It might depend where you work, but it definitely depends on what type of work you're doing- if you are concerned about your level of functioning on it. If you need it to reduce your anxiety at work, then you probably want to take it. But if you are at risk of endangering yourself or others because of its affects (drowsiness, less concentration, etc) then NO you shouldn't take it at work. I don't know if you are concerned about drug testing or just concerned if you can function properly on it...
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