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Ammunition can be chosen to reduce the risk of overpenetration ; see Terminal ballistics, Stopping power, and Hollow point bullet.
Stopping chronic alcohol use can also lead to severe insomnia with vivid dreams.
Stopping an activity at the first sign of fatigue can prevent sports related injuries.
Stopping the progression of the scoliosis can prevent the loss of function in many activities of daily living by maintaining range of motion, preventing deformity of the rib cage, and reducing pain during activities such as bending or lifting.
Stopping down the rear lens introduces a lot of transverse CA and can cause inverted perspective, so that things closer to the lens look smaller.
Stopping the violence against women can only happen if societies are made aware of their importance in eradicating adversaries that hinder prosperity among nations and the protection of basic human rights.
* Stopping Time: What can you do in a billionth of a billionth of a second?

Stopping and cause
Stopping power is the ability of a firearm or other weapon to cause a penetrating ballistic injury to a target ( human or animal ) enough to incapacitate the target where it stands.
Stopping this medication suddenly after prolonged or frequent use usually does not cause withdrawal effects such as mood changes, anxiety, restlessness, or rebound insomnia unlike other drugs such as Ambien.

Stopping and .
Stopping the cars at a fork in the road, he got out, paced off a certain distance to a spot between two shrub-covered sand hills, and indicated a location.
* Stopping Guinea ’ s slide.
Stopping street crime in the global village.
Stopping for a closer look, Roberto Marin liked what he saw and promptly recruited Clemente to play softball with the Sello Rojo Team.
* " Stopping distance visibility " should be at least 70 m on roads designed for 60 km / h, rising to 300 m on roads designed for 140 km / h.
Stopping distances were reduced in most of the tests compared with locked wheel braking, particularly on slippery surfaces, in which the improvement could be as much as 30 percent.
According to Ojibwa oral history, Spirit Island, located near the Spirit Valley neighborhood, was the " Sixth Stopping Place " where the northern and southern branches of the Ojibwa Nation came together and then proceeded to their " Seventh Stopping Place " near the present city of La Pointe, Wisconsin.
* " There ’ s No Stopping the Rise of E-Money ," by David G. W.
Stopping to knock on the door, he is greeted by a young Fairy with Turquoise Hair, who says she is dead and waiting to be taken.
We do not understand Robert Frost's " Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening " to be about a horse-and-wagon journey but about life.
Stopping by Mickey's closed gym, Rocky is confronted by his former nemesis Apollo Creed ( Carl Weathers ), who has witnessed the fight as a guest analyst, and offers to help train him for a rematch with Lang in exchange for " a big favor.
Stopping in Arezzo he became embroiled in a love affair with the wife of one of Lorenzo de ’ Medici ’ s cousins.
* Stopping High Inflation ( ed.
Stopping off to refuel on the way, Porco discovers that the new Fascist government are beginning to hire seaplane pirates for their own use, thus putting him out of business.
Band members Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson recorded the song " Ain't no Stopping us Now " for the 1996 film The Associate starring Whoopi Goldberg.
By the time of Minnie the Moocher ( 1932 ), Betty Boop was in a class of her own, and by August 1932, starting with Stopping the Show, the Talkartoon series was renamed as Betty Boop Cartoons ; by now, as noted from even the opening song from Stopping the Show, Betty clearly became the self-proclaimed " Queen of the Animated Screen.
Stop or Stopping mutes are unique to the French horn.

benzodiazepine and treatment
There is a risk of a benzodiazepine withdrawal and rebound syndrome after continuous usage for longer than two weeks, and tolerance and dependence may occur if patients stay under this treatment for longer.
The APA guidelines state that, in general, pharmacotherapy of panic disorder should be continued for at least a year, and that clinical experience support continuing benzodiazepine treatment to prevent recurrence.
Caution is exercised in this situation due to the occasional occurrence of respiratory depression, and it is recommended that benzodiazepine overdose treatment facilities should be available.
Diazepam 2 mg and 5 mg diazepam tablets, which are commonly used in the treatment of benzodiazepine withdrawal.
One study found that only 10 % of the patient population presenting with a benzodiazepine overdose are suitable candidates for treatment with flumazenil.
An important adjunct treatment includes controlling agitation with benzodiazepine sedation.
Cyproheptadine is a useful alternative to benzodiazepine hypnotics in the treatment of insomnia.
Long-term effects of benzodiazepines include tolerance, dependence, a benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome, red eye, and cognitive impairments which may not completely reverse after cessation of treatment ; however, for most patients, cognitive impairment is not severe.
Catatonia due to abrupt or too rapid withdrawal from benzodiazepines, as part of the benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome, should also respond to lorazepam treatment.
If regular treatment is continued for longer than this, dose increases may be necessary to maintain effects, but treatment-resistant symptoms may in fact be benzodiazepine withdrawal symptoms.
The decision may be made to hospitalize high risk patients until remission or to prescribe an additional sedating drug like a benzodiazepine or Chlorprothixene for 2 – 4 weeks of initial treatment with Maprotiline ( until significant remission ).
If treatment has to be stopped at once due to medical reasons, the use of a benzodiazepine ( e. g. lorazepam, clonazepam, or alprazolam ) for a maximum of 4 weeks as needed will usually suppress withdrawal symptoms.
), barbiturates, and the benzodiazepine, temazepam, are notorious for producing this effect ; in an overdose, an individual may cease breathing entirely ( go into respiratory arrest ) which is rapidly fatal without treatment.
Susceptible individuals may respond to benzodiazepine treatment with an increase in anxiety, aggressiveness, agitation, confusion, disinhibition, loss of impulse control, talkativeness, violent behavior, and even convulsions.
It has been used as an antidote in the treatment of benzodiazepine overdoses.
" The author concluded that more independent research into daytime impairment, infection, cancer, and shortening of lives of sedative hypnotic users is needed to find the true balance of benefits and risks of benzodiazepine agonist hypnotic drugs in the treatment of insomnia.
Oxazepam is a benzodiazepine used extensively since the 1960s for the treatment of anxiety and insomnia and in the control of symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.
It may also be used to treat seizures in horses when benzodiazepine treatment has failed or is contraindicated.
Perhaps, the decision is made to hospitalize high-risk patients until remission or to prescribe an additional sedating drug like a benzodiazepine or chlorprothixene for 2 – 4 weeks of initial treatment with Doxepin ( until significant remission ).
If treatment has to be stopped at once due to medical reasons, the use of a benzodiazepine ( e. g. Lorazepam, Clonazepam, or Alprazolam ) for a maximum of 4 weeks as needed will usually suppress withdrawal symptoms.
Today, the benzodiazepine of choice is lorazepam for initial treatment due to its relatively long ( 2 – 8 hr ) duration of action when injected, and its rapid onset of action, which is thought to be due to its high affinity for GABA receptors and to its low lipid solubility, which causes it to remain in the vascular compartment.
" The author concluded that more independent research into daytime impairment, infection, cancer, and shortening of lives of sedative hypnotic users is needed to find the true balance of benefits and risks of benzodiazepine agonist hypnotic drugs in the treatment of insomnia.
In animals and humans, fipronil poisoning is characterized by vomiting, agitation, and seizures, and can usually be managed through supportive care and early treatment of seizures ; generally benzodiazepine use.
Quazepam due to its selectivity for type1 benzodiazepine receptors and long half life does not cause day time anxiety rebound effects during treatment, showing that half life is very important for determining whether a night time hypnotic will cause next day rebound withdrawal effects or not.

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