Diazepam /daɪˈæzɨpæm/, first marketed as Valium /ˈvæliəm/ by Hoffmann-La Roche, is a benzodiazepine drug. It is commonly used to treat a wide range of conditions, including anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, seizures (including status epilepticus), muscle spasms (such as in tetanus cases), restless legs syndrome, alcohol withdrawal syndrome, benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome, opiate withdrawal syndrome, and Ménière's disease.
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  • Drugged Driving Accidents

    … Just like driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of illegal drugs or certain prescription drugs can be dangerous and potentially result in criminal charges. Drugged driving involves any type of substance that may cause side effects that: Impair depth perception Delay reaction time Affect a person’s physical…

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  • 25 Crash Causes: Drugged Driving

    … drug test. Substances such as cannabis, methamphetamines, and other controlled substances, if found in a driver’s blood or urine, can lead to legal repercussions. Penalties vary from license revocation to up to 7 years of imprisonment for a Class 2 Felony conviction, depending on the offender’s age and past criminal history. How a Chicago Car…

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