Definition of Anxiolysis. Meaning of Anxiolysis. Synonyms of Anxiolysis

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Meaning of Anxiolysis from wikipedia

- anxiotropic compounds or agents. Some recreational drugs such as alcohol induce anxiolysis initially; however, studies show that many of these drugs are anxiogenic...
- anesthetic technique where a mild dose of sedation is applied to induce anxiolysis (anxiety relief), hypnosis, and anterograde amnesia (inability to form...
- dopamine in the brain, providing stimulatory effects in addition to the anxiolysis. Subsequent research has found that it is also a potent blocker of α2δ...
- by many states. There are typically dosing limitations involved with anxiolysis, usually a single dose the day of treatment not to exceed the maximum...
- insomnia Use as a preoperative medication to produce anaesthesia and anxiolysis in short surgical, diagnostic, or therapeutic procedures which are minimally...
- withdrawal. It is also used as a premedication for inducing sedation, anxiolysis, or amnesia before certain medical procedures (e.g., endoscopy). In 2020...
- sensitivity to pain (beyond the pain the drug is taken to reduce), euphoria, anxiolysis, feelings of relaxation, and respiratory depression. Common side effects...
- relaxed and less tense. Examples of these kinds of effects may include anxiolysis, sedation, and hypotension. Depressants are widely used throughout the...
- young adults. When depressants are used, effects often include ataxia, anxiolysis, pain relief, sedation or somnolence, and cognitive/memory impairment...
- & antagonists ↑) Other 5-HT receptors 5-HT3 593 Emesis (agonists ↑); anxiolysis (antagonists ↑). 5-HT4 125.89 Movement of food across the GI tract (agonists...
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