Commonly Asked Questions About Centrax
Centrax, known under the generic name prazepam, is a benzodiazepine used as a short-term treatment for anxiety. Being in the benzodiazepine drug class, Centrax can be habit forming in some patients. If you take Centrax for a long period of time or have a history of substance use disorder, you may be at higher risk for becoming addicted to Centrax. To learn more about Centrax, read some of the commonly asked questions and answers on this page.
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