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Anxiety and insomnia are prevalent symptoms with multiple etiologies. Effective treatments are available, but they vary by diagnosis. In most instances, the best course of action is to treat the underlying disorder rather than reflexively instituting treatment with a nonspecific anxiolytic.

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TABLE 26–6. Medications for the treatment of major anxiety disorders
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TABLE 26–7. Commonly used anxiolytic and hypnotic agents
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TABLE 26–8. Comparison of benzodiazepines and antidepressants for the treatment of anxiety

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