.tr.
To sedate or relieve of anxiety or tension by the administration of a drug.

tran′quil·i·za′tion (-kwə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

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Q. can you use zoplidem as tranquilizers is it possible to zolpidem as anti anxiety pills

A. Zolpidem is a medicine for insomnia. it is given only in a really bad case of insomnia. but it will be a little help as an anti anxiety pill. as i said in your first question- there are better medication for anxiety...no need to take Zolpidem.

Q. can you use zoplidem as tranquilizers can you use tramadol in a high dosage for depression as I read that it does have properties to treat depression and anxiety

A. both medications are highly dangerous if taken not according to their instructions. they both need prescription and a doctor observations. and besides, there are much better medications that can help with depression. Tramadol is an opiate so it won't help in the depression department.

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It is postulated that over time, individuals become physiologically dependent, and a small dose is ineffective, and a larger dose is necessary to achieve euphoria or tranquilization.
For many, if not all, disarmament approach should have been chauvinistic and not based on passion Revenge and counter revenge should have been minimized if the government strategically drew a plan that aimed at tranquilization of the whole region after the upheaval brought about by the protracted civil strive The unfruitful talks about peace and reconciliations that have been conducted since 2005, some of which were chaired by the very people in charge of the Southern Region and second in the whole Nation, are proven to be good only for mere public relations.
Last year, the ASPS voted to change its by-laws to require members who perform surgery under anesthesia, other than minor local anesthesia and/or minimal oral tranquilization, to do so in an accredited facility by July 1, 2002.