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Thomas J. Moore of the Institute for Safe Medication Practices in Alexandria, Virginia told the Times that the research raises safety concerns, because “there’s reason to believe some of this continued use is due to dependence and withdrawal symptoms.” Some of those symptoms include panic attacks or sleeping problems. Other potential issues include overmedication.






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