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Benzodiazepine Abuse (cont.)

Benzodiazepine Abuse Prevention

As is true in the prevention and treatment of most health problems, knowledge is power in preventing benzodiazepine abuse. Specifically, for example, educating individuals who are either being newly treated with benzodiazepines or have been prescribed a benzodiazepine for some time seem to be more often able to be appropriately taken off the medication when provided with sound information and encouraged to actively participate in the care for their condition and treatment.

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Since initial development in the 1950s, benzodiazepine has become popular in the treatment of various medical disorders and as a drug of abuse.

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