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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tranquilizers Olivia Lasater If prescribed by a psychiatrist, Tranquilizers are legal drugs. But if they are gotten fromanother source, besides being illegal, it may be harmful toyour health. There are two different types of tranquilizers; Major, and minor. Major Tranquilizers are usedto treat severe mental illnesses, And minor tranquilizers are used in the treatment of anxiety, tension, panic attacks, and insomnia. Tranquilizers most commonly come in multi-colored pills, tablets, or capsules. But some may come in liquid form. The short-term effects of tranquilizers can cause euphoria. They also slow normal brain function, which may result in slurred speech, shallow breathing, sluggishness, fatigue, disorientation and lack of coordination or dilated pupils. Continued use of tranquilizers can lead to physical dependence of the body. As well as when an individual stops taking them, there can be a rebound effect, possibly leading to seizures and other harmful consequences. Tranquilizers are central nervous system depressant drugs classified as sedative-hypnotics. Tranquilizers are often called downers, benzos, candy, bennies, tranx, and moggies. Sleeping pills may help for a few days or a few weeks. But if you use them for more than a month, they are likely to cause more sleep problems than they solve. The recreational use of tranquilizers can harm your body physically as it interferes with the normal mechanisms. In severe cases, death can occur, especially in the instance of overdose. Sources:
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