What are the risks of taking benzodiazepines as prescribed?

World Benzodiazepine Awareness Day (W-BAD) seeks to raise global awareness about iatrogenic benzodiazepine dependence and the dangers of its adverse effects and associated withdrawal syndrome, which can last years.

People taking this medication exactly as prescribed are being damaged.

#WORLDBENZODAY

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GETTING INVOLVED

EVENTS

Thanks to everyone who made 2018 a...

EVENTS

Thanks to everyone who made 2018 a...

MATERIALS

Pictured: Sonja Styblo, W-BAD's...

MATERIALS

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U.S. – GET STATE RECOGNITION OF W-BAD

Pictured: W-BAD Connecticut representative Pam...

U.S. – GET STATE RECOGNITION OF W-BAD

Pictured: W-BAD Connecticut representative Pam...

SHOP

In lieu of a formal store this year, W-BAD...

SHOP

In lieu of a formal store this year, W-BAD...

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inVISIBLE 2018 T-Shirt Campaign

The following text accompanied the 2018 inVISIBLE T-shirt fundraiser for World...

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Why I Participate in World Benzodiazepine Awareness Day

Note: This blog's intended audience is that of Dr. Huff's medical peers, so it is also most...

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CHANGE THROUGH UNITY

On July 11, all whose lives have been impacted by iatrogenic benzodiazepine damage can stand in solidarity to spread awareness and effect change.

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