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How do I know if I'm taking too much anti-anxiety medication?

Dr. Sudeepta Varma, MD
Psychiatrist (Therapist)

You may be taking too much anti-anxiety medication if you find you need it more often, and if your day-to-day anxiety starts to seem unmanageable. In this video, psychiatrist Sue Varma, MD, explains how to talk to your doctor about your dosage.

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