No not really, but I hope I did scared you, .25mg is a small dose, xanax is for Panic Attacks, if you get panic attacks you should not be drinking, here comes the famous line.
"drinking may help you in the short term with your PAnic", BUT IT WILL , YES WILL MAKE IT WORSE IN THE LONG RUN"~~.
I would suggest you not drink anymore until you get your illness under control. also read the label on xanax and alcohol!! iF You feel you can not stop drinking during this time, try AA or start accepting your Panic attacks WILL get worse.
If I sound short, its because I care, even though I do not know you, but remember we don't drink and drive and we don't drink and take medication. same results. a train
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