Don’t Want To Be Addicted To Psychiatric Drugs?
good morning, I’m a 21-year-old student, when I go to a psychiatrist I am always given alprazolam and clonazepam, which is recommended to take 1×1, but I take alprazolam when I really can’t sleep and clonazepam for really strenuous activities. u003cbr u003 taking both types of drugs irregularly actually makes things worse?
Good evening, thanks for the question
The doctor will generally give the type of drug and how to drink it according to the patient's medical indications. Some drugs may be asked to be taken routinely to reach certain target targets or to achieve optimal levels of drugs in the blood, whereas some drugs do not, for example, because they are only shown to reduce symptoms.
This also applies to psychiatric cases. We advise you to re-consult this condition first with the psychiatrist who treats you to get more targeted advice according to your medical diagnosis and current condition.
No need to worry too much about the risk of dependency, because if you comply with the treatment given, and regularly check your condition until it has been declared stable then the risk of dependency will be minimal.
That's all, hope you can help