How do I know if I'm taking too much anti-anxiety medication?
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Some medications may come with side effects like sedation and confusion, says Lino Linares, DO, from Medical Center of Trinity. Watch this video to find out which drugs those are. 
Sudeepta Varma, MD
Psychiatry
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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