What is Peach or orange Xanax?
These Xanax pills are classified as benzodiazepine anxiolytic that acts for a short duration to produce potential therapeutic, anti-anxiety, anticonvulsant and sedative effects. It was first introduced in 1976 and was being prescribed by doctors when a person needs amnestic and antidepressant. It works in the human body by getting bound to the GABAA receptors sites of the brain. This will have an impact on the unbalanced chemicals present in the brain when it is in an anxious state.
Indications of Peach or orange Xanax:
This drug is prescribed in case of
- Disorders associated with sleep and panic.
- Somatic disorders caused by emotional stress such as pain in the muscles, spasm, and tremors.
- Pathological phobia increased irritation.
- Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
How to take Peach or orange Xanax?
The mode of intake of Peach or orange Xanax is orally swallowing it with water as per the dose that has been prescribed by the physician.
Peach or orange Xanax dosage:
The initial recommended dose is 0.5 mg which has to be taken twice or thrice in a day. A maximum dose of 10 mg can be taken every day and this will be decided by the examining physician. If the drug is recommended for more than 3 months, then, its dose has to be gradually lowered to 1mg before stopping its intake. The withdrawal effects can be prevented in this way.
Precautions to be followed while taking Peach or orange Xanax:
Certain things must be kept in mind while taking this drug, in order to avoid their side effects:
- If you are allergic to Xanax or other benzodiazepines, such as chlordiazepoxide (Librium), clorazepate (Tranxene), diazepam (Valium), lorazepam (Ativan), Serax, then you should not take it.
- Itraconazole (Sporanox) or ketoconazole (Nizoral) should not be taken along with Xanax.
- Lactating mothers should not use Xanax as it might be excreted in the milk and negatively affect the newborn.
- Xanax has sedative effects on the patients, so there is a high chance that patients of older age group might fall accidentally, so so exercise caution to avoid any such mishap when they are under the medication.
- If you have glaucoma, then you should not take this medicine.
- Avoid alcohol while you are under the medication. Also, after having the medicine, avoid doing any task that needs you to be alert such as driving a car or operating heavy machinery. This is important in order to avoid any kind of accidents because of the dizziness caused by taking the drug.
- Pregnant ladies should avoid Xanax as it can increase the risk of congenital abnormalities. The withdrawal symptoms of the medication can cause a side effect on the fetus. It can also result in respiratory problems in the newborn.
Side effects of Peach or orange Xanax:
There are certain undesirable effects which can be witnessed after taking Xanax.
These are enlisted below:
- Feeling drowsy.
- Chances of facing problems related to memory, experiencing anxiety feeling in the morning might occur.
- In certain cases the patient might experience an allergic reaction in the form of hives, breathing difficulty, swollen face, lips, tongue or throat.
- Experiencing tiredness
- Sometimes severe reactions can occur such as suicidal tendencies, depressed mood, boosted energy with unnatural risk-taking behavior, hallucinations, etc. You must immediately contact the doctor when serious side-effects are observed.
- Experiencing a loss of balance
- The occurrence of mispronounced speech.
- Witnessing certain the withdrawal symptoms which appear when Xanax is stopped suddenly are anxiety, insomnia, weakness, lack of focus, pain in muscles, forgetfulness, etc. The intensity of the withdrawal symptoms depends on the dosage and duration of
- the medication is taken as well as other substances are taken when the patient was on medication.
Where to buy Peach or orange Xanax?
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Storage of Peach or orange Xanax:
This drug should be stored at controlled room temperature 20-25°C.
Peach or orange Xanax interactions:
Peach or orange Xanax interacts with some drugs to produce undesirable outcomes and therefore you must take care not to consume them together. These drugs are:
- Drugs that produce CNS depression
- Cimetidine (Tagamet)
- HIV protease inhibitors, such as ritonavirPsychotropic medications
Consult the doctor if you are taking any of the following drugs as they are known to have negative drug interactions with Peach or orange Xanax are:
- Digoxin, in the case of people aged 65 or over.
- Imipramine and desipramine.
- Birth control pills.
- Some heart or blood pressure medications
- Antidepressants – such as fluoxetine (Prozac, Sarafem, Symbyax) or Nefazodone
- Certain barbiturates
- Some seizure medications
- Dexamethasone such as Cortastat, Dexasone, Solurex, DexPak
- imatinib (Gleevec)
- John’s wort
- Antifungal medication – such as miconazole (Oravig) or voriconazole (Vfend)
- certain antibiotics
- grapefruit juice
- Ergotamine such as Cafergot, Ergomar, Migergot
- Cyclosporine such as Gengraf, Neoral, Sandimmune
Peach or orange Xanax legal status
Peach or orange Xanax is a Schedule IV controlled substance as per the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) of the US. It is legally available as a prescription-only drug. It is an S8 (controlled) drug in Australia, Schedule IV drug in Canada, Anlage III prescription-only drug in Germany, Class C drug in the UK and Psychotropic Schedule IV in the UN.