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at·a·rac·tic

(at'ă-rak'tik),
1. Having a calming or tranquilizing effect.
2. A tranquilizer.
Synonym(s): ataraxic
[G. ataraktos, calm]
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ataractic

(ăt′ə-răk′tĭk) also

ataraxic

(-răk′sĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to a drug or other agent that has a tranquilizing effect.
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ataractic

adjective Tranquilising, relaxing, calming.
 
noun A tranquiliser.
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at·a·rac·tic

(at'ăr-ak'tik)
Tending to tranquilize.
[G. ataraktos, calm]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

at·a·rac·tic

(at'ăr-ak'tik)
1. Having a calming or tranquilizing effect.
2. A tranquilizer.
[G. ataraktos, calm]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

Patient discussion about ataractic

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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