Xanax is the most common drug used to treat anxiety and panic disorder.
It is a member of the benzodiazepine drug family.
It generally works by increasing the amount of neurotransmitters in the brain to provide calmness and a relaxed feeling in the body.
Xanax doesn't affect on everybody in the same manner.
It will affect your body on several factors, which includes your:
- mental state at the time you take this medicine
- and dosage
One should avoid taking Xanax with other drugs due to their interactions. It can interact with some medicines, including:
- oral contraceptives
You should avoid taking this medicine if you feel any of the symptoms below,
- extreme drowsiness
- muscle weakness
- loss of balance
- feeling lightheaded
- heartburn drugs