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Re: Is there any problem with mixing benzodiazepin

Posted by blueboy on September 16, 2007, at 11:24:15

In reply to Is there any problem with mixing benzodiazepines?, posted by Franz on September 11, 2007, at 13:29:46

There are two problems. First, obviously, you need to make informed total-dosage decisions, since they are not dosage-equivalent.

Second, they are absorbed and eliminated at different rates, which makes it quite complicated. Like drinking scotch and beer; if you drink beer or champagne after you've been drinking scotch for a few hours, you are going to get a huge spike in blood alcohol.

By the way, clonozepam doesn't depress me at all. Just the opposite. I theorize that it's because part of my depression symptoms are reactive to anxiety, or that my neurotransmitters are able to regulate better with a restful night of sleep.




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