Dancing in the dark with Danger

When he had an unforeseen temporary health center stay, the treating doctors were reluctant to continue suggesting benzodiazepines at such a high degree while he was in the hospital. When he returned house, in case his clinical problem resulted in one more unanticipated remain, he put with each other an emergency situation health center kit... Continue Reading →

When will we ever learn, Opiates haven’t taught us anything. Are Benzo’s next?

There are communities for those who want to be rid of alcohol or heroin or cocaine. Strangers will high-five you if they see a black plastic “Keep Coming Back” key chain fob or if they hear you saying “I’ve got a year.” Benzos, though, go unnoticed and with very limited discussion. They are popular enough... Continue Reading →

Ten things you need to know about Benzodiazepines

With the current opiate epidemic attention, addiction and withdrawal from Benzodiazepines (Xanax. Klonopin, Ativan) receive very little ink. I can tell you from personal experience withdrawing from these medications is nothing short of hell. I was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety disorder decades ago. Subsequently, I was prescribed Klonopin. It worked great, relieved most of my... Continue Reading →

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