The ASAP Dictionary of Anxiety and Panic Disorders

Acetaminophen - an over-the-counter pain medication which sometimes is helpful with headaches, muscle or joint pain associated with anxiety disorders. Brand names include Tylenol.

Adapin - see Doxepin.

Adepril - see Amitryptiline.

Adofen - see Fluoxetine.

Advil - see Ibuprofen.

Alboral - see Diazepam.

Alcelam - see Alprazolam.

Alepam - see Oxazepam.

Aliseum - see Diazepam.

Allegron - see Nortryptyline.

Allergron - see Nortryptyline.

Almazine - see Lorazepam.

Alodorm - see Nitrazepam.

Alopam - see Doxepin.

Alplax - see Alprazolam.

Alpram - see Alprazolam.

Alprax - see Alprazolam.

Alprazolam - a BDZ medication. As a potent and fast acting medication, alprazolam seems best used to treat episodic attacks on a PRN basis. Starting adult dosage is typically under 1-mg; however, dosages as high as 5-mg or more per day are not uncommon. Brand names include Alcelam, Alplax, Alpram, Alprax, Alprazolam Intensol, Alprox, Alzolam, Anpress, Ansiopax, Cassadan, Constan, Frontal, Kalma, Pharnax, Prinox, Ralozam, Solanax, Tafil, Trankimazin, Tricalma, Valeans, Xanagis, Xanax, Xanor, Zacetin, Zanapam, Zenax, Zolarem, Zoldac, Zoldax, Zotran.

Alprazolam Intensol - see Alprazolam.

Alprox - see Alprazolam.

Alupram - see Diazepam.

Alzolam - see Alprazolam.

Amicen - see Amitryptiline.

Amilent - see Amitryptiline.

Amilit - see Amitryptiline.

Amineurin - see Amitryptiline.

Amiplin - see Amitryptiline.

Amiprin - see Amitryptiline.

Amiprol - see Diazepam.

Amitid - see Amitryptiline.

Amitril - see Amitryptiline.

Amitrip - see Amitryptiline.

Amitryptiline - a TCA medication. Usual starting dosage 25 mg, and usual therapeutic dosage 100 to 250 mg. Brand names include Adepril, Amicen, Amilent, Amilit, Amineurin, Amiplin, Amiprin, Amitid, Amitril, Amitrip, Amyline, Amyzol, Anapsique, Apo-Amitriptyline, Domical, Elatrol, Elatrolet, Elavil, Emitrip, Enafon, Endep, Enovil, Etravil, Lantron, Laroxyl, Larozyl, Lentizol, Levate, Miketorin, Mutabon D, Novoprotect, Novotriptyn, Pinsanu, Pinsaun, Quietal, Redomex, Saroten Retard, Saroten, Sarotena, Sarotex, Syneudon, Teperin, Trepiline, Tridep, Tripta, Triptizol, Trynol, Tryptal, Tryptalette, Tryptanol, Tryptine, Tryptizol, Trytanol, Trytomer, Uxen, Vanatrip.

Amoxapine - a TCA medication. Brand names include Asendin.

Amyline - see Amitryptiline.

Amyzol - see Amitryptiline.

Anafranil - see Clomipramine.

Anapsique - see Amitryptiline.

Anlin - see Diazepam.

Anpress - see Alprazolam.

Ansial - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Ansiced - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Ansiolin - see Diazepam.

Ansiopax - see Alprazolam.

Ansitec - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Anten - see Doxepin.

Antenex - see Diazepam.

Antidep - see Imipramine.

Anxicalm - see Diazepam.

Anxiedin - see Lorazepam.

Anxinil - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Anxiolan - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Anxionil - see Diazepam.

Anxira - see Lorazepam.

Anzepam - see Lorazepam.

Aplacasse - see Lorazepam.

Aplacassee - see Lorazepam.

Apo-Amitriptyline - see Amitryptiline.

Apo-Chlordiazepoxide - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Apo-diazepam - see Diazepam.

Apo-Imipramine - see Imipramine.

Apo-Lorazepam - see Lorazepam.

Aponal - see Doxepin.

Apozepam - see Diazepam.

Aripax - see Lorazepam.

Armonil - see Diazepam.

Aropax - see Paroxetine.

Arsitran - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Arzepam - see Diazepam.

Asendin - see Amoxapine.

Assival - see Diazepam.

Ateben - see Nortryptyline.

Atensine - see Diazepam.

Ativan - see Lorazepam.

Atruline - see Sertraline.

Aurorix - see Moclobemide.

Aventyl - see Nortryptyline.

Aventyl HCl - see Nortryptyline.

Azedipamin - see Diazepam.

Azurogen - see Lorazepam.

The ASAP Dictionary of Anxiety and Panic Disorders