People taking benzodiazepines seem to have more than DOUBLE the risk of traffic accidents

People taking benzodiazepines seem to have more than DOUBLE the risk of traffic accidents...even if they don't feel drowsy.

Many patients become tolerant to the sedative effect. But benzos can still slow reaction times and impair motor skills.

Physicians and pharmacists routinely warn patients not to drink or drive while taking benzodiazepines. Emphasize these drugs can still impair driving even if the patient doesn't feel drowsy.

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