Description. Xanax 2mg (Onyx or GG249)

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Xanax is a tranquilizer used in the short-term relief of symptoms of anxiety or the treatment of anxiety disorders. Anxiety disorder is marked by unrealistic worry or excessive fears and concerns. Anxiety associated with depression is also responsive to Xanax.

Xanax and the extended-release formulation, Xanax XR, are also used in the treatment of panic disorder, which appears as unexpected panic attacks and may be accompanied by a fear of open or public places called agoraphobia. Only your doctor can diagnose panic disorder and best advise you about treatment.

Some doctors prescribe Xanax to treat alcohol withdrawal, fear of open spaces and strangers, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, and premenstrual syndrome.

Xanax may be taken with or without food. Take it exactly as prescribed. Do not chew, crush, or break the Xanax tablets.

Tolerance and dependence can occur with the use of Xanax. You may experience withdrawal symptoms if you stop using the drug abruptly. The drug dosage should be gradually reduced and only your doctor should advise you on how to discontinue or change your dose.

Overdose: Seek emergency medical attention. An overdose of Xanax can be fatal. Overdose symptoms may include extreme drowsiness, confusion, muscle weakness, loss of balance or coordination, feeling light-headed, and fainting.

Missed dose: Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. Skip the missed dose if it is almost time for your next scheduled dose. Do not take extra medicine to make up the missed dose.

Store Xanax at room temperature away from moisture and heat.

The most common Xanax side effects include changes in the appetite of the patient who is on Xanax, dizziness, a change in sexual desire, drowsiness, light headedness, an increase in the production of saliva and tiredness. Other side effects that have also been observed in patients who are taking this drug are unsteadiness, difficulty in concentration and a characteristic dry mouth.
Most anxiety medications end up having side effects on the individual taking them and Xanax is no exception. However these side effects are fairly rare and in the event that the side effects above persist, it would then be necessary for you to see a physician. When using this drug some people may also develop severe allergic reactions, tightness in the chest, difficulty in breathing, decreased urination, fainting and loss of coordination. Furthermore patients may also experience muscle twitching, worsening mood problems, hallucinations, seizures, peeling of the skin, insomnia, difficulty in speech among others.
If at all you are addicted to other benzodiazepines, for instance Librium, Ativan, Valium or Xanax itself, you should not take it. Pregnant women should not take Xanax as it has the ability to result in birth defects in the unborn baby. It is essential that you inform your doctor if you are suffering from glaucoma, breathing problems, kidney or liver diseases or if at all you have a history of depression or drug and alcohol addiction before taking this drug. It is also important for you to avoid taking alcohol while taking this drug.

Common Side Effects of Xanax

Xanax 2mg

(Onyx or GG249)

Product name: Xanax 2mg (Onyx or GG249)
Synonyms: Xanax, Alprazolam, Onyx, GG249

Xanax 2mg - The Best Anti-anxiety medication

Xanax is a type of drug that belongs to a group called benzodiazepines. This drugs works by influencing the production and/or uptake of certain neurotransmitter in the brain including serotonin. An imbalance in the levels of these neurotransmitters usually results in anxiety attacks. Xanax is a drug that is used in the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, and panic disorders