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Re: Ashton Rocks! A lot of rocks!

Posted by Squiggles on February 6, 2007, at 17:47:20

In reply to Re: Ashton Rocks! A lot of rocks!, posted by dbc on February 6, 2007, at 17:36:16

> > All benzos can interfere with memory, this is not unique to clon.
> Uh yeah, every last benzo is capable of causing your brain to stop encoding short term memories. Xanax is famous for this especially with recreational users who drink with it.

Wikipedia (which I grant is not the be-all of
authoritative medical literature) says that
clonazepam has a stronger "amnesic" effect
than other benzos. I have not made a study
of all the other benzos, but I do recall some
people here saying that clonazepam affects their
memory or makes their thinking fuzzy.





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