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Blue Xanax bars (generic name alprazolam) belong to the class benzodiazepines – a drug used for treating anxiety and panic disorders. It comes in a 15 mm size 2mg Alprazolam pill with an imprint of B707. It falls under Schedule 4 controlled substances by the controlled substance act (CSA).

Doctors prescribe Blue Xanax 2 mg only to adults as its effect on younger people is unknown. While the drug’s mechanism is unclear, it helps in slowing down the central nervous system (CNS) that controls the whole body. Slowing the CNS can help prevent and treat specific symptoms of panic disorders and anxiety.

What do blue Xanax bars do?

Blue Xanax bars b707 help treat anxiety, panic disorders, and other anxiety symptoms that any other medication and therapy cannot cure. These symptoms include irritating, agitation, trouble concentrating, and more.

Alprazolam can treat:

Panic disorder: patients with panic disorders face recurring and unexpected panic attacks involving a sudden feeling of intense fear.

Anxiety: While anxiety symptoms can vary upon situation and individuals, Xanax commonly helps with anxiety, including restlessness, trouble concentrating, and sleep issues. While Xanax is not a usual treatment for insomnia, doctors may recommend it when they deem fit.

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD): People suffering from GAD often show anxiety and irritation over small situations, feeling that something terrible will happen. Blue Xanax helps to control these anxieties by calming down the brain’s nerves.

What are the possible side-effects of Blue Xanax Bars?

Some common side-effects of blue Xanax bars include lightheadedness, drowsiness, being more talkative, headache, nausea, and vomiting. Contact your doctor if these side effects continue to perceive or get worse.

Xanax, when combined with opioid medications or alcohol, can slow down or even stop your breathing. While on Xanax, ask your friend or family to keep an eye on you and call the emergency immediately if they notice any pattern of slow breathing, blue-colored lip, or difficulty waking you up.

Some other side-effects of blue Xanax requiring immediate medical attention include signs of weak breathing, feeling of passing out, seizure, severe hallucination insomnia. Other severe side-effects involved hallucinations, risk-taking behavior, racing thoughts, aggressive behaviour, double vision, yellowing of skin or eyes.

Ensure to constantly check on older adults taking Xanax for signs of excessive drowsiness that can lead to accidental injury.

Some people may develop an allergy to Blue Xanax bars b707, causing hives, swelling on the face/tongue/throat, and difficulty breathing. Get emergency help as soon as possible if you notice any sign of allergy while taking Xanax.

Can I use blue Xanax bars with opioids?

Using blue Xanax bars or any benzodiazepines with an opioid can cause severe side effects, including narcolepsy, respiratory depression, coma, and even death.

Unless your doctor prescribes them together, you should not take them together under any circumstances. If your doctor thinks this is the best treatment plan, they may prescribe the lowest dose of both drugs for the shortest time possible.

Do blue Xanax bars interact with other drugs?

Xanax interacts with several types of drugs such as opioids (oxycodone), antihistamines (diphenhydramine), muscle relaxants (carisoprodol and Cyclobenzaprine), antifungal medications (ketoconazole), antibiotics (clarithromycin), antidepressants (fluoxetine), seizure drugs (phenytoin and carbamazepine), birth control pills (Beyaz), and more.

Taking supplements such as st. John’s wort can slow down the alprazolam level in your body, making the drug’s effect redundant.

Before taking Xanax, make sure to inform your doctor about your medications, vitamins, herbs, and supplements you take. Having accurate information helps them decide the possibility of Xanax interacting with your medications. While some interactions remain mild, some can cause severe health hazards.

Can asthma patients take blue Xanax bars?

Taking Xanax (Alprazolam) with lung conditions and breathing problems such as slowed breathing rate and asthma can worsen. Before you take Xanax, make sure to inform your doctor or pharmacists.

Blue Xanax bars may be unsuitable for:

Patients with Liver or kidney problems: the kidneys and liver are responsible for metabolizing and eliminating Alprazolam from your system. If you have liver or kidney problems, your doctor may prescribe you a lower dose or a safer alternative.

Pregnant and breastfeeding women: benzodiazepines such as Alprazolam can harm your fetus, especially during the first trimester. Talk to your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant.

You should also avoid the drug while breastfeeding as the drug can get passed to the child through the milk, causing issues like weight loss and energy loss in infants. 

Driving or operating heavy machinery: Alprazolam can cause dizziness or drowsiness among people, making them unsafe to handle driving or operating heavy machinery. Since you do not know how your body reacts to the medications, it’s safe to stay from the situation altogether. 

Taking with alcohol: Both Alprazolam and Alcohol can also depress your central nervous system, which increases the efficiency of the drug to a whole high level. Blue Xanax bars contain 2 mg of Alprazolam that is still a higher dose. Even if you split it in 0.5 mg, it can still increase your risk for side effects. In rare cases, it could lead to coma or even death. Ask your doctor whether you can combine the two. They may recommend a way to help you avoid drinking or suggest a different medication.

How long do blue Xanax bars take to work?

Blue Xanax bars work as soon as you take the dose, depending on your condition. Some people start to experience the effect within 30 minutes, and it reaches its peak within two to four hours.

How long do blue Xanax bars last?

The effect of blue Xanax bars can last up to six to eight hours, depending upon factors like your age, weight, metabolism, drugs you are taking, and resistance. If you have been taking 2mg alprazolam for a considerable time, you may experience lower effects. This is because your body starts developing resistance against the dose. Inform your doctor if you feel the current dose is not working.

How long blue Xanax bars remain in the system?

Blue Xanax can stay in your system for 11 hours approximately. Since every people metabolizes differently, it may leave your body faster or stays in your system for longer, depending on your age, body weight. In some cases, Xanax have known to remain in the body in between 6 hours to 27 hours.

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