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As with any other benzodiazepine medication, Xanax® (alprazolam) can cause withdrawal symptoms if you suddenly stop taking the drug. Some of the possible Xanax withdrawal symptoms can include vomiting, hallucinations, and seizures. Seizures are often the most dangerous possible withdrawal symptoms of Xanax. Even forgetting a single dose of Xanax can lead to withdrawal symptoms. If you are considering stopping Xanax, make sure to talk to your healthcare provider. He or she will gradually decrease your dosage to help prevent withdrawal symptoms.
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