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On diazapam for 10 years. What are the side effects and withdrawal symptoms?

I am 58 yrs of age, took diazapam for over 10 yrs & stopped over 3 mos. ago never knew of the serious side effects and would like to know how long does it take to get over all the different withdrawals such as racy heart , no sleep and all the other withdrawals that i am experenceing and what type of foods and drinks can i use to get better. also when will i start to feel better?
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have been taking Diazepam since last ten years and has stopped taking now since last three months.As you are addicted to Diazepam you are getting withdrawal symptoms It i very difficult to predict how long it will take to get the thing back to normal as it depends from person to person But rest assured that you will be free from these symptoms.gradually.You have to practice Yoga and meditation I appreciate you for stopping the same and wish you a good luck and speedy recovery.
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