Names of Nerve Pills?

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When people refer to 'nerve pills' they are often talking about anti-anxiety medications such as Klonopin, Ativan, Xanax, and BuSpar. These medications help relieve the symptoms of anxiety and panic disorders. There are also nerve pills that treat pain due to spinal cord injuries, and these are called, Beta-Blockers. Any type of nerve related medication is serious and requires a doctors prescription in order to obtain it. Make sure to take the medication exactly how it is prescribed.
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