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Not fun: Usually the strategy is to slowly taper off the benzo and use a long-acting one, and sometimes it's really, really slow. Here's a trick i sometimes suggest to my patients: when your dose is pretty low, gently drag you pill across an emery board before you take it. One time the first day, two times the next, etc. That way you're very gradually cutting the dose down. Good luck and stick with it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple addictions: To begin with you mentioned two legitimate therapeutic drugs and then two social drugs that you're addicted to. Booze ; nicotine are both serious addictions but both have very different approaches. Too much to go into here. Adderall and xanax (alprazolam) are very different drugs. If they're being prescribed legitimately you need to talk to your doctor and be honest. Good luck again much too much cover. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Klonopin (clonazepam) addiction: Good question. For vulnerable people, the pleasurable sensations that make addictive drugs disastrously attractive occur when Dopamine levels in the brain’s reward area surge abruptly. Usually there are neurons in the brain that inhibit this result, by downregulating dopamine-producing neurons. Benzos like Klonopin (clonazepam) inhibit these "inhibitory" neurons -- taking the brakes off the Dopamine surge. ...Read more
Yes: Because of the short half life and rapid onset, this particular drug is more reinforcing than the other benzos. If you are on Xanax (alprazolam) and want to come off, i suggest doing this very slowly...Over at least 6 months to a year and done by someone who has experience in taking people off of xanax (alprazolam). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If they are prescribed for the right condition, and taken as directed, they may be just fine for you. However if self-prescribed, taken for too long a time or in higher doses, they can produce many problems, especially xanax (alprazolam) (physical dependency with seizures on withdrawal), lortabs (opiate dependency, problems with too much tylenol), tramadol (seizures in large doses).Zanaflex is different class. ...Read more
Yes: Sure, it is (was) a very common medication. If you are in il, call me. Most of the times, however, I use wellbutrin (bupropion) - less side effects, additional benefits and the same likelihood to quit. By the way, it is better to be used as a part of a "cocktail" and with a couch-like person. ...Read more
Can I use plexus slim with Vyvanse Lexapro Suboxone klonopin Ambien (zolpidem) hctz atenolol levothyroxine & atorvastatin?Thank you.
You have options ...: There are many physician offices, group practices and clinics that offer addiction medicine services, including medications and counseling. You will want a knowledgeable evaluation of your medical, mental, and substance use history before starting any medication assisted treatment to go along with your twelve step facilitated group therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Smoking: Not advised. Too many side effects.Get a more detailed answer ›
See a specialist: In addiction treatment. The alcohol and Alprazolam need specialized treatment in order for you to safely withdraw. Adderal can simply be stopped, and there are many ways to stop smoking. There are many chemical dependency treatment programs and your access depends on your resources, insurance etc. www.asam.org and www.Aaap.Org can give you names of addiction physicians in your area. ...Read more
Don't think so...: I am wondering what you may have experienced that makes you ask that, I have never heard of anyone complain about this. We can learn from you! ...Read more
Any interactions between Adderall and : cymbalta, xanax, (alprazolam) amitriptyline, hydrocodone, and cyclobenzaprine?
Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) combo: Safe if taken as prescribed.Get a more detailed answer ›