Clorazapate

Were you looking for information on Clorazepate? Clorazapate is a common misspelling of clorazepate.
 
Clorazepate is often prescribed for the treatment of anxiety disorders, symptoms of alcohol withdrawal, and partial seizures. As a benzodiazepine, the medication works by enhancing the effects of a specific calming chemical in the brain. As a result, it can reduce anxiety, stop seizures, and cause muscles to relax. Short-acting and long-acting forms of the drug are available. Side effects of clorazepate can include upset stomach, dizziness, and drowsiness.
 
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