How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax Bars
The following blog post will look at exactly how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax bars, of why you may want to get prescribed Xanax, and of why Xanax can be incredibly helpful for those dealing with extreme anxiety, panic attack disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. Xanax can also be incredibly addictive, and can cause withdrawal symptoms that are extremely painful, that last for a very long time, and that may even require hospitalization in order to get off of properly. The following blog post will look at the pro’s and cons of taking Xanax, will look into why you may not want to use Xanax or get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax, and of what Xanax does in the brain and the body and of why it can cause such a painful amount of withdrawal symptoms. For more information on Xanax, Xanax bars, and a host of other similar and related Nootropics and Smart Drugs found on the web, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response.
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How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax Bars And Why They Can Help Anxiety
The question of “how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax,” is actually something of a scary one, and the simple reason for this is that it gets like tens of thousands of searches ever single month in Google, something that surprises me as far as just how many people are looking to try and scheme, manipulate, or just convince their doctor that they actually need a prescription for Xanax in order to cope with their day to day anxiety, as their are much better methods for doing so over the long term, such as exercise, meditation, and some forms of Nootropics. Nevertheless, for my loyal readership, my goal with this blog post will be to show you exactly how you can get your hands on a Xanax prescription, but will also show you why this can be incredibly dangerous and of why I don’t think that you should necessarily do this.
I’ve written a post previously that was very similar to this one called “How to get your doctor to prescribe you Adderall” because I think it is something that is very wanted information in both the Nootropics and the drug community, and since it has done so well, getting literally almost 1000 visitors every single month (on my previous website it got more like 17,000 visitors per month which is insane!) I am going to be starting a whole new category for just “how to get prescribed” type blog posts, as they are interesting and needed by many people in the community.
My hope is also that you will see my “free sample” blog sign up form on the website, and the free sample links on the bar atop this page and in the sidebar of this blog post, and will give the free sample of Nootropics a shot, get turned onto the idea of using Nootropics, and will take them as a healthy substitute rather than dangerous prescription drugs like Xanax, Klonopin, Adderall, Ritalin, and the like of related prescription drugs and medications, and if that doesn’t work at least I tried, and at least I’ll make some sales and get some branding and increased readership in the process! Enough of my rant, now onto how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax, and why you should not do this even once I tell you exactly how from A to B!
How to Get Prescribed Xanax By Your Doctor, and How to Take The Drug As Cautiously As Possible
Xanax is commonly known by its generic name Alprazolam, and is a benzodiazepine type drug that is similar to that of Klonopin, Valium, Fluoxetine, GABA, GHB, Alcohol, and a host of other similar and related GABA type drugs, and for this simple reason, it is entirely true that Xanax should not be mixed or stacked with any of these substances. The subject of how to get a prescribed Xanax by your doctor is an interesting one indeed on the internet, and with tens of thousand of searches every single month, it is one that I absolutely could not pass up the chance to write about on my blog. As you may very well know if you are reading this blog post currently, Xanax is one of the most popular anti anxiety medications on the market, likely the most popular if we are getting down to the meat of it, and is by far one of the most habit forming, psychologicaly addictive, and withdrawal syndrome prone drugs on the market, if not THE hardest of them all, as the withdrawal is so bad that this drug usually HAS to be tapered off of, and you cannot simply quit all out cold turkey like you can with other drugs, such as Adderall or opiates.
Why You Shouldn’t Learn “How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax Bars” If You Are Going to Be Abusing Xanax and Other Drugs
With regards to how to get prescribed Xanax by your doctor, and how you may want to go about doing this, the basic tactic is fairly simple, and the best way is to actually get an appointment with an MD, not a psychiatrist. For the purpose of this article, I am going to assume that you are trying to get Xanax bars because you have a legitamate anxiety disorder, such as generalized anxiety disorder or panic attack disorder, and this is why you want Xanax, but in all honesty if you want Xanax because you are dependent on the bars, or because you want to try out the Xanax high when it suits you best, or if you think you’d like to try mixing Xanax and Alcohol together to give those “Z Bombs” a shot that everyone has been talking about, then honestly this article’s tactic will give you the same effect than if you were going to your doctor for a legitamate prescription for a real disorder, so just know that all of those other mentioned addictions are going to lead to a dangerous road.
