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Re: benzo vs beta blocker

Posted by sdb on October 19, 2006, at 21:05:36

In reply to benzo vs beta blocker, posted by saturn on October 18, 2006, at 21:55:54

Interestingly diazepam has slight cardiodepressant action. Your heart will beat "smoother".

Nadolol (betablocker) is an option for longterm treatment. It is indicated for migraine prophylaxis and longterm antihypertensive. It does not cross blood-brain barrier easily and it is not metabolized.

The bad thing is that if you have once taken a benzo you will not be willing to do it without anymore. You will simply become lazy to anxiety provoking situations.




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