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Re: Valium or Xanax have more antidepressant effect? theo

Posted by SLS on September 1, 2008, at 14:43:52

In reply to Valium or Xanax have more antidepressant effect?, posted by theo on September 1, 2008, at 14:27:08

> Which seems to have an antidepressant effect between the two?

To my knowledge, only Xanax has antidepressant properties among the available benzodiazepines. It is interesting that a sister drug to Xanax, adinazolam, is a putative antidepressant devoid of anxiolytic and hypnotic properties. It tends to be energizing. There might be a NE thing going on there.

It should be noted, however, that anxiety is a potent trigger for depression, and that any of the benzos might mitigate a stress-induced precipation of a depression.

- Scott




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