Which of the following drugs is a tranquillizer and sedative?
Tranquillizers reduce anxiety and tension. They are also called psychotropic drugs. These are of two types: (a) Sedative: The drugs used for violent and mentally agitated patients e.g., equanil and diazepam. (b) Antidepressant: The drugs are used to patients who are highly depressed and lose self confidence e.g., tofranil, vitalin, amphetamines, etc.