why are they stopping this ,especially from people who do not abuse it?instead of takeing people off this cold turkey.i have been on them for over 10 years and it is the only thing i have found to work for me and i dont abuse them.
If you have been taking Xanax everyday for 10 years, you can't stop CT. Or at least not as far as I know. If may depend on your dose? You didn't give much info?
Since I live no where near Kentucky I have no idea why. I know there is a shortage of various meds all over the country. We've been hearing about things like this happening for decades. It's here. America no longer belongs to Americans. I bet neither do the pharmaceutical companies. Where I live I haven't been able to get Imodium in almost 4 months. Even Tylenol disappeared for awhile. Now Adderall is getting impossible to get. Maybe a Xanax shortage has hit Kentucky. You best find out before you run out.
Are any Benzos available? Benzo withdrawal after 10 years is dangerous, not just unpleasant. You are supposed to be tapered off slowly. If you can't get Xanax, what about Ativan, Klonopin, or even 1 of the older ones? But the older Benzo's are more addictive, I think.
If you find out what is happening, please share it with us. We all need to know.
xanax belongs to a group of drugs called benzodiazepines it has great potential for dependence with prolong use.better treatment for panic is psychotherapy prozac zoloft(SSRI).Better consult your psychiatrist.
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