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The usually reported symptoms of an overdose with Xanax are:



Coordination problems

Retarded reflexes


Breathing problems

Loss of life.

The most dangerous for life overdose symptoms are more probably to happen in case Xanax was consumed along with alcohol or medications that have an effect on the brain.

There are various treatments for Xanax overdose. If it happened recently, a doctor can prescribe certain medications, or he can “wash” the stomach. It may be helpful to take Romazicon (flumazenil)- one of the benzodiazepine overdose antidote.

Attention! If you think that you just have taken too much Xanax, immediately seek for medical attention!

Do not buy xanax online if you have narrow-angle glaucoma or a history of an allergic reaction to other benzodiazepines, including lorazepam, chlordiazepoxide, diazepam, oxazepam, or clorazepate. Your doctor will need to know if you have any health problems besides the one you are going to treat. Make sure you tell your doctor about any of the following ones: addiction to drugs or alcohol, glaucoma, a history of depression, liver disease, kidney, a history of suicidal thoughts, or breathing problems. If there are any other conditions or problems you would like to report, do not hesitate to do that, as your doctor will need to have all the information available to make the right decision about the dose you need.

There are some mild and more serious side effects you should be aware of when taking Xanax. The mild side effects are more common and do not require special treatment. They include: trouble concentrating, muscle weakness, dizziness, constipation, nausea, vomiting, decreased libido, slurred speech, feeling irritable, weight changes, increased sweating, blurred vision, drowsiness, amnesia, insomnia, dry or watery mouth, lack of balance, and appetite changes. More serious side effects are supposed to be reported to your health care provider, just make sure you keep taking Xanax meanwhile to make your treatment successful. Agitation, yellowing of the skin or eyes, muscle twitching, thoughts of suicide, urinating less than usual, hallucinations, depressed mood, lightheadedness, hyperactivity, seizure, hostility, no fear of danger, unusual behavior, tremor, and fainting are the most typical serious Xanax side effects.

If you have been taking Xanax for a long time – several weeks or so – you may have developed an addiction. If you need to stop taking Xanax it is very important to do it slowly, taking less and less of this drug gradually. Your health care provider will help you to stop taking Xanax without experiencing too many withdrawal symptoms, some of which include nausea, seizures, tension, sweating, diarrhea, anxiety, rapid heartbeat, sensitivity to sound or light, dizziness, personality changes, fever, insomnia, heart palpitations, restlessness or irritability, confusion, panic attacks, headaches, depression, hallucinations, vomiting, and memory loss.

Any side-effect experienced shall always be conferred with the doctor without any delay.

Some of the possible side-effects are dizziness and nausea.

Although the allergic reactions cause rashes and swelling, but if experienced the patient must see a doctor immediately.

It may cause irregular synchronization and/or muscle action, and abridged sexual drive.

Some people also suffer from psychological and physical dependence as well.