Alprazolam (Xanax) capsules in the UK
Alprazolam (Xanax) is an anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) drug, benzodiazepine derivative average duration of action, which is used for the treatment of anxiety disorders, panic attacks. Alprazolam is used mainly for short-term withdrawal feelings of anxiety, fear, anxiety disorders and neuroses accompanied by a sense of anxiety, danger, tension, deterioration of sleep, irritability, as well as somatic disorders.
Alprazolam should be used in strict accordance with the doctor recommendations. To clarify the indications for using, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
Each dose should be washed down with a full glass of water.
You should not break, chew, or crush Alprazolam tablets prolonged action (Xanax XR) - they must be swallowed whole. These pills are designed to slow dissolution of the drug in the body.
Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
Alprazolam is addictive, may occur physical and psychological dependence. Do not exceed the dose and do not take the drug longer than your doctor prescribed. The effect of abstinence may come in the case of a sudden drug discontinuation after several weeks of continuous using. The convulsions may occur as side effect of abrupt drug withdrawal. Your doctor may recommend a gradual reduction in dose.
Xanax belongs to the class of benzodiazepines, affects unbalanced chemicals in the brain which may cause anxiety.
Alprazolam reduces the nervousness, anxiety and tension associated with anxiety disorders. Xanax is also used to treat panic disorders.
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