All data must be read in conjunction with the survey limitations.
The 50 -59 age bracket was the most common age group for those answering the various surveys (32%). The second most common group was the 40 - 49 age bracket (30%).
The most common age range for all the surveys except those who are currently withdrawing, or about to withdraw was the 50 -59 year age group. The most common age group for those currently withdrawing or about to withdraw was, 40 - 49 years.
There was a small difference in the average age of those who participated in the various surveys. The average age of those choosing to stay on benzodiazepines and those who had withdrawn but were not well for more than 12 months was 50 years. The average age of those withdrawing, or about to withdraw, or who had been withdrawn for less than 12 months and were not well, was 46 years.
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Last updated 21 July 2020