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Benzodiazepenes and vertigo

Oisín Mac Fhearaí destynova at esatclear.ie
Thu Apr 11 21:35:28 EST 2002

"Adam Gottschalk" <adam at adamgottschalk.net> wrote in message
news:adam-8E919A.09582323032002 at news.fu-berlin.de...
> How is it that benzodiazepenes like clonazepam, alprazolam, diazepam and
> others work to supress vertigo? I know this is true with MS, for
> example, and I assume it's true for many other conditions in which
> vertigo is an element. It seems clear to me to be more than just the
> action of alleviating anxiety (which potentially exacerbates vertigo).
> No one has yet told me _why_ or how this works.

Wow, diazepam is that drug that stops you shaking so you can snipe at people
more easily in Metal Gear Solid.
I have to get me a psx just for that game...


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