There are 10 Medications that may be used to treat alcohol-induced disorders.
Methotrexate should be avoided if you have alcohol-induced disorders unless specifically instructed by your physician. If you have alcohol-induced disorders and are taking Methotrexate, speak to your healthcare professional.
Clonidine is classified as a Central alpha-2 Adrenergic Agonist. Clonidine is included in 8 brands sold in the US including Catapres, Catapres-TTS-1 and Catapres-TTS-2
Clorazepate is more commonly known as the brand Tranxene.
Diazepam is classified as a Benzodiazepine. Diazepam, more commonly known as the brands Diastat and Valium, may be used to treat Alcohol-Induced Disorders.
Hydroxocobalamin is classified as an Antidote. Hydroxocobalamin is more commonly known as the brand Cyanokit.
Oxazepam is classified as a Benzodiazepine.
Thiamine is included in 23 brands sold in the US including Concept OB, Dialyvite 800 and Dialyvite 800 with Iron
Vitamin B 12
Vitamin B 12 is classified as a Vitamin B12. Vitamin B 12 is included in 59 brands sold in the US including Animi-3, Animi-3 with Vitamin D and B-12 Resin