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... s potency equivalency chart, but in each instance one pill delivers the same, though the Valium has more metabolites and exits the system slower. But alcohol is just simply that, blended or not blended in whatever. ... (33 replies)
... First of all, I've been taking valium for 4 years, 30mgs a day. I also have been drinking alcohol for about 5 years but have been drinking everyday for the last 4 months. ... (18 replies)
... it is harder to get off Ativan than Valium, thus the preferance of Valium taper. ... (33 replies)

... are essentially the same. Valium is booze in a pill and vice versa. They create the same effect on the brain in the same area of the brain. ... (18 replies)
... ely, many that have spring boarded from her are far more sure of themselves and engage in much embellishment, somtimes to the point of the bizzare. What I do buy for sure is that Valium is the best benzo to taper, that I need to minimize stress, and come off these drugs. That is all I need to know. ... (33 replies)
... me off of the valium, but I never mentioned alcohol. He told me that he really didn't have any experience with people coming off medication. He wrote me a script for the valium and a script for celexa. I've took just about every SSRI there is. ... (18 replies)
... d, it's not pleasant going through CT but most of us survive and it sure plants the seed of never wanting to go through that again in our brains, at least it did for me. The more you can taper down the better off you will be when you finally CT. ... (10 replies)
... rs old with two kids and married, I have been through more in the past few years than I can describe and through it all I never touched any drug that wasnt given for emergency in the hospital at that time. ... (9 replies)
... But I don't read much about it these days, because basically one just realizes after all the reading, that it really boils down to benzos are bad for the brain, period. ... (33 replies)
... This medicine has not been studied in children and adolescents under the age of 18 and it is not recommended for this age group. ... (18 replies)
... and I have had diazapam for emergency cases when I cannot sleep since then. You suggested that I take Melatonin, you get it in the vitamin section of the grocery store, remember? ... (34 replies)
... I also take Klonopin for seizures, so am interested in this. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks for writing me back. I really appreciate all the support I'm getting from you all. It's great to have people who understand exactly what I'm going through. ... (15 replies)
At my wits end!
Jun 16, 2007
... Dump the alcohol and taper off the valium. Talk to your doctor about a safe taper program. I've read stories where it takes a year to get off of the valium, so patience is a must. ... (2 replies)
... As for taper process, there are as many different types of tapers as there are hair colors. When I reached the approximate stage you are at now I switched to Valium .5 and split it. I took only a half each night before going to bed for about a week or so. ... (10 replies)
Benzo withdrawal
Feb 21, 2006
... Passion thank you for sharing your story. I hope that others will heed the warning. Benzos are VERY dangerous. Benzodiazepines alter brain chemistry and functioning in a major way. ... (17 replies)
... I spent a year in the hospital in 1984 for a motorcycle accident and got quite an introduction to the drug world. ... (0 replies)
... years ago I had a problem with xanax prescribe for stress reasons. It was a low dose .5mg daily, I quit taking it and went through withdrawal. I had only been on it a few months but that stuff is pretty strong. ... (1 replies)
Oct 25, 2004
... THanks for the wishes and input for all of us. Yes, refraining from anything like that is admirable, isn't it? ... (38 replies)
... you have it spot on. I cannot accept the stupid attitude to medics in general and to mental illness either. If you have been in that room you will know for yourself that there appear to be some very mentally ill people? ... (128 replies)

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