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humans ingesting horse tranquilizers, what are the adverse effects, please?

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Dr. Michelle Zetoony
Sleep Medicine 18 years experience
Vet medication: Many of the same medications are used for patients and animals. The differences can be dosages and also the fact that the fda does not as tightly regulate the medication. There are medications used in vet medication and not for humans because of implications for long-term side effects that may not be an issues for animals but are for humans, many of these have to do w/ neurologic changes.

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How common is prescription tranquilizer abuse?

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Dr. Nabil Moufarrej
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Addiction: Tranquilizers can be just as likely to cause dependence as other addictive medications.
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A 28-year-old male asked:

What is the definition or description of: tranquilizer?

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Dr. Christopher Wilson
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CNS suppressant : A tranquilizer is a chemical that supresses central nervous system activity.
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Which chemicals are used in tranquilizers? How do they work?

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Dr. John Moranville
Psychiatry 36 years experience
Generic term: There are many different medicine which may be classified as tranquilizers. In general they are divided into minor including benzodiazepines and others and major such as chlorpromazine and other antipsychotics or barbiturates

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