A benzodiazepine. It is a med belonging to the class called benzodiazepines, more common ones are ativan, valium, Xanax (alprazolam) etc... It is still in use, but less often than above. Also has addictive potential as above as well. It is used for anxiety or to suppress seizure. If you are using it, I would suggest that you consult with your doc for assessment regularly. Good luck.
4 anxiety or seizure. It is an anxiolytic/anticonvulsant--means it treats anxiety and can be useful to treat seizure (convulsion). It is an older medication, but still in use today. It also has addictive potential common to others in same class such as valium, Ativan (lorazepam) etc... There are better anxiety/seizure treatments, so if you have such, consult doc for eval/treatment. Good luck.
Anxiolytic. It is most often used to treat anxiety and sleep disorders.
Clorazepate. Clorazepate (brand name, tranxene) is one of the many medications that can cause hiccups as a side effect. Its other benzodiazepine relatives can do this also.
Tranxene (clorazepate) It is an anxiolytic that works on the GABA receptors in the brain.