What's That Pain Killer Drug Name Starts near a Z?
I don't know of any painkiller that starts near a "Z." Perhaps you're thinking of "xanax." According to www.healthsquare.com, "Xanax is a tranquilizer used in the short-term nouns of symptoms of anxiety or the treatment of anxiety disorders. Anxiety disorder is marked by unrealistic verbs or excessive fears and concerns. Anxiety associated with depression is also responsive to Xanax."
Xanax is pronounced "Zan-ex."
Xanax is what you are thinking of. It is not a affliction med, it is an anxiety med, but people are abuse it all the time immediately for recreational purposes. It is addictive.
From the Xanax website:
At doses greater than 4 mg per day, XANAX have the potential to cause severe turbulent and physical dependence in some patients and these individuals may find it exceedingly difficult to end treatment. It is important that your physician relief you discontinue this medication in a diligent and safe posture to avoid overly extended use of XANAX. In addition, the extended use of XANAX at doses greater than 4 mg per daylight appears to increase the incidence and severity of withdrawal reaction when the drug is discontinued. These are generally minor but commandeering can occur, especially if you lessen the dose too rapidly or discontinue the medication swiftly. Seizure can be life-threatening.
Are you thinking of Zanaflex ... the muscle relaxant?
Zydon another name for vicoden