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Benzo Blues

Overcoming Anxiety without Tranquilizers

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Benzo Blues by Edward H Drummond
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Valium. Atvian. Xanax. These benzodiapezines or "benzos" are among the most routinely prescribed medications in our society, used to treat chronic anxiety in millions of people. But these drugs can actually prolong and aggravate anxiety, causing individuals to postpone dealing with core problems and to increasingly rely on addictive medication with extremely debilitating effects. Of the more than 30 million people who take these drugs, more than four million are addicted. Dr. Edward H. Drummond offers hope with a revolutionary program for overcoming chronic anxiety without the use of tranquilizers. His approach flies in the face of established practices, particularly at a time when health care programs offer dwindling support for psychotherapy, preferring the cheaper course of having patients medicate themselves. Certain to inspire controversy, Benzo Blues is the work of a visionary author out to challenge the medical establishment. Its publication will be greeted with enormous interest by the millions of people affected by these powerful drugs, all of whom will find a new way of dealing with a lifelong problem.

Author Biography

Edward Drummond, M. D. is an APA Board Certified psychiatrist in private practice who is also an Associate Medical Director at three medical centers and Associate Director of the Seacoast Mental Health Center in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He received his medical education at Tufts University and was trained in Psychiatry at Harvard University at the Massachusetts Medical Health Center. He lives in Rye, New Hampshire.
Release date NZ
March 1st, 1999
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Penguin Putnam Inc
Pages
302
Dimensions
133x203x19
ISBN-13
9780452278264
Product ID
1669786

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