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The statistics show that people of Peshawar, Karachi, Quetta, Lahore and Faisalabad use most tranquilizers respectively; the proportion of anti-stress drug use in these cities was 28% in 2012, which increased to 31% in 2013 and climbed by 35% to 40% during two early months of this year.
The system will include all entities licensed to use tranquilizers, and will be linked with beneficiaries to enable the SFDA to control and follow up on these medications, according to the source.
Tone is able to weave together sources such as newspaper accounts, popular media representations, and letters from consumers to give us images of Americans devouring tranquilizers at midcentury.
The book looks at how tranquilizers supported social stability in post-World War II America, an age marked by atomic anxiety, economic expansion, and family strain prompted by a baby boom and rapid suburbanization.
Many Gazans have turned to tranquilizers and drugs to cope with the burdens of life and the tight Israel-imposed embargo on the enclave, a phenomenon the de facto Hamas government has been trying to combat, the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT reported Thursday.
Many of them, like Berle, were high-achieving men who saw tranquilizers as a badge of hard work.
The president of Carter Products was initially not enthusiastic; he did not see much of a market for tranquilizers.
The service is a response to research by the Health Insurance Commission, which discovered that more than 22,000 Australians were visiting at least 10 doctors annually to obtain prescriptions for painkillers and tranquilizers.
She spends her waking hours plotting revenge and buying tranquilizers from the Dragon, a wicked sea monster.
As reported by HealthDayNews, these family caregivers experience significant anxiety and depression upon institutionalization of a relative with dementia; their use of tranquilizers for anxiety increases, and nearly half of the caregivers in the study were at risk for developing clinical depression.
Tranquilizers and barbiturates are used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, and sleep disorders.