Translation of tranquilizer in Spanish:


sedante, n.

(British tranquillizer)

Pronunciation /ˈtraŋkwɪlʌɪzə//ˈtræŋkwəˌlaɪzər/


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    sedante masculine
    tranquilizante masculine
    to be on tranquilizers estar tomando sedantes / tranquilizantes
    • In addition, there was no reported use of heroin and only 2 participants reported any use of sedatives or tranquilizers in the past year.
    • Cannabis remained the most frequently found drug, followed by tranquillisers such as valium, then opiates and cocaine.
    • Minor tranquilizers, (milder than tranquilizers of the chlorpromazine family), were developed from the same molecule that had changed somewhat after long storage.
    • The smallest possible dose of a tranquilizer or narcotic medicine should be used.
    • Those nine substances are sedatives, amphetamines, analgesics, tranquilizers, inhalants, marijuana, cocaine, hallucinogens, and heroin.
    • These can include tranquillisers, particularly benzodiazepines.
    • The most common drug abuse disorders involved marijuana, followed by cocaine, amphetamines, hallucinogens, opioids, sedatives, tranquilizers, and inhalants.
    • It is vital to get the whole story, because symptomatic treatment for any of these complaints, e.g. sleeping pills, tranquilizers, or narcotics, could be worse than no treatment at all.
    • Sedatives, tranquilizers, and ergotamine medicines also can cause rebound headache.
    • In the more severe cases, tranquilizers and antidepressant drugs have been reported to be of benefit.
    • Other studies have shown that barbiturates and tranquillisers given with analgesics contribute nothing to pain relief.
    • Medications prescribed most frequently for this population are psychoactive drugs such as sleeping pills, tranquilizers, and anti-depressants.
    • Certain drugs such as benzodiazepines, which are tranquillisers and hypnotics.
    • And then the lower tier, class C, which comprise non-arrestable offenses, are steroids and tranquilizers, benzodiazepines and so on.
    • Sedatives and tranquilizers also may help you stop scratching, but your doctor will want to monitor your use of these substances because they can be addictive.
    • Governments' lists of essential drugs should include antidepressants, antipsychotics, antiepileptics, and tranquillisers, many of which are affordable even in low income countries.
    • Mixing alcohol with other drugs such as tranquilizers, sleeping pills, pain killers, and antihistamines can be very dangerous, even fatal.
    • Certain drugs such as diuretics, high blood pressure meds, tranquilizers, antidepressants and antihistamines lower the flow of saliva.
    • Anxiety is often a symptom of another mental health problem, such as depression, personality disorder, alcohol misuse or withdrawal from long-term use of tranquillisers.
    • Alcohol also increases the effects of tranquilizers or barbiturates.