Any drugs, like diazepam, that reduce anxiety etc. but that don't cause memory loss?

Any wonder drug out there that doesn't cause memory loss and can be used long term? I'm not self diagnosing or anything like that just wondering because my memory goes when I get prescribed diazepam and I really resent it. Thanks in advance x I know there's no magic wand/med and this isn't a sole route of enquiry wherby I'm looking for something to help my life be more viable, just one area to look in to aswell. skunk increases my anxiety the next day, I used to smoke it to chill out of an evening and it works well short term but it seems to make my worries worse overall. Looking back after ten years of using that route!

Asked By: bluegreen - 6/20/2008
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The diazepam would be robbing you of your precious water soluble B complex and vitamin C ........ all of which are essential for healthy neural, immune and digestive functioning............ For memory loss try eating more foods rich in Vitamin B1 (thiamine) ie ~ brewer's yeast, whole grain breads and cereals, (if you... More
Answered By: minx - 6/20/2008
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You could talk to your doc and ask about Klonipin ( Clonazepam) it is used for Anxiety as well with less side effects than Diazepam
Answered By: nina w - 6/20/2008
Klonopin perhaps.
Answered By: blackhairypoodle - 6/20/2008
cannabis, illegal i no but once you try you wont look back and it is'nt addictive.
Answered By: nikgy71 - 6/20/2008
A lot depression medicines actually help with anxiety. Make an appointment with your doctor to find out which is best for your situation.
Answered By: My banana in your republic - 6/20/2008
resuce remedy
Answered By: cala s - 6/20/2008
I find Valerian Root helpful. I agree with the diazepam memory loss thing, I lost whole conversations! I take beta blockers and valerian and it's the best combo i've tried. Valerian is much stronger than most other herbs, there is a noticeable effect!
Answered By: Guilty monkey - 6/20/2008
These drugs block the release of acetycholine . Your brain can not function without it. These drugs cause chemical imbalances . Reason for the side effects .
Answered By: worldfrogmoney - 6/20/2008
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