Author: Dianna Wilson

Mental Ward and No Visitors

If you have had even one experience being a patient in a mental ward you will know exactly what I am about to say. No one comes to see you. If you have a baby people come to see you. If you have gallbladder surgery people come to see you. But if you go a little crazy your friends and sometimes family just don’t bother to visit. This has hurt my feelings in the past. Emotionally I have been a wreck and not having any friends to call or visit has been, well just plain sad. The paradox is...

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The Dangers of Benzodiazepine Withdrawals

What Are Benzodiazepine Withdrawals Like? Non-stop panic attacks with shallow breathing, painful muscle tension, memory loss, extreme debilitating anxiety, and the inability to read a sentence in a cheap magazine; these are symptoms of a legal drug withdrawal.  The category of psychiatric drugs that seem the most addicting and thus the most dangerous, include clonazepam (klonopin), lorazepam (ativan), alprazolam (xanax), and diazepam (valium). The above symptoms are just the tip of the iceberg. There is also rapid heartbeat, confusion, paranoia, and delusions. My personal favorite, as if these weren’t bad enough, is tactile hallucinations. For example, one could be laying in their...

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