Xanax without Prescription
Xanax is a trade name of Alprazolam. It is used for the treatment of anxiety disorders, neurosis, panic attacks, depression, anxiety caused by depression, and insomnia.
Xanax provides sedative, soporific, and tranquilizing action. As this drug has expressed myorelaxing action it is effective during various somatic disorders which appear in the setting of the central nervous diseases.
As most advanced tranquilizers Xanax reduces the excitability of neurotransmitters of the central nervous system by means of inhibitions of the excitability of the subcortical structures of brain.
Xanax differs from analogues because it shows a prolonged action and therapeutic effect is gained even during low doses.
The dosage regimen is selected individually for each patient. The treatment is started from low doses 250-500 mg of Xanax 3 times a day. To increase the therapeutic effect the dose is taken every 3-4 days.
The optimal daily dose of Xanax is 3-6 mg but the dose may be increased up to 10 mg a day for severe panic disorders. The maximal dose of Xanax 10 mg should be taken under the supervision of the doctor and for a short period of time. The side effects directly depend on the dose, and unwanted reactions may happen in case of the prolonged use of Xanax.
The side effects are weakly expressed and run its course. But patients may feel the following reactions within the first several days: sleepiness, headache, low ability to attention concentration, low mental and motor response, nausea, and heartburn.
Ethanol may increase the intensity and amount of side effects, and therefore alcohol is strictly contraindicated during the treatment. If you use drugs which contain ethanol, you should consult a doctor before buying Xanax.