you can not go CT Turkey from zanex it can cause sezuires that can be life threating I want you to look at this site it will tell you all about coming off of benzos go down to where it says the ashton manual. Look at last it will hellp http://www.benzo.org.uk/profash.htm
Hey there, welcome to the forum!
From what I understand, you took xanax every night for 2 years, you CANNOT go cold turkey on them. Benzos need to be tapered off very slowly.
I used to take oxazepam, which is kinda like xanax, a short active benzo as well, 200mg/day for 9 years, it took me 14 months to taper it off and it was not a walk in the park but it was soooooo worth it....
Can you give me more info on how much you are taking, why and why you wanna stop? I don't mean to be intrusive but it'll help me to help you.
avisg gave you the site already where to find A LO of information, here's an example of a taper plan from xanax: http://www.benzo.org.uk/manual/bzsched.htm#s1
Keep in touch, xoxoxo. sophie.
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