That's rather a long to be suffering from troubling symptoms of menopause. I hope that if there are still problems of that variety, that they have been properly checked out.
You are indeed receiving a number of meds, including some currently fashionable ones used in the treatment of depression and bipolar disorder, such as Venlor and Rivotril. I don't know of a Zoliprim. Zolpidem is a sedative hypnotic tranquillizer used to help people get to sleep. Zyloprim is a generic of Allopurinol, a drug used to treat gout. I wonder if one of these is what you mean ?
It's not necessarily that some drugs are automatically "too strong", though you might not necessarily need them all, and if you do, maybe the doses need adjusting.
Now, fortunately, these drugs are not "highly addictive" in the usual way I think you mean. However, it is never wise, except rarely on specific advice from your doctor, to just suddenly stop these, or any medicine that affects your brain, or indeed quite a number of other medicines. They need to be reduced gradually, and your doctor will advise you on how best to do this, when it becomes wise to reduce and stop them.
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