How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax for When You Really Need It
The way to do it is fairly simple, and there are two ways to go about it, with one that I always say you should leave behind as a type of back up plan. The two ways that you can do this are 1.Go to an MD nearby, this is the way that I recommend going, as they are a lot more leniant, do not have to go through as much rigorous testing, will save you literally over $1000.00 in psychiatrist and testing fees, and will actually give you what you are asking for the highest percentage of the time. Now with something like Adderall, Ritalin or Modafinil, drugs that may help someone to get through school or a rigorous job (all you really have to do is tell the doctor that you’re worried you’re going to fail out of school or that you are going to get fired at work because you can’t focus) and she or he will usually write you a prescription for the drug. With Xanax, it is slightly more difficult, and your best bet is to show that you either had a previous prescription for the drug, that you have taken the drug in the past with great success, that you have no prior history of addiction that runs in your family, or that you have had panic attacks for a large chunk of your life, and that it is screwing with your quality of life and that you want help!
What To Do Exactly to Get Prescribed Xanax By Your Doctor, and How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax As Fast as Possible
Xanax, and the question of “how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax” is something that you have to go about differently than if you are trying to get prescribed Adderall, Ritalin, Modafinil, Provigil, or Nuvigil, and the reason for this is that your approach to getting Xanax needs to be a lot more long term, as without this you will come across as too suspicious. The way to do it for this reason, and this is coming directly from friends I know that have a Xanax prescription, or who have had a Xanax prescription in the past, is to go into your psychiatrist or MD (more than likely you’ll have better odds with an MD) and to schedule weekly or bi-weekly appointments, explaining how you have panic attacks at work or at school, or when your girlfriend is around etc.
Depending on the doctor you get, they will either have you undergo testing and psychotherapy to try and “get to the root of your problem” and all of that other bullshit, or they will have you come in for maybe like a months worth of weekly appointments before writing you a prescription for the drug so that you can function. In my own personal experience and of that of friends who have gotten a prescription for Xanax before, if you go an MD instead of a psychiatrist, you may have your best chance of getting a prescription for Xanax in one shot, I’ve learned that personally if you go to a for profit MD, that you are most likely to get the prescription that you want also, as through this they will give you what you want so you keep coming back for more and continue to pay the monthly fee, more on “how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax” in the next paragraph.
What to Tell Your Doctor In Order To Get Prescribed Xanax
As stated in the former paragraph, getting prescribed Xanax is really no easy task, so you are going to want to have a plan in mind before you go into the doctor’s office, that means literally take out a pad and a pen and write down exactly how you are going to go about doing this, I know that sounds somewhat evil or unconventional, but if you need this drug to actually help you and have had a difficult time with getting it in the past, then this might be the time to really buckle down and give a new strategy a shot with regards to “how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax bars.”
- Know what you’re going to say before you go into the doctor’s office-I treat just about everything related to addiction and drugs like a war, and this goes for whether you are trying to get off of a drug, (see how to quit Adderall for additional details) or whether you are trying to get ON a drug (see how to get your Doctor to Prescribe you Adderall). Just about every single thing in life that is worth doing, or is something that someone might consider a stroke of good luck (and I think I would put miraculously getting a prescription for Xanax into the mix of that if you are someone that actually really needs the drug) can be related to fighting in a war, so make sure to employ tactics just the same. Get out a large sheet of paper, plan out exactly what you are going to say, visualize in your head what the appointment might look like from A to B before you walk into the doctor’s office, and maybe meditate before hand, visualizing the whole thing from A to B to C to D to Z before you go in.
- Have your life story ready before you go in there with regards to your chronic anxiety-If you don’t have any solid proof, like for instance, if you have never been diagnosed with a type of anxiety disorder before, then all I can say to you is, have your story ready to go before you go in the office, it’ll help you a lot with getting your facts straight once you’re in there, you wouldn’t take a calculus exam without preparing, so why the heck would you take an anxiety exam, am I right?
