Risk Factors Associated With Xanax

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jrl Says:


Once on the benzo road 2 things will happen. If you stop taking them slowly or cold turkey you will want a quick death. If you continue, your dose will have to be increased periodically. I am on 1mg. 9 months ago it worked for about 8 hours. Now it's down to 3 hours. You're making a deal with the devil, beware.



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EDDY Says:

I agree with your post but after going C/T, Hospitalization for a week and almost dying, about the last thing I want or need to do is take more Xanax. I take 33% less and have enough to last me for a long long time. I used to worry about my next dose and became obsessed with it all, not anymore.

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