Xanax overdose effects

Xanax Overdose Side Effects

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Xanax overdose effects
Xanax Overdose Side Effects

Doctors give trusted answers on uses, effects, side-effects, and cautions: Dr. Werner on xanax overdose side effects: This is a large dose of xanax -- and.

Very dangerous.: Both are controlled substances and should only be taken under the advice physician. Xanax or Alprazolam is a benzodiazepine medication, is habit forming and can result in sign. Sedation.. Lortab, an opioid, is habit-forming and can result in sign sedation. In larger doses both can cause difficulty breathing, and when used IV in combination are common cause of accidental death by overdose. ... Read more.

It depends: On ur metabolism, i.e. The way ur body & brain absorb & eliminate xanax & on other factors too. The best 4 u is 2 address all ur questions & concerns re: possible side-effects of daily xanax. 25mg, by talking directly 2 ur prescribing doc. Be safe and reassured the right way, that is, by a good communication & clear understanding of ur rx w/ur real life doctor. Hope this help! best wishes 2 u!... Read more.

Withdrawal ; seizure: This is a large dose of xanax -- and suddenly stopping would risk severe withdrawal including possible seizures. There would be confusion, agitation, sweating, nausea, severe anxiety, etc. Please do not stop this suddenly. Discuss any potential changes in dose with your physician before doing them.... Read more.

Increase side effect: Increased side effects, like drowsiness, nervousness and heart problems. Remember xanax is habit forming. It is always recommended that you use your medications as directed with your doctor. If the recommended dose is not resolving your problems then see your doctor for re-evaluation and adjustment of your therapy. Stay safe.... Read more.

Depends on what you: Are taking it for. If you have occasional anxiety (like fear of flying ) it will calm you down and make it easier to overcome your fears. Taken regularly for generalized anxiety disorder it can improve symptoms as well, but it is short-acting, and only lasts a few hours. There are other ways to treat anxiety including antidepressant meds and psychotherapy. It can produce physical dependency/abuse.... Read more.

Alprazolam is a short acting benzodiazepine, it does not last long in the system. So when used regularly with multiple doses to treat anxiety, it is associated with inter-dose withdrawal, tolerance and a resulting increase level of baseline anxiety. So in anxiety clinics, we use it only in cases of " flight, dentist or other infrequent anxieties, not on daily basis.... Read more.

Should : Have very little side effects from one benzo to the other. Little easier to wean down on the lorazepam. So slow and steady and it should limit the side effect issues... Read more.

Alprazolam is a short-acting benzodiazepine which is a kind of sleep-inducing drug (anti-anxiety drug, psychiatric drug).... Read more.

Xanax: Mainly sedation, lightheadedness, imbalance, dependency if continued regular use.... Read more.

When the maximum dose of medication or treatment is exceeded.... Read more.

Is Xanax safer?: Xanax ( alprazolam ), a short acting benzo, is prescribed to treat anxiety symptoms, as is Buspar, which effects serotonin receptors. At 1st glance, a doc might be quick to point out that there is risk of dependence on Xanax, among other risks, while buspar has fewer dangerous side effects. Still, the best way to find out about *your* risk/benefit SE profile is to discuss your case w ur MD. :)... Read more.

Sedation,and others: Sedation, confusion, lethargy, tiredness, yawning. Increased risk of dependence and addiction. If addicted to either, stopping use is difficult. Withdrawal symptoms can be very uncomfortable. Nausea, vomiting, chills, cramping and aching pain, restlessness, insomnia, agitation, hallucinations and seizures. Very dangerous combination.... Read more.

Xanax: Side effects include sedation, dry mouth, nausea, headaches, lack of focusing, change in taste & smell senses, most of such effects are uncommon & dose-related.... Read more.