from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Preventing or reducing anxiety; antianxiety.
- n. An antianxiety medication; a tranquilizer.
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- adj. That reduces anxiety; tranquilizing
- n. A drug prescribed for the treatment of symptoms of anxiety.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a tranquilizer used to relieve anxiety and reduce tension and irritability
- adj. anxiety relieving
Endocannabinoids mediate anxiolytic-like effect of acetaminophen via CB1 receptors.
Mortality hazard associated with anxiolytic and hypnotic drug use in the national population health survey.
The acute antipanic and anxiolytic activity of aerobic exercise in patients with panic disorder and healthy control subjects.
One of these, cannabidiol, is already noted in research as an effective antipsychotic and anxiolytic (anti-anxiety drug), while not producing the “high” or intoxication of THC.Frater Plotter(Quote)
In the meantime, there is something anti-anxiolytic about my delayed visual and auditory tracking.
(The extracts, primarily THC and the non-psychoactive, anxiolytic compound CBD, are taken directly from marijuana plants grown at an undisclosed, company warehouse.)
Maybe Janssen could branch out, do anxiolytic potato chips, a Ben and Jerry's SSRI Swirl, piperazine pretzels?
The effect is in the same class anxiolytic as Xanax and Valium, but considerably weaker.
As patients refilled their anxiolytic and antidepressant prescriptions, Rachel realized that she, too, was anxious and depressed.
In the end I wrote her a prescription for an alternative anxiolytic — essentially, Xanax with a different molecular side chain — hoping the new brand name, if not the drug itself, would have a useful effect.