- Bring any previous prescriptions with you, any doctors names or old psychiatrists that have seen you for this conditions before, or any related information that may help you out-If you have this, this is likely to be your meal ticket with regards to getting yourself a prescription for Xanax. In this blog post on “how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax” I try to give you the real of what is going to happen once you start trying on the way down this path, and not to toot my own horn here, but I think I do a pretty good job. With this being said, make sure you bring any previous documentation with you with regards to your possible anxiety disorder, as this will help you out immensely for getting your foot in the door with a Xanax prescription.
- Be sure to check the doctor’s reviews online before you just go and schedule an appointment at a doctor’s office-You’ll see which doctor’s are freaking insane, which doctors are really easy to get stuff from, and which doctors are just plain nasty, and especially which doctors are going to be nickel and diming you to death. Look for a doctors office that is for profit and that has a history of five star reviews, as this will be your best bet with regards to finding a chill doctor that can get you what you want.
- Last but not least, do not panic…or maybe do panic?-Normally when I write posts about how to get a prescription from your doctor for Xanax, Adderall, Ritalin, Provigil, or whatever the heck it is that you’re trying to get your hands on, I am pretty straight forward, I do not beat around the bush, and I don’t even usually talk about the need for a plan, but with Xanax this is a lot different. With Xanax, you may have to prove that you are having chronic anxiety or panic attacks, lest the doctor could think that you are totally full of it, or worse yet, write you up for “drug seeking behavior,” something that you do not recover from, because that will follow you for life. While I usually say to not act nervous as that could tip a doctor off in the off chance that you are faking or that you don’t really need the medication, in this case you may want to act nervous, at least to an extent.
How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax The Right Way, My Experience With Doing This
Before I get right down to the meat of the question again of how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax, I want to look at how dangerous and addictive addiction to Xanax, Xanax Withdrawal, Xanax dependence and the Xanax overdose risk is with regards to regular use of the drug if this is what you are expecting being able to use the drug for, as this is really not what it was meant to be used for even in the slightest. Xanax was prescribed initially to only those people that are dealing with panic attack disorder, as this is the main way that it was effective, for short term use, someone has a panic attack while they are at work, or while they are about to give a speech, they pop a Xanax bar, and in about 30 to 40 minutes after, their panic attack has subsided entirely, similar to how beta blockers, sometimes called propanalol, are also used.
The unfortunate thing nowadays is however, that we have learned that Xanax is actually incredibly addictive, and that with even sporatic use of the drug only when panic attacks hit, like in the scenario described above, that the user can absolutely still become dependent, or addicted to the drug mentally, leading to cravings for the drug, a desire to take the drug when it is not needed, and continued use of the drug which can lead to addiction, withdrawal, overdose, and a host of other similar and related symptoms and dangerous effects of the drug. It can also lead to a type of criminal behavior known as “doctor hopping” something that I watched a PBS documentary about the other day with regards to the painkiller epidemic that is currently going on in the United States. The lady had a gallon zip lock bag that was full of about fifty bottles of painkillers that she just kept on refilling, so you know…watch your Xanax dosage, because if you’re not careful that could be you one day!
How to Get Prescribed Xanax By Your Doctor, Should You Go to An MD Or a Psychiatrist?
Like I said in a previous paragraph, albeit not in as much detail as I am going to run through it in this paragraph, an MD is absolutely your best way of how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax, as they are usually more laid back and do a lot less testing with their patients than a psychiatrist is going to do. With an MD however, you should still plan everything out, and know that there is no guarantees to any of this, all I can do is to advise you on your best course of action, whereas it is up to you to plan everything out and to actually take the action for yourself. I actually learned that MDs are the best way to get medication from a psychiatrist I had gone to back in the day when I was still in college, when I was trying to get a prescription for Adderall for my ADHD, one that my parents had previously taken away while I was in high school because they said “I didn’t need it anymore” and I was losing too much weight.
