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developed high tolerance to benzos ?

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Dr. Bernard Seif
Clinical Psychology 40 years experience
Sleep apnea: is certainly a POSSIBILITY. Please see your doc ASAP who MAY order a sleep study to find out. A high tolerance to benzos was also mentioned. Danger. Please see your doc ASAP and find other ways to manage things. A clinical psychologist can provide biofeedback or clinical hypnosis depending on their backgrounds. Peace and good health.

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How do clinicians teach resilience to their patients?

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