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  1. Zologul

    I was recommended by my dr to commence taking Xanax while I was in with treatment for a heart compliant. The dr reassured me that my complaint was actually anxiety and stress and not the heart attack I was expecting every day. The medication was a life saviour and now I actually know what my symptoms actually are they can be delta with

  2. Jura

    works great 10/12/06 Well it works great to fall asleep. I just don't want to take it regularly. I've taken it off an on (like maybe once or twice a week) for 4 or 5 months. But once my sleep aid (Trazadone) was causing bad chest pains/heart abnormalities I had to find a new sleep aid. So I started taking Xanax 1 mg every night (for 2 or 3 weeks). It works but I already had to change my dosage from .75 mg to 1 mg to fall asleep. Rozerem, Lunesta, Gaba and 5-HTP didn't work for me. But I finally tried Ambien last night and it worked with no side effects. All those crazy side effects of sleep walking and hallucinating made me very scared to try it and I put off trying it for years. But nothing weird happened last night so hopefully I can stick with Ambien since its less habit forming than xanax. Hope this helps. 10/19/06 UPDATE: Damnit :( the Ambien caused chest pains and heart arrhythmia too. That's the 3rd sleep aid that caused that side effect (Trazadone, Elavil, and now Ambien). That's supposed to be a really rare side effect with Ambien so I didn't think it would happen. I guess my heart is just really sensitive to sleep aids. So I'm back on xanax (hopefully temporarily) while I find another sleep aid that works without affecting my heart. I might try Lunesta again at higher dosage (3 mg). If anyone has advice please help!

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