Psychotropic Medications

Psychotropic medications often used to treat anxiety; depression and insomnia are mind-altering drugs. That is, they impact your brain function and your psychomotor abilities – like your ability to drive a car; you wouldn't drive after consuming other mind-altering substances, like too much alcohol, yet presumably millions of people are driving every day after taking varying dosages of psychotropic drugs. Drugs prescribed for anxiety and insomnia known as benzodiazepines (Valium, etc.) have long been linked to an increased risk of motor vehicle accidents, and now a new study has added even more widely consumed drugs into the mix – and shown they may seriously raise your crash risk, posing a risk to both the driver taking the drugs as well as their passengers and anyone who crosses their path.

  • Psychology
  • Psychiatry Nursing
  • Mental Health care
  • Anti-psychiatry
  • Addictive Disorders
  • Regulation & Case reports

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