Stelazine advertisement, 1960.|
Psychosomatics, Vol. 1, No. 1.
IN ANXIETY -- RELAXATION RATHER THAN DROWSINESS     STELAZINE brand of trifluoperazine
'Stelazine' has little if any soporific effect.
"... patients who reported drowsiness as a side effect mentioned that they did not fall asleep when they lay down for a daytime nap.
It is quite possible that, in some instances, 'drowsiness' was confused with unfamiliar feelings of relaxation."(1)
'Stelazine' is outstanding among tranquilizers because it relieves anxiety whether expressed as agitation and tension or as apathy, listlessness and emotional fatigue.
Available for use in everyday practice: Tablets, 1 mg. in bottles of 50 and 500; and 2 mg., in bottles of 50.
1. Goddard, E.S.; in Trifluoperazine, Further Clinical and Laboratory Studies, Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1959.
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