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22 Is Valium a narcotic?

Is Valium a narcotic?

March 5th, 2012

No. Valium is neither a medical nor a legal narcotic. Instead, Valium is considered a Schedule IV drug, meaning that there is potential for abuse, but Valium is not as dangerous or addictive as many other drugs. More on Valium scheduling and addiction liability here.

14 Does Valium get you high?

Does Valium get you high?

February 12th, 2012

Yes. You can get high on Valium. However, Valium is addictive and has adverse effects which make recreational use dangerous. More on Valium and the high it causes here.

8 Can I get addicted to migraine medications (Xanax and Valium)?

Can I get addicted to migraine medications (Xanax and Valium)?

February 14th, 2011

Both Xanax and Valium are benzodiazepines that have a muscle-relaxing effect. And both drugs have the potential to cause addiction. Dr. Jana Burson, MD presents facts about these medications to help you evaluate Xanax or Valium as migraine headache medicines here.

253 Valium half life: How long does Valium stay in your system

Valium half life: How long does Valium stay in your system

November 7th, 2010

Valium is a long acting benzodiazepine and Valium can stay in your system for days. But how long should you wait before drug testing for Valium? We define Valium half life here and discuss the addictive nature of this central nervous system depressant. Plus, get info about how to evaluate Valium addiction.

16 What is Valium used for?

What is Valium used for?

November 6th, 2010

Learn more about what Valium is, why doctors prescribe it and its addictive-ness. Plus, if you’ve used or abused Valium, discuss what to do next. We answer all questions about Valium and Valium addiction in our comments or via video!

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