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anxiety attacks what should i take

I have taken Serax for anxiety attacks, works great but now insurance will no longer cover that medication. They recommend Xanax which I am highly allergic to, or Buspar which I read is mainly for long term use.I need something when I feel an anxiety attack coming on, not something I have to take all day every day. ## Hello, Sandra! How are you? There are other options, in addition to Xanax and Serax, such as Ativan and Diazepam, both of which work the same way, so you can take them as needed and they are both also available as generics, as well as the name brands. The issue with them, however, is that they do have the potential to be habit forming, which is why many doctors prefer something such as Buspar, which you take daily to keep anxiety under control, but doesn't have that sa...

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alternative for serax

Serax and Oxazepan are no longer covered by my Rx program. Is there an Rx that provides similar results ## This is a Benzodiazepine derivative, so yes, there are quite a few other options available. You will need to speak to your doctor though, to figure out which would be the best alternative for you. ## it just came to my attention that serzone is non-available. how can i stop this medication without side-effects...thank you

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Cerax

use to treat anxiety stress andsleeping disorder ## Serax contains the active ingredient Oxazepam, which is a Benzodiazpeine that is used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Learn more: Are there any other comments or questions?

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GG 507

capsule white with black and red stripes GG 507 ## This pill is generic Serax 30 mg made by Sandoz. Its chemical name is oxazepam. It is a benzodiazepine drug. Some common benzodiazepines other than oxazepam include Valium (diazepam, Xanax (alprazolam), Klonopin (clonazepam), Halcion (triazolam), Rohypnol (Flunitrazepam), and Ativan (lorazepam); there are many many other benzodiazepines in existance besides these that are just not marketed at this time. The primary use of oxazepam is to treat anxiety disorders, particularly panic attacks. Oxazepam is a short half life, fast acting benzodiazepine like alprazolam and lorazepam making it very useful to abort panic attacks. It is relatively mild (30 mg oxazepam = 10 mg diazepam = 0.5 mg alprazolam = 40 mg chlordiazepoxide). Oxazepam is aval...

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