I have no clue, I've never heard such a thing.
Maybe those people were talking about
the benzos (ie; xanax, klonopin, ativan, lorazepam) which can become addicted at high dosages if on them for a long long time.
But if you're at a low dosage, such as a total of 1 mg a day of any of these, I seriously doubt you would become addicted to these benzos.
I think that's what they were referring to.
Anti-depressants/SSRI's are fine for long term use, and so are benzos.
Maybe they should have made it more clear to you?
Hope this helps
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