Benzodiazepines, a class of tranquilizers and sleeping pills (including Valium, Xanax, and Ambien) that are often mindlessly and irresponsibly prescribed by doctors, are dangerous, says the author, speaking from personal experience as well as quoting from authoritative findings. Doctors have been sold on their merits by crooked drug companies, but with long-term use, they do more than enslave your body: ultimately, they can crush your soul.
While telling the story of his personal journey, and sharing the information he has gathered, the author makes no claims other than that this is his story, and reflect his views. If it is of help to others, that would be an added bonus. But the reader is invited to treat it primarily as personal testimony combined with a unique story.
One reader's response to an earlier version of this book: "Tells me I am not alone, and is certain to tell many, many, many more that they too are not alone. Your article will define for them their secrets. It will put words to what they do not understand about what is happening to them: the forgetfulness, etc... You have found the words. Those words are a light in the darkness that is Benzo Land when one builds there. Thank you."