antianxiety drug


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antianxiety drug

n.
Any of a group of drugs, such as the benzodiazepines, used to treat anxiety without causing excessive sedation.
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BB: Why not the antianxiety drug propranolol, which has been used in several experiments?
You should always have your dog examined by your veterinarian in order to rule out any physical condition that might be causing the anxiety or might complicate the use of an antianxiety drug," stresses Dr.
LeVin's lawyer, Michael Norris, said he had received substance abuse counselling in Florida, but he objected to demands that he stop taking antianxiety drug Xanax.
In one study, valerian extract was found to be as effective as the antianxiety drug Serax in patients with insomnia.
On day one, scientists gave participants an antianxiety drug and then, during a brain scan, showed photos ranging from scary to neutral.
Prozac or any similar antianxiety drug can be useful in buying time until a permanent solution can be put in place.
And when the states' Taxol suit was filed, Bristol-Myers was already defending class action lawsuits that claimed it had improperly blocked the sale of a generic version of the antianxiety drug Buspar.
Amneal's generic is an AB-rated, therapeutically equivalent alternative to the antianxiety drug Ativan([R]) (a registered trademark of American Home Products Corp.
The most commonly reported drugs were the antidepressants Zoloft and Celexa, followed by the antianxiety drug Xanax and the hypnotic Ambien.
To calm surgical jitters, anesthesiologists will frequently prescribe a mild oral antianxiety drug or administer one intravenously, according to Sudhir A.
used illegal tactics to maintain a monopoly on the manufacture, distribution, and sales of its antianxiety drug BuSpar (buspirone).
Participants then received low intravenous doses of an antianxiety drug and rated the images a second time.