Xanax – Generic Name Alprazolam
Xanax is a Benzodiazepine Tranquilizer prescribed for anxiety, tension, agitation, panic attacks, depression and pre-menstrual syndrome.
Xanax like all benzos are a highly addictive and should only be taken for a short time. Some will experience withdraw symptoms after just 4 week of regular use. According to the "Drug Information Handbook" by Lexi-comp and "The Pill Book" by Bantam Books Xanax should never be prescribed for more then 4 months of regular use.
I have helped many people going through withdraw of nearly every drug you can think of . Heroin, Methadone and Alcohol are thought of as the worst drugs to withdraw from, however the mental anguish that a person coming off long term benzo addiction is the worst thing I have ever seen. The mental confusion and inability to distinguish reality from fiction is worse then the pain of an opiate addiction withdraw and then you have to add almost the same physical pain along with it.
Long term Xanax addiction is very serious and should not be taken lightly. Consult a Doctor before you stop taking xanax and seek help to find the right treatment or detox center.
For information on Xanax or Rehabilitation Centers that can help you end your addiction to Xanax call 1-877-744-3536
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