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However, drowsiness and tolerance become problems with continued use and none are now considered first-line choices for long-term epilepsy therapy.
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However and drowsiness
However, one month after the sixth PE session, there was a progressive worsening of insomnia and diurnal drowsiness, which promptly disappeared after another two PE sessions.
However, as with other epilepsies treated with benzodiazepines, long term therapy becomes ineffective with prolonged therapy and the side effects of hypotonia and drowsiness are troublesome with nitrazepam therapy, other antiepileptic agents are therefore recommended for long term therapy, possibly Corticotropin ( ACTH ) or vigabatrin.
The Commission's report acknowledged that, decades earlier, “ the absence of adequate understanding of the effects of the drug ” combined with “ lurid accounts of unsubstantiated ‘ marijuana atrocities ” greatly affected public opinion and labeled the stereotypical user as “ physically aggressive, lacking in self-control, irresponsible, mentally ill and, perhaps most alarming, criminally inclined and dangerous .” However, the Commission found that the drug typically inhibited aggression “ by pacifying the user … and generally produc states of drowsiness, lethargy, timidity and passivity .”
However, a 1979 study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found no statistically significant advantage in pain suppression, confusion, nausea, or drowsiness to the Brompton mixture versus a solution of morphine .< sup id =" fn_2_back "> 2 </ sup >
However, prudence must dictate that any sort of experimental wood gasifier design or new construction be thoroughly tested outdoors, and only outdoors, with a " buddy " at all times, and with constant vigilance for any sign of headache, drowsiness, or nausea, as these are the first symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.
However and tolerance
However, controversy exists as to tolerance to the anxiolytic effects with some evidence that benzodiazepines retain efficacy and opposing evidence from a systematic review of the literature that tolerance frequently occurs and some evidence that anxiety may worsen with long-term use.
However, clomethiazole is specifically discouraged for unsupervised home detox because of its addictiveness, its tendency to rapidly induce drug tolerance, and its dangerously high risk of death when mixed with alcohol.
" However, in the view of soft secularism, " the attainment of absolute truth was impossible and therefore skepticism and tolerance should be the principle and overriding values in the discussion of science and religion.
However, repeated exposure to hallucinogens leads to rapid tolerance, likely through down-regulation of these receptors in specific target cells.
However, critics of zero tolerance policies believe that such policies neglect investigation on a case-by-case basis and may lead to unreasonably harsh penalties for crimes.
However tolerance and assimilation of Jews in German society suddenly ended during the Crusades with many Jews being forcefully expelled from Germany and Western Yiddish disappeared as a language in Germany over the centuries, with German Jewish people fully adopting the German language.
However, carbon fibers are also composed with other materials, such as with graphite to form carbon-carbon composites, which have a very high heat tolerance.
However, Brutha does not agree with Om's new rule and explains that the Church should care for people while having a tolerance for other religious practices.
However, a high tolerance for cannabis use in BC and an awareness of the role of it as an export cash crop ( worth an estimated $ 6 billion annually ) has tended to make it difficult for Canadian or American authorities to intervene effectively.
However the Clarendon Code was not actually the work of Clarendon himself, who favoured a policy of greater tolerance towards dissenters.
However, King also criticized the AFL – CIO for its tolerance of unions that excluded black workers.
However, the Chechens of Syria and Iraq have been subject to Arabization by the Arab Nationalist Ba ' ath Party, which had little tolerance for non-Arab language or culture, resulting in many largely unable to speak Chechen.
However, Puka can also grow on cliffs with shallow, stony soils which suggests some tolerance of drought.
However, in the subsequent increasing hostility raised by the Counter-Reformation, dissidents to the Papacy were soon targeted by various Catholic absolute rulers and Livorno's tolerance fell victim in the Wars of Religion.
However, when a dissident Samoan matai ( chief ) exceeded the limits of his considerable tolerance, Solf stepped in assertively, pronouncing that “... there was only one government in Samoa ,” and it was him.
" However, he did enjoy testing the tolerance of the white liberal hipsters in his audience and provoking reactions out of listeners, stating that one of the band's goals was " to have pointedly offensive records ".
However, Locke denies religious tolerance for Catholics, for political reasons, and also for atheists because ' Promises, covenants, and oaths, which are the bonds of human society, can have no hold upon an atheist '.
