Recent studies show millions of people around the world are now on more medication than ever before. Whether because of medical issues, mental health, or everyday problems that seem insurmountable, the trend is on the rise, and the biggest culprit are Benzodiazepines or more popular by its illicit name, Xanax. The interactions and side effects of these dangerous prescriptions have led people on a wild goose chase to find relief. So can cannabis really be an answer?
If you have ever dealt with anxiety, then you have probably looked at taking Alprazolam, also know as Xanax. The most frequently prescribed benzodiazepine in the US, it is more than popular. It is an epidemic. Over 49 million prescriptions were written in 2011 alone. Used for panic disorders, phobias, and anxieties, the short-term effects can benefit many people. The long-term effects, on the other hand, can be devastating.
Xanax is dangerous, and highly addictive, both psychologically and physically, even at regular doses. It impairs cognition, speech, and motor function. Even short-term side effects can include:
- Dry mouth
- Memory problems
- Sexual impotence
- & Drooling, to name a few
Long-term effects leave people with psychotic experiences, delirium, cognitive deficits, depression, and aggression. Overdose can occur not just with too much, but with taking a normal dose after a break in use. An overdose can lead to respiratory depression or even a coma. Why would you ever want to take it?
Cannabis vs Xanax
Cannabis as a medical treatment is becoming more popular, not just for severe medical issues, but treating anxiety and depression as well. It relaxes the body and mind, has no significant long-term side effects, and is impossible to overdose on. It is the much healthier and safer alternative in virtually every instance.
Cannabis can relieve anxiety for many people. For some, however, especially new patients or those taking higher doses, it can cause it. In that instance, someone used to prescription pills might consider taking Xanax to level out. Don’t do it!
Xanax causes severe dizziness, confusion, drowsiness, cognitive issues, and motor coordination impairment. So what can you do if you want to stop taking Xanax?
Now we have an all-natural solution for you called 1Hour Break. It will change how the world handles anxiety.
If you want to relax but remain present and focused, try using a little bit of Kava Kava which mimics the relaxing effects of Xanax but without the drowsiness or crappy side effects.
Don’t risk dangerous pharmaceuticals at all. You can still enjoy the health benefits of cannabis, and stop the anxiety with 1Hour Break. Taking 1Hour Break® to relieve regular or cannabis-induced anxiety or panic attacks is simple. Anytime you feel anxious, all you do is spray 5 sprays (about 1ml) of 1Hour Break® beneath your tongue, wait ten seconds, and then swallow.
Because it is absorbed underneath the tongue, it bypasses the digestive system, so the effects are felt immediately. Kava Kava, sourced from the South Pacific, is the main ingredient and has been proven safe and therapeutic for relieving anxiety.
It works by binding to various receptors in the amygdala that regulate feelings of fear and anxiety, and in turn promotes calmness, relaxation, and a sense of well-being. It’s like getting a big hug from Mother Nature herself. Imagine experiencing a strong, uplifting, clear-headed buzz without any anxiousness.
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