Why I don’t find all around internet an Islamic view in use, abuse and victims of Benzodiazepines? Is their use online with Islamic shariah, thinking that they create a real dangerous organic and psychological dependence? What is the Islamic solution about treatment of anxiety? Can it be prone to just positivist medical treatment or faith and religion have their share?
Best regards


wa `alaykum salam,

Every drug has it risks. A good physician can weigh the risks and benefits of each medicine versus those of the condition being treated. It is a difficult issue, since medical knowledge is limited and research continues. Doctors do have differing opinions as well. I cannot generalize “the Islamic solution”, since Islam has an endless number of health promoting approaches that need to be individualized by an expert to one’s circumstances. May Allah give you health and freedom from disease.

Dr. Bazaraa

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