Thank you all guys for your replies!
Medline is right, flumazenil would help but I don't think I could get a doctor to prescribe me that. They don't take withdrawal that serious and think that what I'm having is my baseline anxiety accompanied by its symptoms (I know it's not).
I'm desperate because I started my second year at Uni and I am having a hell of a time and was thinking of putting it on hold (what I can't really afford to do) until I am completely free of symptoms.
I have been reading some replies and other threads and realised that some of you guys are quiet well versed on this subject (pharmacology in general), so I would appreciate more advice in what to do.
What should I get to help with my severe
SA, depression, anxiety and withdrawal symptoms?
I thought of tiagabine because it's used to help people coming off of alcohol and it's not addictive and doesn't seem to develop tolerance.
What about baclofen?
Maybe take 1 clonazepam pill now and again with d-cycloserine (I looked online to get it and it's quiet expensive) to help with the "extinction" of my SA?
Anyway, thanks once again and please leave more opinions, advice, comments, experiences .... anything.