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... moking using Xanax to help me because I felt that the smoking would harm my health much more than the Xanax ever would and I'm really glad I quit. Really scarey long term effects of smoking. ... (22 replies)
... Graciecat, did you continue medication during the years with symptoms and without symptoms? Were the symptom's return associated with a stressful event? (7 replies)
... At one point in my life I was symptom free for 7 years, the attacks did come back after that 7 years, but now they're gone again. (7 replies)

... Well I can only tell you what I know from my own family experiance. My Grandfather suffered with panic disorder and lived to be in his 90's. My Mom also suffered with it and died at 63...her death had nothing to do with her panic disorder in any way. (7 replies)
MS or anxiety?
Jun 11, 2006
... on Ativan, the first GP I saw about my problems said I was a nervous wreck and prescribed a month's supply. I find that it definitely relaxes me and removes many of the symptoms, which tends to make me think that I don't have MS. ... (18 replies)
... anxiety meds. This family of medication is probably the best soution for long term anxiety and panic related issues. ... (3 replies)
... This is in response to question asked about how long the drug stays in the blood stream. Under the normal condition of taking one dose, the effects stay in the blood stream for about 48 hours. This is the amount that can be detected in a drug screen of urine for detection of benzodiazepine. ... (16 replies)
... not that I know the long term effects of any of the drugs I'm taking but I read something about if you take melatonin too much it shrinks your pineal gland or something like that? ... (27 replies)
... Benzodiazepines are also a "temporary bandaid to help you over the rough spots in life. It was never intended for long term use". ... (13 replies)
... I would see a doc soon get on some medication to calm you down and do some talk therapy to get to the root of your anxiety. I have had similar things happen to me and they are horribly frightening. ... (3 replies)
Lorazepam question
Jun 18, 2007
... mg. I do feel a little drowsy and have slight vision focus issues within the first hour after taking the dose, and I the reason that happens is the relaxation of the central nervous system. Otherwise, not long term effects for me. ... (4 replies)
... I only need 0.5 to 1mg once in awhile. I haven't had any side effects from it, which is a miracle for me, but it's probably because I don't even find I need it within a months time. ... (2 replies)
... My brother has also been on Xanax for about two years. Xanax was the only thing that helped my anxiety, so if it is helping you, you can't think about the side effects of long term use. ... (8 replies)
... mg 3 times per day for a total daily dose of 1. ... (8 replies)
... I think long term illness DOES cause anxiety. My mom was diagnosed last May with cancer, on top of that she had diabetes, kidney failure and congestive heart failure. ... (2 replies)
... for my anxiety and panic attacks. ... (0 replies)
... I had to reregister since I forgot my password. The only long term effects is more of a dependance issue and tolerance. It is adictive and you can build a tolerance which means you have to take more to achive the wanted effects. ... (4 replies)
... I've been taking 1mg of Klonopin 3x daily for a couple years now. I was on a similar dose of xanax in the past to go with it, but I have dropped that. ... (2 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear you're having such a hard time. I can relate to you in many ways. I feel like no matter what I try that my anxiety doesn't get any better. I've seen two therapists and I'm about to try number three on Monday. I have tried Lexapro and Zoloft, but had bad reactions to both. ... (5 replies)
... It helps me to be alert, awake, and concentrate. It's incredibly hard to balance paradoxical comorbidities, but very common for someone with ADHD to have all of these disorders and more. ... (12 replies)

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