While Xanax is much more difficult to get prescribed to you than Adderall is, as the burden of proof is much higher, there are absolutely ways to get your hands on a Xanax prescription, just come up with scenarios, get your hands on some proof of your panic attacks, like maybe a previous doctors note, parent picking you up from school earlier in life because of panic attacks in the class room, recommendations from bosses, etc. every single little tiny bit is going to help in this instance, and the more proof you can show, the more likely your chances of getting your doctor to prescribe you Xanax will become.
Why A Xanax Prescription May Become Very Useful Later On In Your Life, and Why You May Want To Do Everything Possible to Get Your Hands On It
The last possible pathway that you can choose in order to get your hands on the Xanax prescription, is the long term route of persistence, one that is going to take a lot of time, hard work, and possibly nonsense stories. Say you go to an MD, and they evaluate you and say that they can’t just give out Xanax to someone of your status, or that you have tried multiple MDs and they all say the same thing, that you are just not a good candidate to get a prescription for Xanax, or that they want you to be evaluated by a psychiatrist and undergo either brain scans, psychological evaluations, or other related tests of the brain in order to see if you are a good fit for a Xanax prescription. Your best bet at this stage of the game, having played every other card that you have been dealt, is to work it best with the cards in your hand that you’ve got right now, something that too few people do in this world.
How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax If They are a Psychologist
Go to the psychologist or psychiatrist, and open up a rapport with her, don’t ask for Xanax bars right away, instead tell her about your history with anxiety, how you’ve had panic attacks every since you were a little kid, and of how it is screwing with your dating life, your work life, your sex life, or whatever the case seems to be. After several appointments, say that the psychotherapy or whatever it is that they give you isn’t working, and ask for medication (you may want to not bring it up and let her bring it up, however this could also drag this out for a really long time.) A lot of the time, after just a few appointments of telling her about your chronic anxiety, she will just give you the prescription.
A Friend’s Story With Addiction to Xanax Bars, and Why You May Not Want to Learn How to Get Prescribed Xanax By Your Doctor
This is going to be the disclaimer section of the article, so if you’ve already made up your mind,and me telling you not to do this is just going to make you hop off to another website, then stay on this blog post, subscribe to our blog for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, or just skip past this paragraph. I had a friend of mine back in college who was addicted to Xanax pretty hardcore, he would take 4-6 Xanax bars literally every single day, not to mention would sometimes snort them, and would take just about every single other drug under the sun, prescription or otherwise, and it was actually really scary to watch. He didn’t have a prescription for Xanax, and instead I believe he was getting Xanax from friends, something that I would not ever recommend, he always had plenty of a supply of the drug, and it always scared me being around him so much, especially when he would get drunk off of them, to the point where I would stop hanging out with him completely.
If you are using this article because you have been having legitamate panic attacks and are in need of Xanax or a related Benzodiazepine, then by all means, I applaud you for finding us. However if you are looking to use the tactics that I have described in this article for evil, for instance if you are using it so that you can continue to feed your Xanax addiction, or just to abuse the Xanax high, then I beg of you not to go through and do this, as you are likely to get caught number one, adnd past that, to fall victim to a very serious addiction.
Xanax is one of the hardest, and likely the toughest withdrawal syndromes to go through, can lead to brain damage with long term use, not to mention addiction, overdose, withdrawal and a host of other serious problems. I had another friend who was addicted to Xanax, and her speech patterns were slowed her reflexes were a lot slower than they used to be, and she had moved on to harder drugs, something that was very scary to watch, do not take Xanax unless you absolutely need it, and check out some of our Nootropic free samples in order to get alternatives to hard prescription drugs in exchange for healthy brain Nootropics. The next paragraph will look into how to get prescribed Xanax alternatives, and how to best use them for recovery and addiction to Xanax.
How to Get Prescribed Xanax Alternatives, Such as Phenibut, Kratom, Tianeptine or Picamilon, Do These Drugs Require a Prescription In Order To Buy Legally?
