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Can you die from xanax?

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Asked: 2018-06-06 15:25:07
Is it possible to die from taking xanax, I'm debating on trying it but nervous to do so.


Answered: 2018-06-23 06:35:52

Xanax itself probably wont kill you, but withdrawing from it could. If you have developed a high dependency on Xanax then when you come off it, you could develop a psychosis or have a seizure that could kill you, so try and wean yourself off it slowly.


Answered: 2018-06-06 22:06:23

Xanax is extremely addicting and if you do to high of a dose respiratory depression is a potential result. You can totally die from xanax and if I were you I'd get away and stay very far away from that drug.


Answered: 2018-06-06 19:03:11

Dude, xanax has killer strength and is a killer drug. It’s a sedative and I think that plenty of people die from xanax overdose each year. Unquestionably, if you've yet to do Xanax I cant stress enough the reasons you should not.


Answered: 2018-06-21 19:22:32

Talk to one person, theyll tell you no, and another will tell you yes, a third might just be in denial. Although you are less likely to become addicted to marijuana than to other substances, there is still the possibility. Your body will go into withdrawal when its taken away, because it is addicted to being high so you will feel some symptoms like anxiety, depression etc. If you need help with coming off it, you can check out some treatment centers nearby who can offer assistance.


Answered: 2018-06-09 10:01:58

Youd have to take an extremely high dosage of Xanax to actually die. Even if youre popping quite a few of those bad boys every day, its only mixing it with something else that will cause a problem. If youre taking a lot of Xanax, be very careful about mixing it with alcohol or other drugs.


Answered: 2018-06-26 04:03:54

With around 4 million people meeting the criteria for marijuana use disorder in the US last year, Id say that its addictive. Around one in eleven people who use it will become addicted to it, so your odds are better than say, heroin, but you still run that risk. If you look at dependence vs addiction, honestly the number might be much higher, but most people can maintain a normal life whilst using marijuana, much like alcohol. However youre less likely to hit someone over the head whilst on marijuana, or maybe thats just me.

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