Anonymous asked in HealthAlternative Medicine · 9 years ago

Would 70 milligrams of Xanax mixed with alcohol end a life?

If you took 70 milligrams of xanax and mixed it with some bourbon just say enough to get you pretty drunk, but not to drunk, since if you drink to much you'll probably end up throwing everything up. Would this kill you and how would it kill you?

3 Answers

  • Burden
    Lv 4
    9 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Yes, you would stop breathing. This is not a good combination to mix and 70 mg xanax is still completely ridiculous and would kill you alone.

    I suggest you just drink yourself to sleep and quit posting these questions about high dose xanax as the range of medication you are asking about is beyond overdose by multitudes.

  • Tink
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    Overdose is a very ugly death, for one thing you **** and **** yourself since you lose control of your bladder and bowels.

    I've been sick at home for nearly a month now while every weekend you post a question every hour about killing yourself.


    Call a damn shrink instead.

    Your problems can't be all that - if you had serious problems you wouldn't be on the ******* computer, you would be homeless, or in the hospital, etc.

  • 9 years ago

    Yes it will. Probably. Unless you're found choking on your own vomit first and rushed by ambulance to the nearest ER to get immedietely professional medica ltreatment, consider yourself as good as dead. So you're going to want to be SURE you're not found if you're really serious about suicide. Even if you're going to be home alone all night lock yourself behind a deadbolt door or two. AND secure a plastic bag over your head with rope or big rubberbands. And when you lie down awaiting to pass out and die lie on your back, not your stomach, so you do choke to death on your own vomit. If you lie on your stomach its unlikely but possible and has happened before that you might just puke your guts out while passed out and wake up the next day quite alive covered in puke and possibly with liver damage :(

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