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(p. 135) Drugs for Anxiety and Their Relation to This Program 

(p. 135) Drugs for Anxiety and Their Relation to This Program
(p. 135) Drugs for Anxiety and Their Relation to This Program

Michelle G. Craske

and David H. Barlow

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date: 24 May 2020

Chapter 11 discusses drugs for anxiety and how they relate to this treatment program. Reasons for taking anti-anxiety drugs are outlined, as well as how anti-anxiety drugs such as benzodiazepines work. Antidepressant drugs with anxiety-reducing properties, such as SSRIs are also discussed, along with beta-blockers. Methods to stop anti-anxiety drug use are presented.

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