What Are Purple Xanax Bars?
Purple Xanax is one of the different types of Alprazolam (Xanax). Medical professionals commonly prescribed purple Xanax for anxiety and panic disorder management. It may also be used to reduce seizures and epilepsy.
Purple Xanax is also a controlled drug, which means it has the potential to cause dependence or to be misused. These medications are regulated by law and it is illegal to take Xanax without a prescription from a medical doctor.
Purple Xanax is suitable for the treatment of panic and anxiety disorder. These bars go by the street name sticks. Purple Xanax is legally available by physician authorized prescription only, but many benzodiazepine addicts buy Xanax online.
Do not use Purple Xanax if you are pregnant. It can cause congenital disabilities or life-threatening withdrawal symptoms in the baby.
You should not use Purple Xanax if you have a condition with narrow-angle glaucoma or if you are allergic to Alprazolam and other similar medicines such as clonazepam, Diazepam, and Lorazepam, etc.
Xanax may be habit-forming. Misuse of habit-forming medicines can cause overdose, addiction, or death. You should not use other drugs or alcohol while using Purple Xanax.
Before taking Purple Xanax pills
Users should inform their doctor if they have any additional physical or mental problems. They should inform their healthcare provider if having any of below-given conditions;
- Open-angle glaucoma
- Liver and kidney diseases
- A history of depression or suicidal thoughts
- Using other narcotic medications;
- Breathing problems such as asthma
- Epilepsy or seizures
- A history of drug or alcohol addiction.
How should I take Purple Xanax?
Users may take this medication orally with or without food, depending on your condition. Consumers should swallow the whole tablet without crushing, chewing, or breaking a Xanax Extended-release pill.
Never use Alprazolam for a more substantial amount or longer than prescribed; it can make you a drug addict or lead to overdose symptoms.
Users who stop using Xanax suddenly can experience specific unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Tell your healthcare provider if Xanax seems to stop working as well in treating your anxiety or panic disorder.
Store it at a cool and dry place, away from children’s reach.
Are there any side effects of using Purple Xanax?
This amount of Xanax can cause specific side effects even when taking it properly without any misuse. Common effects can occur when you first start using Xanax, and they may go slowly without taking any additional treatment. If they appear for an extended time, you should seek medical attention.
More Common side effects
Changes in patterns and rhythms of speech, lightheadedness, clumsiness or unsteadiness, lack of appetite, tiredness, trouble concentrating, difficulty with coordination, loss of interest or interest, relaxed and calm, shakiness and unsteady walk, sleepiness or unusual drowsiness, slurred speech, discouragement, drowsiness, feeling sad or empty, irritability, etc.
Less common side effects
Changes in behavior, being forgetful, chills, fainting, clay-colored stools, confusion about identity, place, and time, cough, dark urine, the decrease in the frequency of urination, the reduction in urine volume, dry mouth, ear congestion, environment seems unreal, fear or nervousness, feeling of unreality, feeling warm, fever, a general sense of discomfort or illness, etc.
Rare side effects
Actions that are out of control, the attack, assault, or force, chest pain, frequent ringing and buzzing or other unexpected noise in the ears, decreased responsiveness, awareness or pounding or racing heartbeat or pulse, deep or fast breathing with dizziness, ear pain, false or unusual sense of well-being, fast, slow irregular, feeling jittery, feeling unusually cold, generalized slowing of mental and physical activity, etc.
Xanax can interact with other drugs and medications. You should not take Xanax if you are taking another medication, including birth control, unless your provider has told you that it is safe. There are some medications or substances that you should never mix with Xanax, including ketoconazole, itraconazole, and alcohol.
Herbs, nicotine, illicit drugs, dietary supplements, and non-prescription drugs all have the potential to be dangerous if taken with Xanax. You should not take Xanax with grapefruit and grapefruit juice, or herbal or dietary supplements such as kava kava, melatonin, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), St. John’s wort, and valerian.
Xanax is not recommended if you are pregnant and/or breastfeeding. If you become pregnant while you are taking Xanax, contact your provider right away.
An overdose of Xanax is a significant risk, especially for people who are not taking the medication as prescribed or are mixing it with other substances. Overdoses of medications like Xanax can be fatal and require immediate medical attention. If you or someone you love overdoses on Xanax, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. If you or a loved one are struggling with substance use or addiction, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357 for information on support and treatment facilities in your area.