Six Untold Secrets of Benzodiazepine Protracted Withdrawal Syndrome

It cannot be too strongly stressed that withdrawal symptoms can be minimized and largely avoided by slow tapering, tailored to the individual's needs. However, some long-term benzodiazepine users begin to experience "withdrawal" symptoms even though they continue taking the drug. This is due to the development of drug tolerance which sometimes leads doctors to increase... Continue Reading →

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Proven Truth’ About Benzodiazepines

Concerns about prescription medication abuse have led to the creation of remediation plans directed to reduce overuse, multiple prescribers, and diversion of prescribed drugs.One such plan One Effective Plan from the United Kingdom, described below, has shown it is possible to taper a patient off of benzodiazepines. Before starting a tapering plan, inform the patient... Continue Reading →

What I Know about Mental Health and Substance abuse

What you Dont Know about Mental Health and Substance Abuse It's not uncommon for Mental Health Disorders, to be accompanied by Substance abuse. I write this post, from personnal experience. Anxiety, General Anxiety disorder (GAD), Depression, Bipolar Disorder sometimes are not always treated properly, or they go untreated altogether. Sometimes people treated with these disorders... Continue Reading →

Dirty Facts About Generalized Anxiety Disorder Revealed

The Upside to Generalized Anxiety Disorder If you believe you are possibly experiencing anxiety disorder, you also need to proceed to learning about the extremity of your problem. As anxiety disorders spell trouble for millions one ought to reconsider their position and search for the very best medicine for anxiety. Virtually anyone may be affected... Continue Reading →

Here’s What I Know About Prescription Fraud

The Argument About Prescription Fraud Protecting the integrity of information is particularly critical for anti-fraud. Other legislation would call for electronic prescriptions for opioids to lessen prescription fraud. The testimony of the prescribing physician may also be very beneficial.  Prescription fraud is quite a complex healthcare crime. Your dependence shouldn't be an addiction. The pain... Continue Reading →

When Anxiety and ADHD Occur Together

It’s not uncommon for individuals with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to struggle with anxiety, whether it’s several symptoms or a full-blown disorder. In fact, about 30 to 40 percent of people with ADHD have an anxiety disorder, which includes “obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, phobias, social anxiety and panic disorder,” according to Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D, a... Continue Reading →

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