There are no, non-habit forming medicines for Anxiety. What can be done is working with a Psychologist for therapy on understanding in how to cope with Anxiety.
Anxiety and Depression go hand in hand with certain disorders
I hope this helps, read up on Anxiety to help you understand how it works.
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I agree with the other two comments that were left before mine. My fiance had a friend over the other week and he takes Xanax daily but had missed 2 days and the result of that was he had a very bad seizure in our livingroom and it was quite disturbing. He landed and our friends 2yr old daughter which in return made her land on her head on a wooden table so she quite a big knot on her little head! This guy is only 19yrs old and doesn't have a history of seizures ever. He was very dehydrated too. You have to be very careful when it comes to taking Benzos. They can be dangerous taking them and missing them. So if I were you I would talk to my PCP or even talk to your local pharmacist if you don't have a PCP because they have as much knowledge as your Dr. Just make sure that if you in fact do talk to a pharmacist make sure it's a trustworthy Pharmacy like CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, etc...
There is Buspar which is a non-addictive anti-anxiety and some of the anti-Depressents say they help with anxety(the reason your on benzos im guessing) or you can go natural and try ST John's wort which is supposed to work for anxiety and im sure if you go to a healh food center the people that work at most are knowledgable so ask them,and they might have a new herbal drug or different one that will help with anxiety,Thats if you want to go natural some people swear by it.Good luck
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