What is Xanax? 

Xanax is a type of medicine used to treat the symptoms of panic attacks and anxiety associated with depression. It can be used only or with other medicines. It works by increasing the effects of a certain enzyme in the body.

Xanax belongs to the benzodiazepine medicine class.
There is some confusion that Xanax will be effective in children younger than 18.

Why shouldn’t you take this medicine?

You shouldn’t take Xanax if you take antibacterial drugs like Iitraconazole or ketoconazole.

You have allergic regression to any benzodiazepine (diazepam, alprazolam, Valium, lorazepam, Ativan, and others).

If you have ever been, consult a doctor to find out if it is safe for you; if you have ever been faces these issues:
Breathing difficulties
Emotional disorder
Drug or alcohol addiction
Suicidal tendencies or thoughts
Kidney or liver disease.

What are the possible side effects of Xanax?

Xanax may cause effective side effects, such as:
Depressed emotional
Confusion
Increased energy
Bipolar disorder
Hostility
Hallucinations
Pounding heartbeats
Agitation
Uncontrolled muscle movements
Trembling
Consult a doctor if you have any of the symptoms listed above.
The most ordinary side effects of Xanax, such as:
Memory problems
Blurred speech
Drowsiness
Imbalance
Urinary reduction
jaundice
feeling anxious in the morning.
Feeling tired
Call your doctor if these side effects bother you.
Above all are not all side effects of Xanax. For more information, consult with your doctor.

How should you take Xanax?

Take Xanax as prescribed by your doctor.
Follow the directions on your prescription label and instructions.
Never use a large amount of this medicine.
Never share this medicine with a drug-addicted person.
An overdose can cause death.
Keep the medicine away from other people.

Let your doctor know if your symptoms are getting worse or not improving.
You may need some medical tests if the medicine is long–term.
Don’t stop using Xanax 3 mg without asking your doctor. It may have threatened your life.

Panic Disorder Dose for Adult:
Firstly, take 0.5 mg orally three times a day. Your consultant can increase or decrease your dose.
Extreme Dose: 10mg in a day

What Anxiety Does to Adults?

Firstly, 0.25 to 0.5 milligrams orally three times a day
extreme dose: 4 milligrams a day.
Sustained-release tablets:
Primary dose: 0.5 to 1 milligram orally once a day
Maintenance dose: 3 to 6 milligrams orally once a day, especially in the morning
Extreme dose: 10 milligrams a day
Expression of views:
If there are any side effects, the dose may be decreased.
The lowest possible effective dose should be re-evaluated often to continue treatment.

The dose should be gradually reduced when stopping a treatment or reducing the daily dose.

What will happen if you miss a dose?
Take medicine quickly if you miss the dose but skip it if it is almost time for your next dose. Never take two doses at the same period.

What will happen if you take an overdose?

It can be fatal for your health if you take it with alcohol or other medicine that causes drowsiness and slow your breathing.

Overdose symptoms are- severe drowsiness, confusion, loss of balance, slow heartbeats, slurred speech, fainting or coma, feeling light-headache, muscle weakness.

Reservation
Reserve Xanax at room temperature.
Reserve away from light, heat, and moisture.
Reserve your medicine away as anyone cannot misuse it.
Do not use that medicine which date is expired.
Keep it aloof from children.