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The tricky things about benzodiazepines

Benzoodiazepines Should Not be Given to Patients with post Traumatic Stress Disorder

pharmaceutical-journal.com-Benzodiazepines should not be given to patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (pdf)

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Painkillers and Homicide

pharmaceutical-journal.com-Painkiller use is more closely linked to homicide than antipsychotics or antidepressants (1) (pdf)

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Benzos (Clonazepam, Alprazolam) while we're fretting over the opioids, the sky is falling!

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You never know how Vitamin B12 Deficiency will strike!


Cobalamin( VITAMIN B12) deficiency commonly presents with a wide range of l illnesses ranging from myelopathy, neuropathy, optic neuritis  (muscle, nerve and eye problems) aas well as mental disorders  including dementia to mood disorders, chronic fatigue and psychosis even without classical blood abnormalities like anemia and macrocytosis. However, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in relation to vitamin B12 deficiency has not been described so far. We report a case of middle-aged man presenting with OCD, low serum cobalamin and a positive family history of vitamin B12 deficiency who responded well to methylcobalamin replacement. So it would appear that Vitamin B12 deficience can cause OCD. Wow!

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Painkillers..Can They Make you MAD?

  In Britain, there is less recreational use and most people are given opioids by their doctor for chronic pain.  

Opioids act on different parts the brain and nervous system, including the spinal cord. The latter receives sensations from the body before sending them to the brain. Opioids work on this area to decrease feelings of pain, even after injury. One of the risks with the drugs is that they are addictive, with users complaining of withdrawal symptoms when they stop taking them.

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