Have any of you ever used xanax or a similar remedy for breakup pain? I just want to forget her and feel better with xanax after break up.
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It's important to approach the healing process in a healthy and sustainable way, and to prioritize self-care and self-compassion.
While Xanax may be prescribed by a licensed healthcare professional for the treatment of anxiety or other related conditions, it's important to remember that medication should be used as directed and under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Misusing or abusing prescription medication can be dangerous and can lead to serious health consequences.
If you're struggling with the emotional pain of a breakup, it may be helpful to seek the support of a therapist or counselor, who can provide guidance and resources for healing and growth. Remember that healing from a breakup is a unique and personal journey, and that it's important to prioritize self-care and self-compassion during this time.0
I don't think so. It'll just dope you up and make you sleepy, mostly.
It's not an antidepressant (which I also don't recommend) which are serotonin enhancers. (And woefully flawed.)
If you were having a panic attack, Xanax could be useful. But not to get over heartache.0
Sure but it’s highly addictive. I did the whole binge drinking after my break up and it’s really not worth it. only way to actually get through pain is to allow yourself to feel it as shitty as it is. Numbing is weak and temporary it does nothing for healing0
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Psychotropic drugs are not Answers or Fixers.0
It didn't help little Xan, so be careful with that.
He couldn't even stand still or talk normally and he had his eyes in pretty much sleep mode.
You're going down a rough road w that decision... It's like alcohol or drugs... It's a temporary fix. I know it sucks, but being sad is part of the process, instead of using a drug why not go to the gym? Start a new hobby? Of course date other chicks. I would try to do all that stuff rather than medicate the problem.10
People who rely on psychoactive drugs to feel better, are fooling themselves while risking death.
If you broke up, why do you miss them? Obviously they were not a good match, or the breakup would never have happened. A breakup is to provide relief, it is an exit from a person you should not have to put up with.0
NO , dont address these issues with drugs , it simply masks the issues , you need to be strong enough to get though without resorting to the pharmacy.0
I’m not a stranger to drugs, but I never use them to feel better. That’s how you develop bad habits and addictions. You don’t want to rely on substances to cure your happiness.
only use drugs socially or recreationally 🤷♂️0
I‘m taking xanax rn, started right after a break up, because I’m constantly crying and having panic attacks. Xanax helps me with that but it’s not like I forgot him or the pain feels less, as I said it just stops my hysteria and panic attacks whenever they occur. I’m taking it for a month exactly0
Getting through an emotionally difficult time is probably the worst possible reason to start a drug in my opinion0
Possible for you to become a mass shooter on it0
I know people who used the drug, got addicted, and changed them for the worst.2
I wouldn’t recommend taking Xans to “feel better” cuz of a break up… Yeah you hurt now, but it’ll get better.0
You’re the one that’s thinking about it so you tell me0
No. Face the pain, drugs will only ruin you in the long run.10
no. But, whatever works for you0
Better off buying sex0
Well, your first mistake is thinking a pill will make it better. Secondly, Xanax is used for anxiety and panic attacks, not for depression.
If you use any prescription, it’s to be used in conjunction with actual self betterment to help the way you think and heal.
Xanax is also a benzodiazepine. Benzo’s and alcohol’s withdrawal can actually kill you. Any kind of benzo gets you addicted within like a fucking week on the lowest dose, and can take months to taper off.
And being from a open air drug market neighborhood, I have a lot of personal experience with addicts. First, you get your legitimate prescription. You get addicted without realizing it, then when your doctor don’t wanna refill it no more, you try going to another doctor, and it may work, may not, but eventually you get redflagged. This means you’re forced to buy off the streets, and then you gotta take more and more to feel better, making it much more expensive, and you’re rolling the dice because you never know if it’s real of fentanyl. Then you start popping School Buses, Demons, or Hulks (Counterfeit Xanax that are much stronger. Their nicknames match the color) and you get laced.