Xanax (Alprazolam) is commonly used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. It falls into a category of medications called benzodiazepines. They are known to affect the central nervous system components and produce a calming effect, thus decreasing brain activity
Take this product by mouth as/if directed by your physician. Dosages need to be considered based on your health conditions, age, and response to a particular treatment. When brain activity is inhibited, panic attacks and depression feelings, with all the following symptoms diminish. The dosage may be gradually increased until the drug starts showing good results. Follow your doctor’s advice closely to avoid risks of complications and side effects.
In case of stopping the treatment, if you have been using Xanax for a considerable amount of time and especially if it was consumed in high dosages, you may experience withdrawal reactions. Those symptoms may include seizures and other types of symptoms. To avoid above mentioned reactions, you shall reduce your dose gradually or follow doctor’s instructions. Report any reactions or complications immediately to a physician.