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Explain Tranquilizers - Chemistry

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Explain Tranquilizers

Define Tranquilizers

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Solution 1

Tranquilizers:
The chemical substances used to relieve or reduce the stress and anxiety leading to calmness are called tranquilizers. They affect the mechanism for the transfer of
message from nerve to receptors.
eg. Equanil, Valium, Chlordiazepoxide, Meprobamate, Veronal, Serotonin, etc. are mild tranquilizers.

Solution 2

Tranquilizers: The drugs which are useful for the treatment of mental stress, mild or acute mental disorders are known as tranquilizers. These are neurologically active drugs. 
Example: Chlordiazepoxide.

Concept: Drugs and Their Classification
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