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Re: difference between benzodiazapines darkling

Posted by Zo on October 3, 2001, at 16:32:51

In reply to difference between benzodiazapines, posted by darkling on October 3, 2001, at 11:25:50

Every single benzo I've tried has been different, different onsit, different hit, different next day. I could describe them all, but they might all be different for you. One can generalize. . .Klonopin is known to have anti-seisure properties, which are helpful to more than epileptics. Ativan is a nice weak one, for when you just need a little nudge to fall asleep. Valium gave me markedly increased congition the next day! Neither Sonata (benzo?) or Amiben had a shred of effect. If I can't sleep on 3 Restoril/tamazepam. . .I'm probably manic. Xanax used to be my mainstay, and all I had to see me thru a number of suidical years. Yada yada. ..

Hope this helps,
Zo


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