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If you abruptly stop treatment with Xanax® (alprazolam), withdrawal symptoms may occur that could lead to serious complications. Symptoms of Xanax withdrawal may include a rapid heartbeat, anxiety, hallucinations, panic attacks, and seizures. Your healthcare provider may need to wean you off the drug slowly to reduce your chances of Xanax withdrawal.
(Click Xanax Withdrawal for more information on the potential dangers of a Xanax withdrawal, a more complete list of possible withdrawal symptoms, and an explanation of how to help prevent withdrawals from Xanax.)
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