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Re: Can anxiety eventually resolve itself?

Posted by med_empowered on December 2, 2005, at 11:22:19

In reply to Re: Can anxiety eventually resolve itself?, posted by linkadge on December 2, 2005, at 10:41:06

It really depends. I think benzos might be the best med for incapacitating anxiety, *if* they're administered properly. The goal of anxiety treatment for most people really should be to handle it mentally, with pharmacological interventions at the most intense, unmanageable points--since benzos work well PRN, this would be an appropriate use of them. But yeah..I think overt signs of anxiety can be dealt with (panic attacks, etc.) w/o drugs and often w/o therapy. More subtle anxiety is sometimes more a personal style than a disorder per se; its probably not something to worry about unless it proves incapacitating.




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