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Alprazolam (Xanax) may help in the case of occasional or brief-term anxieties as well as anxiety attacks. If you discontinue the use of the drug alprazolam (Xanax) all at once, you’re likely to experience more severe withdrawal symptoms as compared to other similar drugs. 

How Does it Work?

Alprazolam (Xanax) is a rapid-acting benzodiazepine. It calms you by affecting the chemical levels in your brain that are involved in the feeling of anxiety.

  • GAD, also known as generalised anxiety disorders (GAD),
  • Panic disorder

Details On Dosage 

The bottle of solution for oral use

30 ml of 1 mg/ml

Dose packs

  • 10 orally disintegrating tablets of 0.25mg
  • 10 tablets that disintegrate orally at 0.5mg
  • 10 tablets that disintegrate orally at 1 mg
  • 10 tablets disintegrating orally of 2 mg

Tab that dissolves orally

  • 0.25mg
  • 0.5mg
  • 1mg
  • 2mg


  • 0.25mg
  • 0.5mg
  • 1mg
  • 2mg

Dosing guidelines are for Alprazolam (Xanax).

Instant-release tablets, orally disintegrating tablets, and an oral solution

Generalised Anxiety Disorder Its common starting dosage is 0.25 mg up to 0.5 mg taken three times per day.

The term “Panic Disorder” refers to the condition that causes anxiety. A typical dose for the initial stage is 0.5 mg, taken by mouth three times per day.


Extended-release tablets (Xanax XR)

The disorder of anxiety: The typical starting dose is 0.5 mg up to 1 mg taken by taking a single dose every day.


The dosage you receive could be different when you’re 65 years old or older, suffer from liver issues, or are taking certain medications such as ritonavir. Your doctor may also alter your dosage depending on your response to medication.

Side Effects of Xanax

Serious side effects

Get in touch with your doctor immediately if you notice any of the below symptoms.

  • Severe sedation Drowsiness and slow breathing, memory issues, confusion, speech slurring, and loss of consciousness
  • The withdrawal symptoms include involuntary movement, blurred vision, troubles with sleep or memory muscles, stiffness and pain, anxiety and depression, panic attacks, hallucinations, irritability, seizures, or convulsions. Suicidal thoughts

These side effects could be less severe with time as your body becomes adjusted to the medication. Contact your physician promptly if you continue to feel these symptoms or if they get worse over time.

Common Side Effects

A generalised anxiety disorder:

  • Drowsiness (41%)
  • Lightheadedness (21%)
  • Dry mouth (15, 15%)

Disorder of panic:

  • Drowsiness (77%)
  • Fatigue (49%)
  • Poor coordination (40%)
  • Memory issues (33 percent)
  • Irritability (33%)
  • Changes in appetite (28–33%)
  • Problems with thinking (29 percent)
  • Constipation (26%)

The side effects listed are specific to immediate-release types. The side effects of the extended-release version may vary.

Other side effects

  • Feeling confused
  • Speaking difficulties (e.g., speech that is slurred)
  • Changes in weight
  • Urinary problems
  • Changes in the sexual drive

Interaction with Other Drugs 

Alprazolam (Xanax) can be a drug that interacts with certain medications or other supplements. Make sure you inform your doctor or pharmacist of any other supplements or medications (including prescription and non-prescription medications or vitamins, as well as herbal or dietary supplements) that you’re currently taking. The information below is not exhaustive and does not include all potential interactions between medications and Alprazolam (Xanax). Be aware that this list only includes the generic name for the medication listed below.

The use of this medication together with any of the following medications is not advised. Your doctor could choose not to prescribe this medication or modify any other medications you are taking.


Additional information


10, 30, 60, 100, 200


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