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Is Xanax addictive?

Despite its therapeutic uses, Xanax also has great abuse potential. While thought to be less addictive than opiates, Xanax addiction also causes physical and emotional withdrawal effects, which sometimes can be severe. It's important to take medication as directed by your doctor to prevent the risk of addiction. Prescription drugs should also never be bought from illegal sources or used without a prescription. 

Fatigue and accidents during rush hour

There are a lot of factors that can increase the probability of accidents occurring in particular areas at certain times. For example, the winter months can be dangerous in northern states which often see a lot of snow and ice. In many places, roads can become hectic during rush hour. To make things worse, many people who are behind the wheel during this time of the day are struggling with sleep deprivation and high levels of fatigue due to a demanding day at work. This can be a deadly combination, and far too many accidents have occurred as a result of fatigue and rush hour traffic.

How many drinks does it take to get drunk?

The holiday season is right around the corner. That means that more and more people will be taking to the road after drinking at parties and gatherings. Drunk driving not only causes legal woes, it also endangers yourself, your passengers, and any other drivers you encounter while on the road. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explain how many drinks it takes before you feel the effects of drinking. 

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