5 Reasons Why You Should Never Use Drugs Or Alcohol to Cure Your Fear of Flying

1. Developing a dependency
So you’re getting that promotion, great! But now you need to travel, often. Taking a pill to get over a 2 hour flight may seem like a good idea, but if you are flying more than 4 times a year this option may not be for you, as many anti-anxiety medications are habit forming and addictive. Dependence can be built up in as little as four weeks of use.

2. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, over the age of 65, or are taking medication
There is a marked increase in falls and injuries while taking anti-anxiety medication as well as a risk of the drug passing from mother to the child through the placenta. Alcohol and anti-anxiety drugs like Xanax, Valium, or Klonopin are harmful when taken in conjunction with certain medications. Antihistamines, pain-killers, sleeping pills, and anti-depressants can all increase the toxicity of anti-anxiety medication.

Did you know?
Did you know How to Buy Xanax 1 Mg Online without Prescription that Anti-anxiety medications are a drug family called benzodiazepines or tranquilizers. They work by slowing down the body’s central nervous system and reducing brain activity, thereby cutting down the effects of a panic attack.

3. The side effects…
You’ve finally made it on the plane but after a few drinks or a few pills Buy Xanax Online you become irritable, belligerent, and/or nauseous. Each airline carrier has their own rules about removing a passenger, and ultimately your ejection from the plane is at the discretion of the flight crew.
The side effects associated with anti-anxiety medication and alcohol are (but not limited to):

Slowed reflexes
Impaired judgment
Distorted/Blurry vision
Increased anger

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