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Re: Valium onset of action? yxibow

Posted by Roslynn on February 10, 2009, at 18:46:12

In reply to Re: Valium onset of action? Roslynn, posted by yxibow on February 8, 2009, at 2:44:32

Hi Jay,

I'm used to ativan, so if valium is more subtle, that might be why I never really felt it work. Thanks for your reply.

Roslynn

>
> If you've previously been exposed to benzodiazepines it might seem slightly subtle, although I found Klonopin even more subtle.
>
> I'd say about two hours generally except for hospital IV use.
>
> Xanax is much quicker acting, and has a short half life, hence possibly a benzodiazepine that may carry a risk of greater habituation than others potentially.
>
> -- Jay
>
>

 

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