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What is Xanax and when is it used?
Xanax contains alprazolam, a substance from the group of benzodiazepines, as the active ingredient. Xanax has an anxiolytic, relaxing, and calming effect. It is used to treat anxiety, tension and panic disorders.
What precautions should be taken?
Simultaneous consumption of alcohol or certain other drugs can increase the effect of drugs containing benzodiazepines such as Xanax.
When should Xanax not be used?
Xanax must not be taken in the event of hypersensitivity to benzodiazepines or any other component of the preparation, as well as pathological muscle weakness (myasthenia gravis), severe impairment of respiratory function, respiratory failure during sleep (sleep apnea syndrome) and severe impairment of liver function.
Xanax must not be taken with certain anti-fungal agents or agents used to treat AIDS (so-called protease inhibitors).
When should caution be advised when taking Xanax?
This medicinal product can impair the ability to react, drive, and use tools or machines!
As with all benzodiazepine-containing preparations, taking Xanax can lead to dependence. This can occur especially with uninterrupted use over a long period (in certain cases after a few weeks) and results in withdrawal symptoms after abrupt discontinuation of the drug. Restlessness, anxiety, insomnia, poor concentration, headaches, and sweating can then occur. These dependency effects may become less after two to three weeks.
To keep the risk of developing addiction as low as possible, please note the following:
- Only take Xanax as directed by your doctor.
- Tell your doctor if you want to stop taking the medicine.
- Your doctor will periodically decide whether treatment needs to be continued.
- Long-term use (usually more than four weeks) may only take place under careful medical supervision.
- The simultaneous use of Xanax and opioids can lead to a strong depression of certain brain functions with severe breathing disorders up to unconsciousness and death and must therefore be avoided.
Xanax must be dosed carefully in patients with impaired kidney or liver function.
In patients suffering from depression, treatment with Xanax can lead to certain mild to severe pathological symptoms (so-called manias).
The effect of this medication is increased by the simultaneous use of sedatives, strong pain medicines and other drugs that affect the CNS, as well as drinks contain alcohol. Certain antibiotics, anti-high blood pressure medicines, anti-depression medicines and some other medicines can affect and increase the way Xanax works. Xanax can also affect the way some other medicines work (e.g. lithium and digoxin). It is therefore imperative that you inform your doctor that you are taking other medicines.
Xanax should be dosed carefully in elderly patients because these people are more sensitive to Xanax than younger patients.
Drug or drug abuse is a known risk with Xanax use. Xanax may only be given to patients who are prone to drug abuse, as well as alcohol addicts and drug users, in exceptional situations and under strict medical supervision. Patients receiving Xanax should also be monitored appropriately during treatment.
Patients with rare hereditary problems of galactose intolerance, the Lapp lactase deficiency or glucose-galactose malabsorption should not take Xanax tablets.
The use of Xanax in children and adolescents under 18 years of age has not been studied.
Can Xanax be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding?
Xanax should not be used during pregnancy, especially during the first three months, and while breastfeeding. If you are pregnant or want to become pregnant, it is imperative that you consult your doctor.
If Xanax is used late in pregnancy or during childbirth, side effects may occur in the newborn. Newborns whose mothers have frequently taken benzodiazepine-containing preparations during pregnancy may develop addiction and therefore show withdrawal symptoms.
If it is necessary to take Xanax while breast-feeding, you must stop breast-feeding.
How do you use Xanax?
The doctor will determine the dosage that is suitable for you, as well as the duration of treatment and when to take the tablets.
Usual dosage instructions
The usual dose is 0.5 to 1.5 mg daily in divided doses. Depending on the patient’s response, up to 4 mg daily, and in isolated cases up to 6 mg, may be necessary. The tablets are swallowed whole with some liquid.
The Xanax 2 mg tablet is oblong and has three break lines. To divide, the tablet is placed on a hard surface with the embossing facing up and pressed onto the center of the tablet with the thumb. The two halves can be divided further in the same way. This results in 4 parts of 0.5 mg each.
