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Re: Permanent damage from Benzo's?

Posted by linkadge on August 19, 2006, at 16:16:58

In reply to Re: Permanent damage from Benzo's? Tom Twilight, posted by Phillipa on August 19, 2006, at 11:52:58

I would tend to think not. Anything that reduces neuronal excitability has the potential to offer neuroprotection. I know that one doctor uses klonazepam to help with fibromialgia under the assumption that it can bring the brain back to a healing state, and protect against excitotoxicity.

The brain will become dependant on the drug, but I'd think they're less likely to alter the way the brain works than say antidepressants.

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