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... Karen, I am so glad you told how long you have been on xanax and what that doctor told you. ... (17 replies)
... mes. I just took .5 mg. Also, I worried about it causing depression. I know the adderall may have been the culprit before, so I can't be sure. I know regular Xanax is used for panic attacks, which I don't have, and is fast acting and short lived. ... (6 replies)
... Not knowing what you discussed with your doctor as in when the anxiety started and how long its been going on, I don't really know how to respond. I'm just jumping in to get it going. ... (3 replies)

Surney: Xanax
Nov 10, 2004
... Xanax does work very well for anxiety. It is too bad it has a high addiction potential, are tolerance inducing, and, in many cases, horrible long time withdrawal symptoms. I would strongly discourage regular long term use. One may escape the trap if they take it seldomly, only in emergencies. ... (6 replies)
... I know I'm not Sickman, but I can tell you why I was put on it long term. ... (15 replies)
... I started taking xanax recently. .5 mg. I take it usually once daily in the morning, and then sometimes at night if I can't sleep. I was wondering if it's OK for long term use? ... (2 replies)
... Thanks Punkdizzle. When I was in the ER I refused Xanax (I had never taken it before and didn't know much about it, plus I wasn't there for anxiety). They treated me like I was the first person to ever refuse it :) When they discharged me they gave me a prescription for 9 "just in case". I'm glad because I had an awful panic attack last night and it really helped. (17 replies)
... I didn't think that Xanax had a high rate of bad side effects. I know that it can be addictive. Is that the reason? ... (17 replies)
... Gosh. It is great to hear others who have found relief using Xanax and have OCD as well. You are correct though. I have Pure OCD whihc is essentially ritual free, but the intrusive thoughts are still there. ... (17 replies)
... i have been taking xanax for a little over a year.. i started out with a very low dose . ... (17 replies)
... h the OCD is bad, I'd rather live with that for the rest of my life than to ever have the panic and anxiety come back....but if it does I'll go back on my trusty Xanax because I know it works for me. ... (17 replies)
... I'm thinking you need to try 1MG of the Xanax XR. ... (4 replies)
... You should not become physically dependent on Xanax if you do not take it every day or every other day. If you feel fine on the days "between," when you don't use any, then you are obviously not physically dependent on it yet. ... (15 replies)
... Paul b~if you dont mind me asking~what was the non addictive drug your doc gave you for anxiety(long term use) that worked so well? thanks! RR (19 replies)
... i think it's important to note that there is a distinct difference between xanax and ssri's so your comment comparing the 2 might be a little confusing... ... (5 replies)
Benzodiazepines
Feb 21, 2004
... your pill. That is a panic reaction not addiction. Once you realize that you have skipped your pill it is to late. The panic is already in motion. As far as the long term effects you said it yourself. ... (6 replies)
... This is exactly the question I posed on the Xanax thread about long term use. The verdict is out on the long term use of Xanax. Many younger doctors are hesitant to prescribe it because it has addictive properties. ... (5 replies)
... medication route, trial and see what happens is the only thing you can do. As far as the antidepressants go, Paxil and Zoloft are the 2 that are FDA approved for long term treatment of panic disorder. Psychiatrists have no clue which medication or combination of medications is going to work for you. ... (3 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)
Xaxax Effectivity
Dec 19, 2006
... If I could turn back the hands of time I never would have started taking Xanax and would give serious thought to upping your dosage to 3mg from the low dose you were taking. ... (9 replies)




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