Every so often, after a night of heavy drinking, I get anxiety and panic attacks the following night. This usually leads to palpitations/PVC's. This seems to be associated with the alcohol. Again, this isn't all the time and I don't binge drink constantly. I just want to know if it is safe to take xanax the following day, 18-24 hours after consuming my last drink.
You're asking us to help you continue heavy drinking when you suffer from anxiety? I don't think you came to the right crowd. Taking a benzo so you can drink too much is beyond silly. If you have to drink too much that badly, you know you have a problem. Have a drink or two, stop there, and enjoy the light buzz. You don't have to get bombed to have a good time. And you certainly don't want to go on benzos so you can drink.
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