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  1. Well i know from personal experience not second hand. Taking a benzo at a reasonable dose regularly or when you need it has very little in ways of detrimental side effects. I wouldn't recommend popping a 5mg bar of xanax everyday , but something around 0.5-1mg will get the job done without causing physical or psychological dependence. These drugs have replaced the archaic, highly addictive and very dangerous barbiturates. It is very unlikely taking a closely monitored dosage will lead to depende
  2. Hi Sara. I am sorry you are experiencing these panic attacks. I've had this debilitating ailment for a few years. Now of course i am not a doctor but i do find it odd that your GP would prescribe a serious SSRI anti-depressant for panic attacks. Perhaps you could ask him for some benzodiazepines such as Lorazepam (Ativan), Diazepam (Valium) or Alprazolam (Xanax). This would allow you to take the drug as needed, when you actually feel the attack coming on. They work fast (faster with sublingual a
  3. I have oily and sensitive skin so i exfoliate once a week. Monday mornings i apply a dime size amount of Biore Pore Minimizing Microderm Exfoliator...great stuff IMO.