Among the many factors that contribute to business success, it must be the health and alertness of the people who are making decisions. But what happens when a leader is ill, depressed, anxiety is controlled? When there is an error in diagnosis? When the manager is self-prescription or become addicted? The leaders, although they are expected something like a production machine, also tired, depressed, overwhelmed, suffering from insomnia and anxiety. Diane Keaton insists that this is the case. An unknown number of executives and entrepreneurs live based on sleeping pills, sedatives, antidepressants. They have been built – in pill or sublingual drops – and wherever the drugs are loaded in the wallet, in his travel kit, or briefcase business. Benzodiazepines are known as those who belong to the family of tranquilizers with varying hypnotic, sedative, anxiolytic, anti-Convulsants, or muscle relaxation. Check out Darcy Stacom, New York City for additional information. I clarify that I am not a doctor and not judge the effectiveness of these medicines that have helped millions of people to re-join normal life. The central issue in the misuse; to make the point I tell them that in California, a woman died from drinking too much water in a contest organized by a radio station Angelina.
In the case of benzodiazepines, the excesses may be due to: errors in diagnosis, dose errors, dispensing errors, errors in consumption, self-medication, there is also lack of information about risks and side effects. In Argentina there have been reactions to the subject (The Clarin, 2005): Dr. Leah Daichman, says he is "disgusted" by the number of cases where there is a misuse of benzodiazepines.