However, Rawls also insists, like Popper, that society has a reasonable right of self-preservation that supersedes the principle of tolerance: " While an intolerant sect does not itself have title to complain of intolerance, its freedom should be restricted only when the tolerant sincerely and with reason believe that their own security and that of the institutions of liberty are in danger.
However, according to the net financial assets measurement used for some specific applications ( such as evaluating an investor's expected tolerance for risk for stockbroker ethics ), equity in one's principal residence is excluded, as are lifestyle assets, such as the car and furniture.
However, this period of official tolerance did not last long, as President Dutra denounced the PCB as " internationalist, and therefore not committed to Brazil's own interests " in 1948, an action supported by the American government.
However, Akbar was known for his religious tolerance and administrative genius, whereas Aurangzeb was a just ruler but a proselytizer of orthodox Islam across the heterodox Indian landscape.
However and become
However, the possible absence of a center of symmetry not only moves the hydrogen atom off Af, but also allows the oxygen atoms to become nonequivalent, with Af at Af and Af at Af ( space group Af ), where Af represents the oxygens on one side of the Af layers and Af those on the other side.
However, he had a strong interest in the fledgling motion picture industry and when Essanay Studios offered him the opportunity to become a scriptwriter, he took the job.
However, it is the Jewish artists, Gustav Mahler and Franz Kafka in music and literature that have embraced the theme of angst so highly in their work that they have become synonymous with the term to the point of popular joking and cartoons today.
However, they may become aware of the differences if, for example, they contrast the pronunciations of the following words:
However, when there are complementary allophones of a phoneme, so that the allophony is significant, things become more complicated.
However, until the Revolution, many considered whiskey to be a coarse alcohol unfit for human consumption, as many believed that it caused the poor to become raucous and unkempt drunkards.
However, even with Mozart and Salieri being rivals for certain jobs, there is very little evidence that the relationship between the two composers was at all acrimonious beyond this, especially after 1785 or so when Mozart had become established in Vienna.
However, it is more common in the field of conservation today that the training required to become a practicing conservator comes from a recognized university course in conservation.
The Anthropology Library is especially large, with 120, 000 volumes However, the Paul Hamlyn Library, which had become the central reference library of the British Museum and the only library there freely open to the general public, closed permanently in August 2011.
However, now that the archeological archives and research results of the former USSR are open to scientists, it has become quite clear that the primal sighthound type evolved between the Kyrgyzstan, the lower Kazakhstan part of Altai and the Afghan plains, and that the earliest actual sighthound breeds were the plains Afghan hounds and the Kyrgyz Taigan.
However, the three leading Italian brigades had become separated during their overnight march and at dawn were spread across several miles of very difficult terrain.
However, as multimedia has largely shifted to digital media, the need for some form of SIMD in general-purpose CPUs has become significant.
However, as these become diluted, the cosmological constant becomes more dominant and the expansion of the universe starts to accelerate rather than decelerate.
However, this might be an advanced warning that 1024 bit RSA used in secure online commerce should be deprecated, since they may become breakable in the near future.
However, once the applied electric field approaches the breakdown value, free electrons become sufficiently accelerated by the electric field to create additional free electrons by colliding, and ionizing, neutral gas atoms or molecules in a process called avalanche breakdown.
However, metal electrode surfaces can cause a region of the vacuum to become conductive by injecting free electrons or ions through either field electron emission or thermionic emission.
However, this behavior is often reported when normal urban prey, such as brown rats, black rats and rabbits, have become scarce.
However it was only in 1927 that the shakta theory of seven main chakras, that has become most popular in the West, was introduced, largely through the translation of two Indian texts: the Sat-Cakra-Nirupana, and the Padaka-Pancaka, by Sir John Woodroffe, alias Arthur Avalon, in a book titled The Serpent Power.
However, of late, the Supreme Court has observed that the PIL has tended to become a means to gain publicity or obtain relief contrary to constitutionally valid legislation and policy.
However, Judeo-Christian thought also makes an " innovation of the first importance ", Eliade says, because it embraces the notion of linear, historical time ; in Christianity, " time is no longer the circular Time of the Eternal Return ; it has become linear and irreversible Time ".
However, many have commented that Flockhart had become dangerously thin, particularly when the actress made red carpet appearances in clothing that revealed a somewhat emaciated physique.