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Self-Help and Support Groups

Benzo Support | Tranquillisers | Anti-Depressants

Benzo Support

Benzo Group online support group on Yahoo.com. “Support network for those who want to end benzodiazepine addiction and recover from withdrawal syndrome.” Moderated. Excellent support, expert information and helpful documents such as “Getting a Doctor to Help You Taper.”

BenzoBuddies provides the information and support you need to plan and execute a successful benzodiazepine withdrawal schedule.

Books on benzodiazepine dependency and withdrawal.

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Tranquillisers

About Tranquillisers & Sleeping Pills (Benzodiazepines) — an overview from Reconnexion, including information about benzodiazepines, why they are prescribed, how they work, "safe use," side effects and long term effects, dependency, withdrawal syndrome, coming off benzodiazepines or sleeping pills, and coping well with withdrawal (see the "Tranquillisers & Sleeping Pills" drop-down list to navigate to these sections).

BAT (Battle Against Tranquillisers) FAQ on benzodiazepines.

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Anti-Depressants

Anti-Depressant Withdrawal Group on Yahoo.com — This is a group for those who are taking anti-depressants or other psych drugs and suffering from withdrawal to these drugs, tolerance or otherwise.

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Related Information on This Site

There is additional related information on these pages: web sites, books, Articles & Studies and videos.

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Updated October 31, 2012

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