Pfizer Xanax (Alprazolam) is a white pill used to treat anxiety disorders and panic attacks which manifest symptoms such as restlessness, flushing, shortness of breath, trembling, sweating, palpitations, and insomnia. There are several other types of white Xanax pills such as the GG 249 White rectangle pill containing Alprazolam 2 mg, G 3719 Pill, and the G 372 2 pill both supplied by Greenstone Limited. On the other hand, the pill with an R039 imprint has been identified as 2mg Alprazolam (Xanax ) manufactured and supplied by Actavis.
Does White Xanax and R039 Yellow Bars feel the same for everyone?
White Xanax and R039 Yellow Bars or other generic versions of alprazolam, doesn’t affect everyone in the same way. How Xanax will affect you depends on several factors, including your:
- mental state at the time you take the drug
If you’re taking this anti-anxiety medication for the first time, it’s important to understand its side effects and potential interactions before use. Read on to learn what it should and shouldn’t feel like, and answers to other commonly asked questions.
What does White Xanax and R039 Yellow Bars feel like if you’re using it recreationally?
Many people who take Xanax recreationally, or without a prescription, describe the feeling as sedating or calming. Unlike some drugs, such as cocaine, that produce a “high” or euphoric feeling, Xanax users describe feeling more relaxed, quiet, and tired. These feelings may lead to falling asleep or passing out for a few hours. Some people have also reported memory loss or blacking out and not remembering what happened for several hours. Higher doses will have stronger effects.
What if you are using White Xanax and R039 Yellow Bars to treat an anxiety or panic disorder?
If you take this medications as it’s intended – commonly prescribed to treat anxiety or panic disorders, you may feel “normal” after your first dose. The sedating effect can help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and calm your body’s response to the anxiety or stress.
What if you drink alcohol after taking White Xanax or R039 Yellow Bars?
Alcohol increases the effects of both White Xanax and R039 Yellow Bars and slows down how quickly your body can clear the drug from your system. If you take the medicine and then drink alcohol, you may experience extreme lethargy and prolonged memory loss. It’s advised that you avoid combining the two substances. It’s possible that the combination will lead to dangerous, even deadly side effects. These include:
- difficulty breathing
- extreme drowsiness
What if you combine White Xanax or R039 Yellow Bars with another drug or medication?
You should avoid combining Xanax with several other drugs due to their interactions. Xanax can interact with many medications, including some:
- oral contraceptives
- heartburn drugs
These drugs can prevent the pathway that’s responsible for eliminating Xanax from your body from removing it as quickly as should happen. Over time, this may lead to a toxic buildup of the drug and eventually an overdose. Speak with your doctor or a pharmacist about all the medications you’re currently taking to ensure that they won’t have an interaction. They can assess the risks and discuss them with you.
You should also avoid combining any type of Xanax with drugs — even over-the-counter ones — that can make you sleepy, slow your breathing, or cause extreme lethargy. The compounded effects of combining these drugs may be dangerous and put you at risk for health issues or death.
What shouldn’t you feel when taking White Xanax or R039 Yellow Bars?
The effects of both Xanax should be mild, but detectable. If the drug appears to be having a significant impact on you, you should seek emergency medical attention.
Symptoms to watch for include:
- extreme drowsiness
- muscle weakness
- loss of balance
- feeling lightheaded
You should also seek emergency medical attention if you experience signs of an allergic reaction. Signs may include swelling of the face, lips, throat, and tongue and difficulty breathing. Likewise, if you experience signs of withdrawal, you should contact your doctor immediately. Xanax is a potentially habit-forming drug, so some people may develop a dependency or addiction without realizing it.
Does the dosage change the way it affects you?
Xanax’s doses are available in milligrams (mg). They include:
The effects of Xanax become more significant as the dose increases.
Doctors generally recommend that first-time Xanax users start with the lowest possible dose. Until you know how the drug will affect you, it’s better to take less and build up to a higher dose. High doses can be fatal. This goes for everyone — from first-time users all the way up to people who’ve used Xanax for many months or years as prescribed by their doctor. You shouldn’t take a higher dose than what’s prescribed by your doctor.
High doses are also associated with a puzzling complication known as the “Rambo effect.” This unusual side effect occurs when a Xanax user begins displaying behaviors that are very unlike them. This might include aggression, promiscuity, or theft. It’s not clear why some people react this way or how to predict if it will happen to you.
