Medication Treatment of Anxiety

March, 2006 | Vol: 4 Issue: 3

In this issue


Medications for Panic Disorder: An Update

Alright, we can see you stifling that yawn, and we know what you’re thinking: “What on earth is there to say about treating panic disorder other than to use SSRIs or benzos?” Well, we’re up for the challenge!

Benzodiazepines are Bad. Or Are They?

Nobody doubts that benzodiazepines (“benzos” or BZs) are effective in treating a wide range of anxiety disorders, but many believe that they are addictive, difficult and perhaps dangerous to stop taking, and that they cover up anxiety instead of truly treating it. Let’s take a closer look at each of the concerns.

Expert QA

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