Chlorodiazepoxide

Were you looking for information about Chlordiazepoxide? Chlorodiazepoxide is a common misspelling of chlordiazepoxide.
 
Chlordiazepoxide is a drug that is used to treat anxiety and alcohol withdrawal. This prescription medication works by enhancing the calming effects of a certain brain chemical, which causes muscles to relax, reduces anxiety, and causes sleepiness. Chlordiazepoxide is available in capsule form and is usually taken by mouth two to four times a day. Possible side effects include drowsiness, coordination problems, and confusion.
 
(For more information, click Chlordiazepoxide. Topics discussed in this article include how your healthcare provider will determine your dosage, what to do in case of an overdose, and more.)
 
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