How to get prescribed Xanax alternatives is actually really easy, since drugs like Phenibut, Kratom, Tianeptine and Picamilon are 100% legal to purchase on the internet, and are very much great alternatives to Xanax bars and other similar and related types of Benzodiazepine type drugs. Let’s look at each drug seperately to decide exactly how each one works in the brain, as they each have different but similar effects, and many of these can mimic the effects of Xanax bars with regards to how powerful they are, and regarding the actual receptors that they affect in the human brain.
- CDP Oil (Legal In Some States)-CBD oil is essentially cannabis oil with what I believe is less THC in it than regular Marijuana has, and in some states, you can actually buy this stuff legally over the counter at smoke shops, convenience stores, or gas stations. It is not like synthetic Marijuana or some of the other junk out there, and in fact it is actually relatively mild in comparison to regular weed, I have included this on our list because it is absolutely one of the best legal highs on the market with effects similar to the downer of Xanax.
- Phenibut Capsules-A lot more potent than just regular CBD Oil, Phenibut and Phenibut capsules should be taken in around 500 to 1000 milligram capsules, one to two times daily, and should not be taken regularly as it can be very much habit forming and addictive.
- Kratom Capsules-Kratom is around hte same potency as Phenibut, and while it acts on the opiate receptors, rather than the anti anxiety receptors like Xanax bars do, it can still be a valuable alternative to Xanax, and can likely help to stave off many of the withdrawal symptoms from Xanax.
- Tianeptine Capsules-One of the more powerful and addictive Nootropics, it can actually be good for those that are dealing with IBS, Nicotine withdrawal, chronic depresion, and drug withdrawal from SSRI medications like Prozac and Zoloft, Xanax, Klonopin or other Benzodiazepine type drugs, and of course, painkillers and related drugs that act on the endorphin receptors of the brain and that act as inhibitor drugs, decreasing heart rate and anxiety levels.
- Picamilon Powder-A little bit more difficult to get your hands on in comparison to the other 5 Nootropics on this list, as Picamilon has been banned by the FDA as of about this time last year, meaning that the drug might be difficult to buy on the web, very effective nonetheless, and I believe that Smart Drugs for College.com and a few other Nootropics shops are still carrying the powerful Smart Drug.
- Kava Kava Pills, Tablets and Capsules-Kava Kava is actually very easy to get your hands on, and the drug is sometimes classified as a fruit, as I first heard when I was in a college class many years ago, can be a great type of downer Nootropic, and can really help to induce drowsiness in those dealing with Xanax withdrawals or related painkiller withdrawals. *
*Disclaimer: None of these drugs should really be used for Xanax withdrawal if it is serious or even just somewhat mild, as Xanax withdrawal can actually be very dangerous if it is not treated properly. If you are experiencing Xanax withdrawal, you are likely going to need to be weened off of the drug in the proper care of an outpatient facility under intense medical supervision, as it can be incredibly dangerous, these Smart Drugs listed above however can actually serve as viable alternatives to Xanax and other painkiller type drugs BEFORE you are hooked onthese powerful types of prescription drugs.
Final Thoughts On How to Get Your Doctor to Prescribe You Xanax Bars, and Why You Must Be Extremely Careful to Avoid Xanax Withdrawal
The way of how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax bars, as it is described in this article, is by no means fool proof, and should absolutely not be used unless you have a real and serious anxiety disorder to Xanax, as without a real disorder you are likely to get caught and face some serious legal consequences if you are caught doing this. If you are just looking for a similar Xanax high, see the Nootropics list above with drugs like Tianeptine, Kratom, Phenibut, Picamilon, CBD Oil and Kava Kava Root Extract for Legal downer highs that you can consider as valuable alternatives to Xanax bars, Klonipin, Alprazolam, and other related Benzodiazepine type drugs. For more information on how to get your doctor to prescribe you Xanax bars, plus tons of articles on all things Nootropics, Smart Drugs, and drugs in general, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of Nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response. Until next time, you heard it first right here at Nootropics University.com.
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