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Anxiety Treatment Centers Papillion NE

The number of prescriptions for anti-anxiety medications in Papillion have certainly been on the rise over the last few decades. And the medication can relieve some of the symptoms of stress and anxiety, but the pills do not address the cause of the anxiety itself. Just like any medication, anti-anxiety drugs have side effects and safety concerns and people using them need to be careful.

Laura E Robinson PhD
(402) 658-0286
535 Fortune Drive # 150
Papillion, NE
 
Lewis J Abrahams DDS
(402) 592-1992
107 Highland Drive
Papillion, NE
 
Cottam Psychological Service - Glenda Cottam PhD
(402) 331-8085
1246 Golden Gate Drive # 4,
Papillion, NE
 
Sherry Hubbard, LIMHP, MFT, PC
(402) 292-7712
Great Plains Counseling Center
Bellevue, NE
 
Great Plains Counseling Center
(402) 292-7712
205 Galvin Road North
Bellevue, NE
 
Nebraska Medical Center - Louise K Jeffrey PhD
(402) 980-2068
535 Fortune Drive # 150
Papillion, NE
 
Alegent Health Psychiatric
(402) 827-4300
1414 S Washington Street, # 202
Papillion, NE
 
Bellevue Saint Joseph Psychiatric Center
(402) 291-6789
3308 Samson Way
Bellevue, NE
 
Great Plains Counseling Center, LLC
(402) 292-7712
205 Galvin Road North
Bellevue, NE
 
Quality Living Inc
(402) 293-5500
2102 Harvell Cir
Bellevue, NE
 

Popping Pills: When is it a Problem

Q: I notice that many of my friends are popping anti-anxiety pills more frequently. I am sure there are risks associated with such behavior but what are they and how do I know if my friends are in danger?

The number of prescriptions for anti-anxiety medications have certainly been on the rise over the last few decades. And the medication can relieve some of the symptoms of stress and anxiety, but the pills do not address the cause of the anxiety itself. Just like any medication, anti-anxiety drugs have side effects and safety concerns and people using them need to be careful.

Common side effects include: dizziness, light-headedness, day-time sleepiness, confusion, slow reflexes, poor coordination, stomach upset or nausea and depression. Anti-anxiety pills can also interact with other medications and should never be taken with alcohol, prescription painkillers or sleeping pills. If your friends are using anti-anxiety medication, they should make sure to follow the instructions of their doctors and read the drug information inserts. The medication can be used safely if under the care/direction of a health professional.


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