Buying Xanax Online
Xanax is a name brand drug in the benzodiazepine class of drugs and is used to treat anxiety disorder and panic attack symptoms. The generic name for Xanax is alprazolam. Both Xanax and alprazolam are available with a prescription from any pharmacy. Xanax is a tranquilizer and comes in dosages of 0.25 mg to 2 mg with most patients starting between 0.25 and 0.50 mg. There is also an extended release formula of Xanax called Xanax XR.
You should use caution when buying Xanax online. It is a commonly abused drug and should not be obtained without a prescription from an online pharmacy. There are many reasons to avoid taking Xanax without a doctor’s prescription including possible drug interactions, addiction and overdose. Xanax cannot be taken with certain drugs and foods as the combinations can cause adverse affects. An overdose of Xanax or taking Xanax in combination with alcohol or another sedative can be fatal.
Xanax can effectively treat the symptoms of anxiety, which include extreme or unrealistic fears or worrying, but Xanax should never be taken without direction and supervision of a doctor. You should not try buying Xanax online or from any other source without first talking to a doctor. It is illegal in the United States to dispense or obtain Xanax without a valid prescription.
If you are buying Xanax online with a valid prescription, be sure you are aware of the possible side effects, which include nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, chest pain, dizziness or light-headedness, sleepiness, change in appetite and weight, and muscle pain. If you notice a change in vision, have hallucinations or suicidal thoughts, or experience side effects like rash or hives that might indicate an allergic reaction, call a doctor immediately. Xanax carries a risk of dependency if more than 4 mg are taken per day for even a short period of time and withdraw symptoms may be severe. Rather than suddenly stop taking your medication, you should let your doctor direct you how to gradually reduce your daily dosage of Xanax.
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