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Re: Which benzo has the least cognitive side effects? rjlockhart37

Posted by Tom2228 on October 6, 2019, at 0:18:53

In reply to Re: Which benzo has the least cognitive side effects?, posted by rjlockhart37 on October 5, 2019, at 20:54:21

> that would be librium, it's a weak benzo, very weak and requires very high doses to be effective as other benzos, it used to used for alcohol withddrawl and others, but it's very old benzo.

When I switched from clonazepam to Librium in 2 years ago, it was my experience that Librium brought upon a significant amount of cognitive impairments that I could not tolerate, so I would up going back to Klonopin. YMMV, of course. The Librium was, though, qualitatively less sedating, which I welcomed at first before I began not to be able to think straight.




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