Warning, Side Effects, and Other Things You Need to Know
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Alprazolam (xanax) is a benzodiazepine (pronounced as ben-zoe-dye-a-ze-eh-peen), and it affects chemicals found in the brain to help people with certain ailments such as anxiety and depression. Its primary uses are to help in the treatment of panic disorders, anxiety disorders, and anxiety attacks caused by depression.
Before we move forward to other information about Xanax, know that if you are taking ketoconazole or itraconazole, or if you’re allergic to this drug or other similar medicines (i.e. Ativan, Valium, Tranxene, etc.), then you should stay away from this medication at all cost. Furthermore, you shouldn’t use Xanax if you currently have narrow-angle glaucoma or if you’re pregnant with a child because it may lead to defects or life-threatening ailments for the unborn child.
How to Take Xanax
Never go beyond what has been prescribed by your doctor when taking Xanax. Follow all the instructions found written on your prescription label, and make sure never to use it with other anti-depressants. In fact, you shouldn’t even “drink to forget” as alcohol can make the condition worse instead of helping the healing process go as smooth as possible. If, by any chance, that the medicine stops working, then don’t answer the dilemma through overdose. Instead, immediately contact your doctor so they can prescribe you with other forms of medication. Note that Xanax and other similar products may become habit-forming, which can then lead to addiction. Furthermore, you should never share this drug with another person, especially to someone who already has a history of drug addiction or abuse.
What Happens If I Miss One Dose or If I Overdose?
If you forgot the miss a dose, take Xanax as soon as it enters your mind. However, if it’s almost time for your next dose, skip it entirely. Never take an extra piece just to make up for the missed dose when the time for the next dosage is already near. Now, what would happen if you overdose Xanax? If you think that you might have a problem because you’re now constantly seeking the drug, then immediately seek emergency medical attention. An overdose of Xanax or alprazolam can lead to mortality. But before it happens, overdose symptoms may include the following: confusion, extreme drowsiness, loss of balance, muscle weakness, fainting, and feelings of light-headedness.
What to Avoid While Taking Xanax?
Note that when you’re using Xanax, it may impair your reactions and thought processes. If you usually drive alone, seek the assistance of a friend or family member to drive you wherever you may want to go. Also, avoid drinking alcohol while using Xanax as it may cause dangerously severe side effects. Also, avoid eating grapefruit or drinking grapefruit juice as it might interact with the drug, which can then lead to unwanted adverse effects.
Are There Side Effects When Taking Xanax?
Some common side effects while taking Xanax include memory problems, slurred speech patterns, lack of coordination and balance, always feeling tired and drowsy, or perhaps even feelings of anxiety after waking up in the morning.
When going to the doctor to get online prescription for Xanax, make sure to tell the medical professional about all the other medications you’re currently using. Some medicines that may react to Xanax include digoxin, nefazodone, and antifungal medications.