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The project was set up to help people dependent on sleeping pills, such a zopliclone, and tranquillisers, such as diazepam, to quit using them.
In the 80s and 90s, the benzodiazepine tranquilliser, Valium, was used extensively to treat anxiety.
Along with the possibility of tranquillisers and earmuffs, soothing classical music will be pumped through the kennels to drown out the rock music.
Jovana, a young woman from Belgrade, describes how her grandmother often obtained tranquillisers without prescription, which she then handed out to the family.
Then I found out about the MIND tranquilliser withdrawal group.
CITA-the Council for Involuntary Tranquilliser Addiction now known as the Council for Information on Tranquillisers and Anti-depressants - was born from the belief that tranquilliser addiction should be handled separately from, and not linked to, the problems of opiate addiction or alcohol abuse.
Now, after 30 years of tranquillisers mixed with a variety of anti-depressants, the mother-of-six says the drugs have left her physically and mentally handicapped.
A poll of European countries places Ireland at the top as the country with the highest amount of benzodiapine - the medical name for tranquilliser - prescriptions.
Sarah Smith, of the town's Primary Care Trust (PCT), said: "Historically, the Middlesbrough area has experienced high levels of demand for, and prescribing of, anti-depressants and tranquillisers due to many socio-economic factors.
The basis of my argument was that Diazepam is not an anti-depressant but a tranquilliser, which you had incorrectly reported.
PLANS to downgrade cannabis to the same category as tranquillisers such as Valium could save police at least pounds 38 million a year and improve relations with the public, an independent report said today.
A CARPENTER who suffered constant pain after falling through the roof of a shopping centre while doing repairs killed himself with an overdose of tranquillisers, an inquest heard yesterday.
The painkillers (Vicodin, Percodan, and Percocet) and tranquillisers (Xanax, Ativan and Valium) have replaced cocaine and heroin as the trendy drugs.
Q FOR years I was stuck on tranquillisers and my life was chaotic and in turmoil.
Her depression was such that it became necessary for her to visit her doctor for tranquillisers.