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Anti-Anxiety Drug Prescribed to More Than 8 Million Britons Linked to Nearly 3,400 Deaths in Past 5 Years


An anti-anxiety drug prescribed to more than eight million people in Britain has been linked to thousands of deaths in the past five years, it has been revealed.

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The anti-anxiety drug pregabalin is associated with serious adverse effects including dependency and addiction, leading to erratic behavior, blurred vision, mood swings, and suicidal thoughts. Fatalities from the drug have risen rapidly in recent years.

Users and families of victims have highlighted the devastating impact of addiction to the drug, describing unintentional overdoses and tragic deaths. Doctors have also expressed concern about its widespread use, with one likening the issuing of prescriptions to “selling cars without brakes.”

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