Blue Xanax Bars

Xanax is a brand of alprazolam a benzodiazepine used to treat panic disorders with or without a fear of places and situations that might cause panic, helplessness, or embarrassment (agoraphobia).


How Does Blue Xanax bars and Other Types of Benzodiazepines Work?

Blue Xanax bars like other benzodiazepines, produce a state of calm in users. There are around 13 types of benzodiazepines, commonly referred to as “benzos,” that are approved for use as prescription medications by the FDA. They’re typically prescribed for the treatment of anxiety disorders and insomnia.

To be considered one of these drugs, the substance must have certain properties in addition to providing relief from anxiety. For example, these drugs also act as muscle relaxants, anticonvulsants and have hypnotic effects. What many people either don’t understand or may ignore is that benzos aren’t designed as a long-term treatment option for anxiety and other disorders. These medications are prescribed and intended for short-term use for acute symptoms, such as rapid-onset anxiety or panic attacks. If it’s taken for anything else or in any other way, there is the potential for abuse and dependency.


How Does Blue Xanax bars Work on the Central Nervous System?

Blue Xanax bars and other benzodiazepines are central nervous system depressants. The central nervous system is what’s responsible for maintaining the primary functions of our bodies, including the regulation of heart rate, breathing, blood pressure and body temperature. When taken, blue Xanax slows down these functions somewhat. Many of its effects are similar to drinking alcohol. The level of impairment, sleepiness and slow reaction time one may feel from Xanax are similar to drinking too much. Some of the side effects of short-term Xanax use include physical and mental relaxation and reduced feelings of fear, agitation and anxiety. Adverse side effects of taking Xanax can include extreme drowsiness, coordination problems, feeling dizzy or lightheaded or experiencing emotional problems.


How Does Blue Xanax Bars Work for Anxiety?

When you experience excessive stress or anxiety, the brain increases certain nerve signals that lead to feelings of anxiety. During these times, the brain produces an unbalanced amount of chemical signals, increasing brain activity, feelings of fear and anxiety and restricting the ability to calm the mind.

Xanax works by creating a calming effect by impacting the effects of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a naturally-occurring chemical in the brain. GABA is meant to be our natural tranquilizer and is found in 80% of the brain’s nerve connections. If you become anxious or nervous, your brain releases it to calm down the negative activity. If you have anxiety or panic disorders, Xanax works by binding to these receptors and stimulating its signals.


How Fast Does Blue Xanax  Bars Work?

Once ingested, Xanax takes 1-2 hours to reach peak levels in the bloodstream. Taking Xanax regularly may increase tolerance levels, so it may take more time to feel the effects. How quickly the drug is absorbed and eventually leaves the body is also affected by the person’s age, weight, alcohol use, liver function, metabolism, race and whether or not they smoke.

Xanax XR, an extended-release form of Xanax, reaches peak levels at the same speed as Xanax, roughly 1-2 hours. However, concentrations remain constant in the bloodstream for between five and eleven hours. High-fat foods up to 2 hours before taking the medication can increase the amount absorbed.


Types of Blue Xanax Bars

B7O7 Xanax Bar: There are several types of blue Xanax  the most popular is the blue rectangular pill with imprint B707 supplied by Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc which contains Alprazolam 2 mg.

Blue Football Xanax 706:Another blue Xanax pill is the blue, elliptical / Oval pill with the imprint 706 also supplied by Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc, this particular pill contain Alprazolam 1 mg.

G3721 Xanax Pill: A similar Xanax pill is the 1mg blue elliptical tablet with the imprint G 3721 supplied by Greenstone Limited.

R031 Xanax Pill: Actavis pharmaceuticals  produce a blue Xanax pill with the imprint 031R

GG 258 Blue football Xanax:  The blue oval Xanax pill with the imprint GG 258  contains Alprazolam 1 mg and is supplied by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc.

There are currently no legal blue Xanax bars 3mg pill even though there are many fake blue Xanax bars online and on the streets.


Using and Abusing Blue Xanax

Some people who are dependent on blue Xanax never abused drugs before. They were suffering from anxiety and looking to the medical field for support and relief. They started using blue Xanax and felt a vast improvement in symptoms. Some then assumed more of the drug would produce an even greater effect, so they misused it in larger doses. Others just use it for too long, and often with a doctor’s permission. They don’t realize they’re addicted to it until it’s too late.

Some people may try to decrease their dose and then experience withdrawal symptoms that mirror their initial anxiety. They assume they cannot cope without the drug and keep using or abusing it. Sometimes the anxious symptoms that resurface are caused by substance-induced symptoms that would otherwise dissipate if the drug abuse stopped.

Of course, abusers of this drug aren’t limited to those with a prescription in hand. Many are young people who get the drug from friends. College students are especially at risk for dependency since their rate of abuse for these drugs has peaked in recent years. SAMHSA notes those rates are higher among individuals with mental illness, too, touting 31.6 percent of college students who abused prescription drugs in 2010 had a mental health disorder, compared to 15 percent of those who did not have a mental health disorder.

Addiction is present in teens as well, with two-thirds who abuse prescription drugs noting that it’s easy to get their hands on prescription drugs – either from family members or from friends at school. This presents a concern for the long-term health of future generations who may be damaging their brains and bodies from a very young age.


Long term effects of Blue Xanax

When people abuse a benzodiazepine for a long stretch of time, the brain starts to forget how to operate effectively in its absence. Blue Xanax harnesses control over emotional responses, thought processes, memory, consciousness, and even muscular coordination. All benzodiazepines ramp up the production of neurotransmitters known as GABA, which are responsible for calming nerve impulses that lead to emotional expressions like anxiety and panic.

As tolerance develops, blue Xanax actually becomes less effective and will stop treating those emotional disturbances in an effective manner. Individuals who start using blue Xanax pills in larger doses are more prone to becoming addicted sooner, but most can fall prey to dependency in a month or less even on small doses. Blue Xanax pills or bars can also produce turbulent mood swings that sometimes result in violent, aggressive, or hostile behavior.

Blue Xanax can cause appetite to wane and may lead to weight loss, or binge eating episodes when users experience a surge of hunger. While the effects Blue Xanax has on neurotransmitters paints a picture of stimulation, these drugs actually make users quite tired. For this reason, lethargy is very common and can conversely lead to weight gain. Users may become extremely forgetful and others will take note of this. It can get so bad that individuals miss deadlines for work and forget about family functions they are meant to attend.


Seizures and Blue Xanax Abuse

Some benzodiazepines are prescribed to treat seizure disorders. Sometimes, people who struggle with alcohol use disorder receive doctor-monitored prescriptions for benzodiazepines to ease their bodies off dependence because sudden alcohol withdrawal may induce seizures. The action benzodiazepines like Xanax has on the GABA receptors is very important for people who suffer these conditions.

GABA stands for gamma-aminobutyric acid, which is the primary neurotransmitter in the cerebral cortex. At normal levels, this neurotransmitter is involved in feelings of excitement, energy, and even temporary anxiety; at higher levels, anxiety and panic disorders can occur; and at even higher levels, GABA imbalances can cause seizures.

Blue Xanax and other benzodiazepines act on the GABA receptors to calm them down, but they have a high potential for dependence, abuse, and addiction; trying to end an addiction on benzodiazepines may induce seizures too. Although some people may be able to stop taking Xanax suddenly, and only experience some rebound insomnia or anxiety, others may develop seizure problems, which can be extremely dangerous. As a result, medical detox is always required for Xanax withdrawal. READ: Fake Blue Xanax Bars

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