R039 Yellow Bars VS White Xanax Bars which is stronger?
Most white Xanax contains 0.5 mg, 1 mg, 2 mg, or 3 mg of Alprazolam. The extended-release formulation of alprazolam designed to deliver sustained therapeutic concentrations for 24 h after once-daily dosing. Plasma concentrations gradually decline as the time for the next dose approaches, but still remain above therapeutic minimum levels. The R039 pill contains 2mg alprazolam equivalent to 2 mg white Xanax in strength.
How long does White Xanax and R039 Yellow Bars take to kick in?
Xanax is taken by mouth and absorbed quickly by the bloodstream. Some people may first begin experiencing the effects of Xanax within 5 to 10 minutes of taking the pill. Almost everyone will feel the effects of the drug within an hour. One of the reasons why Xanax is so effective for treating panic is that peak impact from the dose comes quickly. Most people will experience it between one and two hours after taking their dose.
How long will the effects of White and R039 Yellow Bars last?
The effects of Xanax are brief. Most people will feel the strongest impacts from the drug for two to four hours. Lingering effects or “fuzzy feelings” may stretch out beyond that for several more hours. How long it takes for the drug to impact you will depend on several factors. They include:
- your weight and metabolism
- your age
- other medications you may be taking
It’s possible to build up a tolerance to Xanax quickly. If that happens, you may begin to notice it takes longer for you to feel the sedative effects of the drug, and the feelings may wear off more quickly.
Both yellow and White Xanax have a half-life of around 12 hours, most users will have the drug out of their systems after 4 days. A half-life is defined as the amount of time it takes for the concentration of the drug to be reduced by 50% (in other words, after one half-life, the concentration of the drug in the body will be half of the starting dose). Urine tests can detect Xanax for up to 5-7 days after the last use. Saliva tests can detect Xanax for up to 2.5 days after the last use. Blood tests can detect Xanax for up to 1-6 days after the last use.
What does it feel like when Yellow R039 and White Xanax wears off?
Xanax has a half-life of about 11 hours. By that point, your body will eliminate half of the dose from your bloodstream. Everyone metabolizes medications differently, so the half-life is different from person to person. As Xanax wears off, most people will stop feeling the calm, relaxed, lethargic sensations that the drug is associated with.
If you take this medication to relieve symptoms of anxiety, like a racing heart, those symptoms may begin to return as the drug is eliminated from your system. If you don’t have these symptoms, you’ll begin to return to a “normal feeling.”
Is a Xanax comedown the same thing as withdrawal?
A Xanax comedown isn’t the same thing as withdrawal. A comedown is the letdown of high emotions following peak drug effects. Many people who take Xanax don’t report a “comedown” because Xanax doesn’t cause a “high.”However, some people may experience feelings of depression or anxiety, even if they’ve never had an issue with these conditions, as the chemicals in their brain adjust to the lack of the drug. This rebound anxiety or depression is usually temporary.
What does withdrawal feel like?
R039 Yellow Bars and White Xanax has high potential to be a habit-forming drug. Symptoms of withdrawal typically begin two to seven days after your last dose. They can last two to eight weeks. If you take Xanax, don’t stop it without talking to your doctor first. Some withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous. You need to follow a program with your doctor’s supervision to taper off the high doses and ultimately quit entirely.
Are xanax bars popular with teens?
The 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health showed that young adults were the most likely to have ever used alprazolam or the closely related drug lorazepam for non-medical purposes. The rate of abuse for those aged 18-25 (10.3%) was nearly double that for people aged 26 or over (5.7%). According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Xanax is currently the tranquilizer drug most commonly used by 12th graders. Additionally, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health showed that young adults were the most likely to have used alprazolam for non-medical purposes.
Xanax Abuse Treatment
Upwards of 47 million prescriptions for Xanax are written every year making it the most popular psychiatric medication in the United States. These numbers contribute to the fact that up to 40% of people who take benzodiazepines like Xanax will develop an addiction to those pills. Treatment for this kind of debilitating addiction has to be two-pronged: physical and psychological. A medical detox is necessary to circumvent the hazards of benzo withdrawal and remain comfortable and safe as the body becomes accustomed to the absence of Xanax. Rehab, itself, however, is also vital for skill-building and relapse-prevention planning while learning to understand and defy core issues that may have led to addiction in the first place.