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Re: Is clonazepam/Klonopin a real anxiolytic? Phillipa

Posted by yxibow on October 15, 2006, at 2:30:46

In reply to Re: Is clonazepam/Klonopin a real anxiolytic? Squiggles, posted by Phillipa on October 12, 2006, at 18:54:53

> Jay I haven't had a drink in ten years. But how come when I drank I worked and felt great? Never more than 6 beers. No hangover either. Jogged each morning. Then went to work. Love Phillipa

Oh I don't care if you drink , that's your perogative in the US after we finally ditched prohibition except for control states which meddle with alcohol sales and sell them in their own state stores... but I digress

6 beers a night is a bit on the excessive side, but we all process things differently. Some of us may not have any hangovers. You felt better because the alcohol acted primarily on your GABA transmitters and somewhat rewarding on your dopaminergic system.

Jogging each morning certainly burns off some of the beer calories. :)

But 42 drinks a week is a little on the extreme if I'm gathering. Yes, college students binge, I did too on cider and wine a few times, only once in my life did I ever um.. hurl. But its much harsher on the liver than a doctor prescribing a few Xanax, Ativan, Valium, etc, and they're much cleaner as a drug/medication, as alcohol is of course.




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