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Don’t combine alcohol and Xanax

Xanax belongs to the group of tranquilizers. Thus this medication is capable to eliminate or mitigate the neurotic manifestations of fear, anxiety, emotional stress, sleep disorders.

Xanax drugs provide :

  • calming effect,
  • anti anxiety,
  • harmonizing effect on the emotions,
  • anxiolytic action, which is manifested in the reduction of anxiety, fear and emotional tension.

However, you shouldn’t self-prescribe Xanax. Besides it will be difficult to buy Xanax without prescription at street pharmacies. With any signs of neurotic state (tension, restlessness, anxiety, various phobias, sleep disturbance) you should turn to a psychiatrist. In extreme cases - to the neurologist. Only after their consultation you may buy Xanax. Like any other medication Xanax may interact with alcohol, and often this interaction is rather dangerous.

Why is it not recommended to combine alcohol and Xanax?

Xanax And Alcohol
Alcohol, taken in conjunction with medication can:

  • distort pharmacological effect of drugs, making it toxic;
  • alter the sensitivity of cells, tissues and organs to drug;
  • lead to the accumulation of oxidized products, disrupting metabolism;
  • reduce the formation of proteins in the liver, detoxifying drugs that begin to accumulate;
  • inhibit enzyme systems, which dramatically increases the effects of medications taken in normal doses.
That’s why, taking alcohol while treatment with Xanax you are at risk of such Xanax side effects, as: drowsiness, dizziness, problems with coordination, unusual behavior, memory problems, slow heart rate and breathing.

If you notice any side effect of Xanax and alcohol mixing or other dangerous conditions, immediately call emergency help. Since the use of Xanax can lead to physical and mental addicting (decrease in the effect of chronic administration) and the appearance of withdrawal symptoms, it should be used in short courses (no more than 2-3 weeks).