Benzodiazepine: Personal and social consequences

Last modified: Thursday, 25. December 2008 - 7:23 am

The Personal and social consequences of benzodiazepine abuse have not, to date, been extensively studied. A few seminal studies have shown, however, that use and abuse of the benzodiazepines carry the possibilities of impaired decision-making, decreased learning skills, released aggression, and an impaired ability to empathize, all of which can have profound effects on an individual’s educational, social, and workplace environments.

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