Benzodiazepine Side Effects

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Chinaman Says:
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I have been talking diazepam and sometimes xanax for about 5 years, usually to relax and help me sleep, but the odd time they would make you feel angry and a bad temper, anyone else have this issue?

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Eddy Says:

I blame my anger on the guy running our Country, but perhaps you might need a mood stabilizer like an SSRI? Talk with your Doc

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VerFree Says:

That is a known side effect of Benzodiazepines, along with nausea, headache, and the risk of being habit forming.

It really depends on how severe it is, some people have to stop taking them, and switch to an alternative class of medications. I experienced that side effect from Xanax, but did okay on the Diazepam, when I took them for anxiety.

How often does this occur?

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Curtis Says:
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its Not the meds it’s the anger , anger management for all Democrats. R revert to world best republicans and save urself and medication. It’s a win , win. ??

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Chinaman Says:
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Re: VerFree (# 2)

Yes think your right, mostly when talking xanax bars which are mixed with god knows what,cheers

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