The Xanax retard tablets are taken once or twice a day. If taken once a day, the tablet should preferably be taken in the morning. The usual starting dose is 0.5 to 1.5 mg daily; Depending on the patient’s response, up to 4 mg daily and in isolated cases up to 6 mg may be necessary. The tablets are swallowed whole with some liquid and must not be bitten or divided.
Further dosage instructions for all tablet formulations
The dosage must be reduced in elderly patients or in those with a weak general condition.
An increase or decrease in the dose must be prescribed by the doctor and carried out exactly according to the instructions. In particular, Xanax must never be stopped suddenly.
The use of Xanax has not been studied in children and adolescents under 18 years of age and can therefore not be recommended (see also “When should you be careful when taking Xanax?”).
Please do not change the dose yourself. If you think that the medicine is too weak or too strong, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
What side effects can Xanax have?
Side effects occur predominantly at the beginning of treatment and usually disappear with treatment or with a dose reduction.
As with all benzodiazepines, behavioral disorders and paradoxical reactions such as memory impairment, confusion, aggressiveness, agitation or hallucinations can occur in rare cases. If such symptoms occur, the doctor must be informed immediately.
The following side effects may occur when taking Xanax:
- Very common (affects more than 1 in 10 users): Depression, drowsiness, drowsiness, exhaustion, irritability, poor memory, dizziness, headache, speech disorders, movement disorders, dry mouth, constipation, weight change.
- Common ( affects 1 to 10 in 100 users): Confusion, disorientation, decreased sex drive (libido), feeling of anxiety, insomnia, nervousness, impaired balance, impaired coordination, impaired attention, insomnia, lethargy, tremors, blurred vision, decreased appetite, nausea.
- Uncommon (affects 1 to 10 users in 1,000 ) : memory loss (amnesia), muscle weakness, drug / drug addiction.
The following side effects have also been observed since market launch:
Affect disorder (hypomania, mania), illusion (hallucination), anger, aggression, hostility, pathological restlessness, absurd thinking, increased psychomotor activity, drug or drug abuse, drug withdrawal syndrome, abnormal involuntary muscle tension, gastrointestinal complaints, inflammation of the liver (hepatitis) Liver function, jaundice, bladder weakness, urinary retention, skin inflammation, angioedema (fluid accumulation in the skin and / or mucous membrane), increased sensitivity of the skin to light (photosensitivity), sexual dysfunction, altered sexual sensation, irregular menstrual period, increased intraocular pressure, fluid accumulation e.g. in the arms or in the Legs (peripheral edema), hypersensitivity reactions (such as hives, swelling in the throat and larynx).
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or health care professional. This also applies in particular to side effects not listed in this leaflet.
What should also be noted?
The drug may only be used up to the date marked “EXP” on the pack.
Store protected from light and dry at room temperature (15-25 ° C) and out of the reach of children.
What is in Xanax / Retard?
1 tablet of 0.25 mg contains 0.25 mg alprazolam. It is white and oval and is embossed with “Upjohn 29” on one side and a groove on the other.
1 tablet of 0.5 mg contains 0.5 mg alprazolam. It is pink and oval and is embossed with “Upjohn 55” on one side and a groove on the other.
1 tablet of 1 mg contains 1 mg alprazolam. It is purple and oval and is embossed with “Upjohn 90” on one side and a groove on the other.
1 tablet of 2 mg contains 2 mg of alprazolam. It is white and oblong and is embossed with “U94” on one side and three break lines on each side.
The tablets also contain the following additives:
Lactose, microcrystalline cellulose, docusate sodium, highly dispersed silicon dioxide, corn starch, magnesium stearate, coloring agents: erythrosine (E127; tablets of 0.5 mg and 1 mg), indigotine (E132; tablets of 1 mg); Preservative: Sodium Benzoate (E211).