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... i took one every day from Sunday to Friday last week. Didn't take one on Sat. or Sun. ... (18 replies)
... Hi, I answered some stuff from your other thread. As far as this new question, yes, you can become physically dependant on Ativan very quickly, even in two weeks. It isn't always the norm but it does happen. You are wise to take as little as possible, that helps the situation alot. ... (1 replies)
... I was prescribed Ativan for sleep 20 years ago. ... (9 replies)

... Currently I'm taking 4mg of ativan a night for my severe anxiety. I also get racing thoughts though where when I used to take clonazepam that had better benefits for that as well as for the anxiety. ... (4 replies)
... Ive been using about 1mg or less of ativan a day for a couple weeks now for some extreme anxiety Ive been having. ... (1 replies)
... You can make all the benzo's equal. ... (5 replies)
... focused and not fall asleep. I agree with the last post, don't drink alcohol until you know how the drugs affect will make you drunker and faster, and overdose could stop your breathing. ... (2 replies)
... anxious or what, but I felt like crap. My doc said if I use more Ativan as time goes by, he might have to increase my dosage of the Paxil. He wants me to take it a month first. ... (27 replies)
... Just to let you know, withdrawal itself is the medication leaving the body, which can take around 2 weeks, sometimes a month. But symptoms can persist for awhile, sometimes months, because the brain needs to go through a recovery period to regain some functions that the med took over. ... (7 replies)
... how long have you been at the current dose? ... (4 replies)
... I am going through the same thing as you are now. I am in the middle of changing antidepressants and my panic is out of control. I usually use Ativan but it is not long lasting enough so I have been using Klonopin. It will help you get a long night's sleep. ... (7 replies)
... First, you need to realize that everyone's body adjusts to meds. in a different way. A .5 dose of Xanax can usually help me for about 5 hours, depending on what I'm doing. I take Xanax 4 times a day. .5 in morning, .5 around noon, .5 around 5 PM, and 1 mg. ... (7 replies)
... Anyone who is taking Ativan daily please reply. I would like to know what dose you take and for how long, etc. I cannot tolerate SSRI's.....have tried pretty much all of them. ... (3 replies)
... I told her I had a therapist that I go to to help teach me ways of dealing with my anxiety. she said that i needed to learn how to control it... like by distracting myself.. like when im having a panic attack to look at a tree and observe the branches. she actually said that. ... (6 replies)
... I wouldn't say I have a huge problem with anxiety, but I'll give a quick synopsis. I take Hydrocodone for pain and admit I've gotten carried away with it. It was also causing me to turn into quite the hermit. ... (2 replies)
... Okay, I'd like to let you know that addiction and dependance are 2 seperate things. ... (4 replies)
... How long is the flight? ... (5 replies)
... If you take just the .05 once a day then you can go cold turkey in my opinion. It is a low dose and Ativan doesn't stay in your system very long. ... (3 replies)
... t I'm a little worried about becoming addicted to it, or habit forming, I don't know what they claim it does or what the difference is. Anyway, does anyone know how long it lasts in your system, like the effects, for how long do they last? ... (4 replies)
... dictive. See sticky post 1. They are dependency forming because your body gets used to having it around. When it is stopped cold turkey after prolonged use it can cause withdrawl which is not a sign of addiction. If you wean off of it slowly you shouldn't notice too big of a problem. ... (2 replies)

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