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(trăng′kwə-līz′, trăn′-)
v. tranquil·ized, tranquil·izing, tranquil·izes also tranquil·lized or tranquil·lizing or tranquil·lizes
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 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.
Animals that become highly aggressive due to fear may require tranquilization or sedation.
has been used as a treatment for illnesses of the brain and for its actions of tranquilization and promoting intelligence.
Treatment is best achieved by removing the adults from the conjunctival sac under ophthalmic anesthesia and tranquilization.
ATHOL - A visit to downtown Athol ended tragically yesterday for a bear that resisted tranquilization efforts for hours and then was wounded when it charged a gate near a crowd and was euthanized by Environmental Police.
34) Kristen left class crying uncontrollably and shaking, and required tranquilization by a doctor.
The Executive Council was not swayed, and reiterated the ban, "until the object of the proclamation has been attained in the tranquilization of the Hondo and western frontier a result within the power of the Indian tribes .
But if we do encounter the animal, we would either use tranquilization equipment or kill it.