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As the crisis continues, a close-up shot shows Dion's face glistening with silent tears as she wails in pain. In the scene, she receives benzodiazepine nasal spray, her physician Dr. Amanda Piquet, director of the autoimmune neurology program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, tells TODAY.com. It is a depressant drug that relieves anxiety and reduces muscle spasms.