Xanax For Panic Attacks Phoenix Az

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joni543 Says:
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I have been taking 1 mg Xanax a day for panic attacks and anxiety for over 20 years. New doctor won't refill. Told me I am too old to have a panic attack! How do I manage until I can find a new doctor? Any suggestions on a doctor in Phoenix az that believes you can have problems at 61?



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Smikra Says:

I use Bach Flower Remedies Rescue Remedy

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EDDY Says:

Any Doctor who tells you that you are too old to have panic attacks should be reported to the State Board and you should consider filing a legal suit against him or her if that was actually said? My Doctor is really old, like 71 and I am really old, 56, and would lunge for their throat if that was said to me. It is true that older people should take less Alprazolam than youngsters however!

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David Says:

@Joni,

Just wanted to offer a few other suggestions pertaining to your question on "how to manage until you can find a new doctor?". I know Kava Kava is recognized as being an excellent remedy for anxiety in the world of natural alternatives. You also might wanna look into the synergistic use of St. John's Wort and 5HTP - A combination I can personally attest to from past experience. And lastly, CBD's (a non-psychoactive component of cannabis) are also revered for their use in nullifying social anxiety disorders. So these may be a few options to consider researching if you still see yourself having to wait too long in the process of finding a new doctor.

I hope this helps!

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Nickoly Says:

Ask for Buspar it is not habit forming and anyone will prescribe it. Works much better than xanax for me.

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