Anyone experiencing symptoms of an anxiety disorder should speak with a doctor. They may recommend therapy, medications, or a combination of both. To diagnose an anxiety disorder, doctors will typically carry out a physical examination to check for any underlying conditions and ask a person about their symptoms.
They may also perform a psychological evaluation and compare the person’s symptoms to the American Psychiatric Association’s criteria for anxiety disorders.
Getting medication for anxiety isn’t as difficult today as it once was. In fact, several types of healthcare providers (including those who practice primary care) and mental health professionals can prescribe anti-anxiety medications.
What is Green Xanax?
Green Xanax are generic brand of alprazolam, the most common ones are the 2mg rectangular S 90 3 pills commonly known as hulk Xanax produced by Dava Pharmaceuticals Inc, and the football S 902 1 mg green Xanax also produced by the same company.
Green Xanax bars are used to treat anxiety disorders and panic disorder (sudden, unexpected attacks of extreme fear and worry about these attacks). If you have an anxiety disorder, your doctor may prescribe green Xanax oral tablets for your condition.
It’s normal to have feelings of anxiety caused by the stress of everyday life. But for people with anxiety disorders, anxiety symptoms can be more severe and don’t go away on their own. These symptoms include trouble concentrating, being irritable or angry, and more.
Green Xanax bars are used to treat:
- Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). People with GAD have uncontrollable worries about common situations. They may have symptoms such as feeling that something bad will happen or being unable to calm themselves.
- Panic disorder. A person with panic disorder has recurring and unexpected panic attacks. A panic attack involves feeling sudden, intense fear. And it can cause physical symptoms such as breathing difficulties, fast or racing heartbeat, and sweating.
For each of these uses, green Xanax bars are prescribed only to adults. The drug hasn’t been studied in children (anyone ages 17 years and younger).
How Much Does Green Xanax Bars Cost With A Prescription
The actual price of Green Xanax depends on:
- the type of drug prescribed(S903, S902, & others)
- whether you take a generic or brand-name drug
- your exact dosage
- your insurance coverage
- whether you take more than one medication
Anxiety disorders often go untreated because people are worried about the cost of medication or other treatments. On average, brand-name anxiety medications cost about$1,100.00 without insurance. There are many ways to save money on prescription drugs, including switching to generic brands. Generic Green Xanax cost about $60.00. Although there are cheaper versions of green Xanax all over the internet, these are fake green xanax and some contain the deadly fentanyl responsible for a series of overdose deaths linked to Xanax.
There are still other ways to make anti-anxiety medication affordable even if you’re uninsured or underinsured. Many pharmaceutical companies also offer patient assistance programs (PAPs).
These programs offer assistance to low-income households to help obtain their prescription medications. Ask your doctor for more information, including how to apply.
How to Get Cheaper Green Xanax With Prescription
According to Forbes, there are several ways you get your prescription medications at a cheaper rate they include:
Work With Your Pharmacist
Your pharmacist will often be able to point out a few money-saving tips that you can then discuss with your doctor. Some of these tips might include potential green Xanax generic alternatives, switching your long-term meds to 90-day supplies or taking advantage of pharmaceutical company discount programs.
Get Familiar with NeedyMeds and RXAssist
NeedyMeds is a website with a wealth of information about prescription drug savings. It lets you search for medications by diagnosis or condition, review different drug manufacturer savings programs and look for coupons and rebates. Make sure you verify the information you find on NeedyMeds with your doctor or pharmacist.
RXAssist is a database where you can search individual drugs and review prices by pharmacy. Your physician can also use the site to search for drug safety net programs (such as providing medication to the uninsured) or to find a rep for a particular drug in your area who can offer you coupons or drug samples.
Consider Generic Drugs
Generic green Xanax prescribed in place of their name-brand equivalents can save you anywhere from 30 percent to 80 percent at the cash register according to the FDA. And if you’re concerned about the quality and efficacy of a generic drug, the FDA requires that all generics meet stringent criteria compared to their brand-name counterparts, including strength, active ingredient(s) and how it reaches your bloodstream.
When your doctor writes a prescription, make sure they check the box that allows the pharmacy to substitute a generic equivalent for the medication. You can also ask your doctor point-blank for a medication that offers a generic version.
Buy in Bulk: Get a Prescription for a 90-Day Supply
You might be surprised how getting more of prescription medication can cost less than a regular one-month supply, but it could be true. From mail-order pharmacies to in-store savings programs offered by pharmacies at Walmart or CVS, you save the most on many medications by getting your doctor to write you a prescription for a 90-day supply.
For example, the price of three 30-day refills on a generic medication at CVS could cost you $10 each, totaling $30. Yet the same medication dispensed for 90 days would only cost $15. At Walmart, they offer a select group of generic drugs that only cost $4 for a 30-day supply and 90-day prescriptions only cost $10.
Grab a Free Prescription Savings Card
There’s no shortage of free prescription savings programs out there where you can search for the drug you need online (including dosage and quantity) and you can see which pharmacy in your area offers the drug at the best price.
However, if you use a prescription savings card from these programs, you won’t also be able to use your insurance. For example, you might opt to use the savings card instead of your insurance if the medication isn’t on your insurance formulary (not covered) or if the savings card price is lower than the price you’d pay with insurance.
Here are some of the most popular programs: