Benzodiazepines – Research What You’re Putting Into Your Body

By | November 20, 2015

Thank you to John Rockovich who allowed me to use his footage in this video. There are many different reasons a psychiatrist/physician may prescribe his or her patient a benzodiazepine (such as Ativan, Xanax, Klonopin, Valium etc). However, the truth of the matter is that many of them prescribe them as if they’re safe and effective on a long-term basis and according to many users on online support groups; they were never told of their addictive nature. While everyone handles this class of drug differently, many struggle with it after long-term use. These drugs are not meant for long-term use by any means. After an individual is on the drug for a certain amount of time, they begin to gain tolerance and your dosage will have to increase so you don’t go into tolerance withdrawal. Now is the time to let go of these drugs. They’re only bad news. Listed below are some websites to help you research the negative aspects of benzodiazepines.



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One thought on “Benzodiazepines – Research What You’re Putting Into Your Body

  1. laaxe

    Thank you for posting this! It After having been through 7 years "prescribed" Klonopin/Ativan use, with only a 6 day taper 14 months ago, I can say there are few other drugs so casually prescribed, which cause so much damage to the brain. It's been determined that over 50% of long term patients experience horrific withdrawal symptoms, and those are the few who've simply decided they no longer need, or want to be reliant on them. There are millions still on them who haven't a clue. Thank's again!

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