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Selena Gomez Crippled by Panic Attacks

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Clare Waismann of the Waismann Method quoted on Selena Gomez, In Touch Weekly, October 12, 2015:

“Ativan and Klonopin work by suppressing natural brain activity and so does alcohol — so they should not be mixed,” explains Beverly Hills addiction specialist Clare Waismann, who hasn’t treated Selena. “A large enough dose of both of these combined can shut down vital organs and cause an overdose or even death.”

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