I've have heard on this site that xanix is and can be additive, which we know is true, we also know that other ssri like zoloft and paxil and others can be just as additive and people can't get off of them. I've heard that people say you get use to xanix in a short time and isn't effective anymore yet i see people who have been on it for 7 to 14 years who still claim it works for them. We all know that it either works for a person or doesn't. I would like to know from people who are taking this medication what kind of results they have had on it as far as adiction or length of effectiveness, Has anyone seen medical journal reports on this medication as to how long it is efective in a person and how long it is safe to take before it becomes adictive and at what strength.
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