Hi, Im new here. I was given xanax (.5mg) for panic attacks. blah blah blah.
I'm just wondering how long after drinking (say two shots of rum) is it safe to take a couple xanax. I'm always hearing horror stories about mixing them and i'm not quite ready to be in a coma or die. I just want to relax a bit.
That was the ignorant question I have ever heard on this
THIS IS FOR PEOLPE WHO ARE TRY TO BE ABSTINENT!!!!!
From alcohol and other drugs!!!!!
I suggest you ask the doc that prescribed your meds.
If you want help w/addiction that's different got it!!!!
I would not mix the two at all. you just don't know how your body
will react. What some people tolerate well could kill other
individuals. Personally, I'd wait 24 hours to make sure all of
the alcohol in the body has been removed
I don't think it was palahniuk's intention to offend, and was simply seeking information regarding Xanax and alcohol. While this may not have been the ideal forum in which to ask the question, i certainly don't think it's the "most ignorant" one asked. In fact I recall just last week some numbskull coming in here asking I believe about where to get crack or some other such garbage, and was obviously being an ignorant troll, intentionally.
You could possibly in the future be a little gentler on a poster asking an inappropriate question, if it seems (as it does to me) like it's simply a matter of unintentionally asking in the wrong forum.
As far as I can tell, this forum is here to be helpful, and while I'm not suggesting you should necessarily be helpful by answering the question if you feel it's truly inappropriate, you could simply be a little less harsh in voicing your opinion on the subject.
I apologize for I am the ignorant one I read pala's post
out of context again this morn.and this shed new light
into to me. I should not judge anyone like that. I will
be more careful in the future. I believe this has shed
new light into my soul.
sorry all the rock
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