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Xanax is a brand name for alprazolam. Xanax belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepines. These drugs act on the Central Nervous System (CNS) depressants. Xanax works by slowing down the neurotransmission of GABA in the brain which has an overall calming effect.
What affects how Xanax works?
The half-life of Xanax can vary from person to person. Several factors can affect how quickly the body processes it.
Some factors that may change the half-life of Xanax include:
• being older
• being of Asian descent
• having obesity
• having alcohol use disorder
• having kidney problems
• having liver problems
All of these factors can increase the time that it takes for the body to eliminate Xanax completely.
Different doses of Xanax create different overdose risks for each person. For example, someone who is less tolerant of Xanax may overdose on a lower dose of the drug than someone who has been taking a moderate dose over a longer period of time. Again, combining Xanax with other CNS depressants can increase your overdose risk regardless of the Xanax dose you are taking.
Types of Xanax
Xanax and generic alprazolam come in different dosage forms and doses. These include:
• Oral concentrate: At a concentration of 1 mg of alprazolam for every 1 mL of liquid
• Orally disintegrating tablets: At doses of 0.25 mg, 0.5 mg, 1 mg, 2 mg
• Short-acting tablets: At doses of 0.25 mg, 0.5 mg, 1 mg, 2 mg
• Long-acting tablets: At doses of 0.5 mg, 1 mg, 2 mg, 3 mg
What Is a Normal Dose Amount for Xanax?
Each person’s Xanax dose can vary widely depending on their needs and reasons for taking the drug. As such, it is difficult to generalize a normal dose range. For example, a common starting dose of short-acting Xanax is 0.25 mg when used for anxiety. However, the max dose of short-acting Xanax for anxiety is significantly more than that at 10 mg per day.
How Often Can I Take Xanax?
The long-acting dosage form of the drug should be taken once daily, while the shorter-acting dosage forms may be taken more frequently. For example, when used for anxiety, some doctors may prescribe Xanax to be taken up to four times a day.
It is important to note that you should only take Xanax as often as your doctor prescribes it. Taking a higher dose than prescribed or using it more often than prescribed can increase your risk of overdose, physical dependence, tolerance and addiction. If your current dose of Xanax is not helping you, talk to your doctor to explore other alternatives — never adjust the dose on your own.
Xanax Overdose Treatment
Like most substances taken in toxic levels, treatment mostly depends on a case-by-case basis. Because slowed breathing, low blood pressure and slowed pulse are some of the major risks of Xanax overdose, medical professionals will often address these concerns first. In some cases, doctors may administer flumazenil, a benzodiazepine reversal drug.
Before taking Xanax, tell your doctor if:
As with all prescription medicines please advise your physician of all the prescriptions you take and if you have any allergies. You need to inform your doctor if you have Glaucoma, if you have suffered from depression, or if you pregnant of planning to become pregnant. Additionally, tell you Doctor if you take any herbal remedies, in particular St. John’s Wort.