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Xanax (Alprazolam) is a short-acting tranquilizer of TBZD (Triazolobenzodiazepine) class, which are BZDs (benzodiazepines) fused with triazole ring. It comes under the schedule IV controlled substance and a common drug of abuse. It acts through the GABA receptor just like other benzodiazepines. Alprazolam oral tablet is a prescription drug available under the brand-name drugs Alprazolam Intensol, Xanax, or Xanax XR.
It is available in both immediate-release as well as extended-release forms, along with an orally disintegrating form. Alprazolam also comes in a solution form. All the forms are for oral intake. An ER drug releases slowly into the bloodstream over time. An IR drug releases into the bloodstream more quickly. Use the extended-release tablets only to treat panic disorder.


What Does Xanax do?
It is useful in the short-term management of anxiety disorders, especially in panic disorder or generalized Anxiety Disorder. Along with other treatments, its use is also in the treatment of chemotherapy-induced nausea.
It may indicate the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder and the Treatment of Anxiety conditions with co-morbid depression. It associates with the benzodiazepine class of medications. It acts on the nerves and brain (central nervous system) to produce a calming effect. It intensifies the impact of a particular natural chemical in the body, which is known as GABA.
Dosage Of Xanax
Its usual intake is for no longer than four months to Treat Anxiety Disorder and not for longer than ten weeks to treat panic disorder. The most common side effects of using Alprazolam oral tablets are headache; drowsiness; dizziness; blurred vision; memory problems; sleep problems; trouble in concentrating; lack of coordination or muscle weakness; nausea or vomiting; upset stomach; increased sweating; diarrhea; dry mouth; stuffy nose; weight loss or gain; loss of interest in sex; increased or decreased appetite. These effects may go away with time if they are mild. If they are severe and don’t go with time, then talk or visit the doctor.