Commonly Asked Questions About Serax
Serax is a benzodiazepine medication used to treat patients who have trouble staying asleep or suffer from anxiety. Serax can become habit-forming if not taken as directed. Combining Serax with other drugs or alcohol can also lead to dangerous side effects or overdoses. For answers to the most common questions people have about Serax, read the topics below.
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