Valium & Libriumby Waln Brown
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Valium and Librium are sedatives, further classified as minor tranquilizers. These prescription drugs act as central nervous system depressants. By directly affecting the brain, Valium and Librium relax the large skeletal muscles, causing tranquility or sleepiness (depending on the amount taken). Valium and Librium are two of the most commonly prescribed and abused drugs.
This concise summary of "need-to-know" information about Valium & Librium answers these important questions. What Are Valium And Librium? For What Reasons Are Valium And Librium Prescribed? How Do Valium And Librium Differ? Who Uses Valium And Librium? Why Are Valium And Librium Candidates For Abuse? Are Valium And Librium Dangerous Drugs? What Can Happen, When Valium And Librium Are Taken With Other Drugs? What Are The Side Effects Of Valium And Librium? What Is Withdrawal? What Are Withdrawal Symptoms? Who Can Help Valium And Librium Abuser Quit?
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