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Posted by rjlockhart on May 2, 2006, at 9:46:48
I take Xanax 1mg when needed for Panic Attacks, I actaully take the 2mg kind....but i slit the bar in half.
When Xanax wears off...... i thinking of what to say...... its hell. Its immidate rush back to anxiety. Klonopin made me depressed, but it didnt wear off as super quick.
I immidiatly get back to my old self, exept i am alot more active and my mind, i dont know if its manic or what. But something close to it...
Xanax relieves anxiety, but it depends, sometimes it will just feel like relief. But i never thought alprazolam can make you depressed. Maybe its just the state of mind im in, not alprazolam.
I have panic attacks, i am blunt still because of paraizling anxiety. I watched Flight 93 and had a panic attack that lasted 30ming, freaking 30min! i took Xanax and it didnt help at ALL. Sometimes i think i need a betablocker.
Anyways, is this possible?
Posted by blueberry on May 2, 2006, at 13:02:29
In reply to Xanax -- after wearing off inducing mania, posted by rjlockhart on May 2, 2006, at 9:46:48
What doses of various meds are you taking now?
What doses of various meds have you stopped taking in the last 6 months?
I know mileage varies and some people get off lucky, but for some us the longterm effects of meds we took in the past can go on for a very long time. I remember you were on several medium/high dose benzos, and are/were on zyprexa? What else?
For the extreme wake-up anxiety, I have that too and it's straight from hell.
Anyway, current doses of things?
Doses of things discontinued in the last 6 months?
Posted by Phillipa on May 2, 2006, at 21:59:13
In reply to Re: Xanax -- after wearing off inducing mania » rjlockhart, posted by blueberry on May 2, 2006, at 13:02:29
Matt list your meds from the past six months until now. Love Phillipa
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