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What is Alprazolam?
Alprazolam helps treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and anxiety caused by depression. It belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepines. This medication works by boosting the effects of a natural chemical in the body.
Alprazolam oral tablet comes in both generic and brand-name versions. Alprazolam Intensol, Xanax, and Xanax XR are some of the brand names for this medication.
Alprazolam oral tablets are available in the form of immediate-release, extended-release, and orally disintegrating forms. Alprazolam is also known as an oral solution. You can easily order alprazolam online. If you want to buy alprazolam online, make sure that it is genuine.
Alprazolam can slow down or stop your breathing, mainly if you have recently used alcohol, an opioid medication, or other drugs that can slow your breathing.
Do not use this drug if you also use itraconazole, ketoconazole, or are allergic to alprazolam or similar medicines such as Valium, Ativan, Tranxene, and others.
If you combine alprazolam with alcohol, opioids, or other drugs that make you drowsy or slow your breathing, fatal side effects could occur.
Avoid taking alprazolam if you are pregnant. This drug may cause congenital disabilities or life-threatening withdrawal symptoms in a newborn.
What to know before taking alprazolam?
Do not take alprazolam if:
- you also take antifungal medicines such as itraconazole or ketoconazole
- You have a history of allergic reaction to benzodiazepines such as diazepam, alprazolam, lorazepam, Ativan, Restoril, Klonopin, Tranxene, Versed, Valium, Xanax, etc.
You must tell your doctor if you ever had any of the following conditions to make sure that this medicine is safe for you:
- drug or alcohol addiction
- breathing problems such as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or sleep apnea (breathing that stops during sleep)
- kidney disease
- liver disease (especially alcoholic liver disease)
- mood problems, depression, or suicidal thoughts or behavior
Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. Alprazolam may be harmful to an unborn baby. Do not take this medication during the first trimester of pregnancy. If you use alprazolam while pregnant, your baby may become dependent on the drug. This can lead to life-threatening withdrawal symptoms in the baby after it is born.
Do not breastfeed while using alprazolam.
How to take alprazolam?
The dosage of this medication depends on several factors. These include:
- your age
- the type and severity of the condition you are using alprazolam to treat
- the form of the drug you take
- other medical conditions
Take alprazolam as prescribed by your doctor. Read all medication guides and follow the directions on your prescription label. Your dose may be changed from time to time by your doctor. Never take more alprazolam than prescribed or for a longer duration. Inform your doctor if you have an increased urge to use this medication.
Never give this medication to anyone else, especially someone who has a history of drug abuse or addiction. Misuse of alprazolam can cause addiction, overdose, or death. Keep alprazolam in a place where others cannot get to it. It is illegal to sell or distribute this medication.
Carefully measure liquid medication. Use the medicine dose-measuring device provided or a dosing syringe.
Swallow the extended-release tablet whole without crushing, chewing, or breaking it.
The orally disintegrating tablet should not be swallowed whole. Allow the whole tablet to dissolve in your mouth without chewing.
Do not take alprazolam for longer than four months to treat anxiety disorder and for longer than ten weeks to treat panic disorders. Pay close attention to your doctor’s dosing instructions.
Stopping this medication quickly may lead to unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Follow the instructions of your doctor for tapering your dose.
Always store this medication at room temperature, away from moisture, heat, and light. Keep a record of your medicines. You should be aware if anyone is misusing your medication or using it without a prescription.
Use alprazolam liquid within 90 days.
Adult Dose for Anxiety:
Immediate-release tablets/orally disintegrating tablets (ODT): Take 0.25 to 0.5 mg orally, 3 times a day
The maximum dose is 4 mg per day
Adult Dose for Panic Disorder:
Immediate-release tablets/orally disintegrating tablets (ODT): Take 0.5 mg orally, 3 times a day
The maximum dose of this drug is 10 mg per day
The initial dose is 0.5 mg to 1 mg orally once a day
The maintenance dose is 3 mg to 6 mg orally per day, preferably in the morning
The maximum quantity of this drug is 10 mg per day
An alprazolam overdose can be lethal.
The overdose symptoms may include feeling light-headed, extreme drowsiness, muscle weakness, confusion, loss of balance or coordination, and fainting.
What to avoid while using alprazolam?
Do not drink while using this drug. It may lead to dangerous side effects or death.
Avoid driving or doing a hazardous activity until you know how alprazolam will affect you.
Grapefruit may interact with alprazolam. Avoid using grapefruit products with alprazolam. It may cause unwanted side effects.
Alprazolam side effects
Alprazolam may cause an allergic reaction. The symptoms of an allergic reaction include swelling of your face, tongue, lips, or throat, hives, difficulty breathing.
This medication can slow or stop your breathing, primarily if you have recently used alcohol, an opioid prescription, or other drugs that can slow your breathing. If you have shallow breathing, if you are hard to wake up or stop breathing, someone caring for you should get emergency medical attention.
The common side effects of alprazolam may include:
- dizziness or lightheadedness
- blurred vision
- nausea or vomiting
- dry mouth
- upset stomach
- weight loss or gain
- lack of coordination
- trouble concentrating
- increased sweating
- increased or decreased appetite
Call your doctor immediately if you have:
- hallucinations, risk-taking behavior
- weak or shallow breathing
- a light-headed feeling
- a seizure
- yellowing of the skin or eyes
- increased energy, decreased need for sleep
- racing thoughts, being agitated or talkative
- double vision
Alprazolam’s sedative effects may last longer in older adults. As a result, it may lead to accidental falls in elderly patients. Use caution to prevent falling or injury.
What drugs can interact with alprazolam?
It is not always safe to take many drugs at the same time. Some medicines might affect the blood levels of other medications you are taking, potentially increasing side effects or making the medication less effective.
Using alprazolam with other drugs that make you drowsy or slow your breathing can cause dangerous side effects or death. Ask your doctor before using the medicine for depression or seizures, a sleeping pill, a muscle relaxer, opioid medication, or prescription cough medicine.
Alprazolam can interact with many drugs. Some of these drugs include over-the-counter medicines, prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal products.