How Addictive Is Etizolam? More Than Xanax?
Benzodiazepine drugs are notorious for being extremely addictive, so one would expect Etizolam to be the same, right? Fortunately, that is not the case.
The structure of Etizolam is slightly different to other popular benzo’s like Xanax, and it’s this slight difference what could differentiate it from other benzo’s in regards to dependency and addiction probability.
The withdrawal symptoms of Etizolam are well-documented, and for new users, they can be incredibly discouraging. However, the majority of personal reports state that withdrawal symptoms are rare, if the drug is taken at the correct dosage, for the correct amount of time.
With that being said, Etizolam is still a substance, and all substances can be abused. Regular Etizolam use can definitely lead to an addiction and a physical dependency on the substance. The fact that Etizolam is not as addictive as Xanax and other benzodiazepines does not give you the green flag to abuse the substance without consequences.
Studies have shown that Etizolam is considerably more effective than Xanax, and personal reports state that Xanax is far more addictive, making Etizolam the logical choice for those who are looking to experiment with benzodiazepines.