The Dangers of Combining Xanax and Alcohol

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  1. Is the overdose factor the main risk? What if say you were to take 1 bar (would never over do on the Xanax) and then have a couple of drinks; like 3 glasses of wine or the equivalent in units. How bad is this realistically? Is it only when your at the point of passing out that this combination is dangerous or can frequently mixing moderate doses of each be harmful long term. I’ve heard that the combo is bad for your liver or kidneys but I don’t know to what degree. I would have thought that having 6 less drinks in a night but achieving the same feeling of wellbeing or β€˜high’ would actually be less harmful to your organs but as you say the combination can create new harmful molecules in your system. Anyone have insight into this?

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