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Is vistril a benzo?
No, Elavil (amitryptiline) isn't a benzodiazepin. It is a tricyclic antidepressant
No Oxycontin is an opiate. Opiates in most cases are used for pain relief. A "Benzo" is mostly used for anxiety and/or panic attacks. Examples of a "benzo" are xanax, ativan, …and valium.
Risperidone is not a benzodiasopine
No, Dilantin is a brand name of the drug phenytoin used to treat seizures. Benzodiazepines are used to treat anxiety. In some cases benzodiazepines are prescribed for muslce s…pasms and epilepsy (the conditions that might also be treated with Dilantin), but Dilantin is not a benzodiazepine.
No. MIRTAZAPINE (brand name Remeron) is a tetra-cyclic antidepressant. Though it is usually prescribed for major depression, there are many off-label uses, most notably to imp…rove sleep-architecture in those with severe and/or chronic insomnia. It also posses anti-nausea, appetite-stimulating, antihistamine, anti-anxiety and strongly sedating properties, et al., though these become less noticeable with time. A notable irony is that at lower doses (45mg). The reason for this is, at low doses mirtazapine binds mostly with the brain's H1 receptor (the same receptor for which the sedating antihistamines have a strong affinity). At higher doses, however, mirtazapine begins to have a stimulating effect (due to the antagonizing of the alpha-2 adrenergic receptor) which partially offsets the sedative properties. The initial dose is usually 30mg, and is adjusted based upon the patient's response to therapy; 90mg is the usually the highest recommended dose, although in severe cases, doses as high as 120mg have been found most efficacious. Treatment for major depression with mirtazapine is recommended to continue for at least four months to gain maximum benefit. Stopping the medicine too soon can cause a return to the depressive state. If side effects are bothering you, do not stop taking mirtazapine; contact your doctor, the dose likely needs adjustment. Mirtazapine must be discontinued very gradually and under close doctor supervision, as physical dependence will develop over time; this is especially important for patients who have used the drug at high doses and/or for long periods of time. Suddenly stopping mirtazapine may cause severe depression, insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks, (all dysphoric states) loss of appetite, worsening of allergies and rarely, manic episodes.
No. Depakote is an anti-convulsant, most often used in cases of epilepsy. It is also used, off label, for bipolar disorder and is sometimes prescribed for nervous system disor…ders.
Benzos refer to a class and drugs called benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepines are central nervous system depressants. Examples of benzodiazepines include Xanax (Alprazolam), Valiu…m (Diazepam), Klonopin (Clonazepam), and Ativan (Lorazepam). There are many more benzodiazepines than the stated here, these are the ones that are generally prescribed most in the United States. Benzodiazepines have a variety of uses, anxiety disorders are typically the most common use. These drugs are also life-saving in the event of a seizure emergency such as when one is having status epilepticus. Due to benzodiazepines depressant effects they are you short-term for insomnia, also for muscle spasticity disorders and pain.
This is a drug test used to determine if a person has used Benzodiazepines, which are psychoactive drugs with varying hypnotic, sedative, anxiolytic (anti-anxiety)…, anticonvulsant, muscle relaxant and amnesic properties. It is usually tested for in a urine test. These are the most commonly abused drugs. Some of the common names for various Benzodiazepine drugs are: lorazepam, valium, Xanax, Xanor, Tafil, Alprox, Frontal, Lexotanil, Lexotan, Lexomil, Somalium, Bromam, Librium, Tropium, Risolid, Klopoxid, Gerodorm, Klonopin, Klonapin, Rivotril, Iktorivil, Olcadil, Tranxene, Valium, Apzepam, Stesolid, Vival, Apozepam, Hexalid, Valaxona, ProSom, Rohypnol, Fluscand, Flunipam, Ronal, Rohydorm, Dalmadorm, Dalmane, Restas, Paxipam, Anxon, Dormonoct, Ativan, Temesta, Lorabenz, Loramet, Noctamid, Pronoctan, Nobrium, Dormicum, Versed, Hypnovel, Dormonid, Erimin, Mogadon, Alodorm, Pacisyn, Dumolid, Madar, Stilny, Seresta, Serax, Serenid, Serepax, Sobril, Oxascand, Alopam, Oxabenz, Oxapax, Domar, Lysanxia, Centrax, Doral, Restoril, Normison, Euhypnos, Mylostan, Halcion, Rilamir, Frisium, Urbanol, Anexate, Lanexat, Mazicon, Romazicon, Lunesta, Sonata, Starnoc, Ambien, Nytamel, Stilnoct, Stilnox, Zoldem, Zolnod, Imovane, Rhovane, Zileze; Zimoclone; Zimovane; Zopitan and Zorclone.
Yes it is. It wont give you the same feeling as xanax but it is a benzo and will show up in a drug test as a benzo.. From where i can order Ambien???
No, Neurontin is an anti-seizure medication that is also used to relieve anxiety, treat insomnia and detox people off drugs. It is not a benzodiazepine.
No, it is not.
Opiates are so named because they are constituents or derivatives of constituents found in opium, which is processed from the latex sap of the opium poppy, Papaver Somni…ferum. The major biologically active opiates found in opium are morphine, codeine, thebaine and papaverine. Synthetic opioids such as heroin and hydrocodone are derived from these substances, especially morphine and codeine. Noscapine, narceine and approximately 25 other alkaloids are also present in opium, but have little to no effect on the human central nervous system, and are not usually considered to be opiates. Opium is mostly produced in Asia. The benzodiazepines (pronounced [ˌbɛnzəʊdaɪˈæzəˌpiːn], often abbreviated to "benzos") are a class of psychoactive drugs with varying hypnotic, sedative, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, muscle relaxant and amnesic properties, which are mediated by slowing down the central nervous system. Benzodiazepines are useful in treating anxiety, insomnia, agitation, seizures, and muscle spasms, as well as alcohol withdrawal. They can also be used before certain medical procedures such as endoscopies or dental work where tension and anxiety are present, and prior to some unpleasant medical procedures in order to induce sedation and amnesia for the procedure. Another use is to counteract anxiety-related symptoms upon initial use of SSRIs and other antidepressants, or as an adjunctive treatment. Recreational stimulant users often use benzodiazepines as a means of "coming down" (see: Drug abuse). Benzodiazepines are also used to treat the panic that can be caused by hallucinogen intoxication.
Chantix is not a benzodiazapine. It is a medication that partially "binds" to the parts of our brains (the receptors) that really like nicotine. The scientific term for this t…ype of medication is: partial nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonist. In the most basic of explanations, the medication fools the brain into thinking that it's already at least partially happy without the drug, nicotine. It is important to note that Chantix is NOT nicotine. It just tells the brain that it doesn't need so much nicotine any more. Over time, people can actually stop using tobacco products to deliver nicotine to the brain. Once that has occurred, they can eventually come off the medication. This process eases the uncomfortable effects of nicotine withdrawal... which all tobacco users know as the most horrible part of quitting.