What is Doral?

Doral is a benzodiazepine, which is part of the class of drugs called central nervous system depressants. Doral is prescribed to treat insomnia, usually for no longer than 10 days. The medicine acts upon brain chemicals to slow down the central nervous system and control sleep. Doral is available only by prescription and is taken orally. The generic name for Doral is quazepam.

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