Posted by ed_uk2010 on December 3, 2010, at 9:24:17
In reply to Re: Baclofen and anti-anxiety properties?, posted by Chan Fook on December 3, 2010, at 6:56:23
I wouldn't say that baclofen is an anti-anxiety medication. It can certainly cause drowsiness (often to an unpleasant degree) but that's not the same thing. Baclofen frequently makes people feel nauseated and can cause psychiatric adverse effects.
In my opinion, there's no reason to even consider baclofen until you've tried all the standard treatments for anxiety first.