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 →

The Benzo story, We don’t know what to do because we don’t understand

It had been much too big and too fast and that I went into viscous cycle. My symptoms were as follows: severe agitation/anxiety, intrusive thoughts, nausea, heart palpitations/pounding, nausea/vomiting, intense cold rhythms, a burning feeling in my arms along with an icy feeling in my bones, inner restlessness, shallow breathing, and urinary frequency, and more.... Continue Reading →

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