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Xanax is a powerful anti-depressant medication that is actually just one of several brand names for a drug called Alprazolam. This drug is used in the treatment of panic disorders and anxiety, as well as something called anxiety-induced depression, and is available in most countries on a prescription basis only. Usually taken in pill form, this drug works by affecting the part of the brain that controls human emotions and can be an effective treatment for the above disorders by replacing the panic attacks induced by anxiety with feelings of relaxation and euphoria.
Doctors will usually prescribe this drug to patients suffering from mild or moderate symptoms of panic disorders or anxiety. This includes agoraphobics – people who are afraid of stepping outside their homes – or those suffering from Social Anxiety Disorder, known as SAD, which can cause people to find social interaction unpleasant or difficult. Xanax is also taken by anxiety patients who have trouble sleeping as it allows them to rest comfortably without any intrusive thoughts. Further, the medication is also used to treat the symptoms of general depression.
Xanax is available in two forms: its generic form, which gets to work immediately, and a time-release form, known as Xanax XR. Tablets are to be taken orally, swallowed whole rather than crushed or broken into smaller pieces. For patients who have trouble swallowing, an alternative pill that slowly dissolves on the patient’s tongue can be administered.
Although Xanax was approved as a safe anti-anxiety medication back in the 1980’s, much debate continues about the safety of taking this drug. While the effectiveness of this drug in treating anxiety symptoms is not under question, there is no doubt that this is an extremely addictive drug with numerous side effects.
The general consensus among most health professionals is that patients should only take the drug for a maximum period of eight weeks, due not only to its addictiveness but also the fact that patients can quickly build up a tolerance of the drug, meaning they will require much higher doses in order to see any benefits from the treatment.
Due to the highly addictive nature of this drug, it is generally only considered as a treatment when other options for the treatment of depression have failed.
Xanax is an incredibly addictive drug because it has a very short half-life, around 6 to 12 hours depending on the individual. A drug’s half-life refers to the time it takes for the concentration of the drug in a person’s blood flow to drop to a level where the drug no longer has any worthwhile effect. In other words then, this drug wears off much faster than most other drugs.
The short half-life of this drug is beneficial in that the drug can work very quickly. Xanax is metabolized by the body and transferred where it’s needed, into the brain, in a very short space of time. The time it takes for a drug to have an effect correlates directly with how soon it can be absorbed into the body, which is why users of illegal drugs such as cocaine or heroin choose to snort or inject the substances rather than ingest them. With this drug, the calming effect of the drug will begin very soon after a patient takes a dose of the drug, but unfortunately this is also what makes it so addictive.
Because of its short half-life, people who take this drug will often find themselves craving for more of the drug in a short space of time, once the initial dose begins to wear off. As the level of Xanax in the bloodstream begins to wear off, the brain sends out signals screaming that it wants more of the drug to stimulate its receptors.
Xanax works by adding to the effects of the body’s GABA receptors, which create feelings of well being and euphoria. However, the problem with this drug and the major reason it cannot be used for long periods of time is that after a few days or weeks, Xanax will result in the body producing less GABA, meaning that a greater dose of the drug is needed to compensate for the deficiency of naturally produced GABA. It is at this stage that the patient has developed a tolerance for the drug, and thus, a physical dependence. Whilst this drug is initially taken in small doses, just like with cocaine or heroin, users of Xanax will quickly find that they need to take more and more of the drug – they will begin to crave the drug once it wears off. So addictive is this drug that there have even been reports of patients becoming addicted to it after just two days.
Interestingly, the prescription of this drug for long-term use is not prohibited, but few doctors advise this. According to the label on Xanax XR, which has been approved by the FDA: “The long-term efficiency of Xanax has not been sufficiently evaluated. Therefore we recommend that physicians who choose to prescribe this drug to their patients for 8 weeks or greater carry out a periodic assessment of the usefulness of the drug to the patient concerned.”
What this highlights is the fact that no extensive scientific study of the long-term use of Xanax this drug has been carried out, but the truth is that there are already many short term dangers involved with Xanax abuse. What is known is that many users of the drug quickly become dependent on it, and will do anything to feel its effects. There have been many cases of users resorting to snorting or injecting the drug. Once at this level of addiction, it can be very difficult to stop taking this drug.
Xanax addiction can lead to numerous side effects – in some cases, even death when its use is combined with other drugs or alcohol. This drug is a depressant, which means it can impair a person’s physical coordination and their mental alertness, putting not only themselves in danger but also other people around them.
Back in the year 2000, there were more than 22,000 Xanax-related medical emergency cases reported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Abuse can result in numerous dangerous side effects, including but not limited to the following:
In addition to the serious consequences of physical addition to this drug, there are also several mental and emotional dangers that can result from its abuse. Users of this drug will be consumed by the drug, so that every though and action they have is dedicated towards getting their hands on and taking the drug. Addiction to Xanax results in a stark change of personality for many people, who find that the drug controls every aspect of their behavior. The result is that addiction to this drug can lead to the destruction of a person’s relationships with their friends, their family and their colleagues.
What with all the dangers and the high chance of addiction associated with Xanax, it’s not surprising that more people are beginning to explore alternatives for the treatment of anxiety and panic-related symptoms.
The good news is that there is a much safer, healthier alternative to Xanax. A newly developed anti-depressant medication, known as XanaRoll, has proven itself to be extremely effective in combating symptoms of anxiety and panic.
XanaRoll is different to Xanax as none of its active ingredients are addictive. Instead of Alprazolam, XanaRoll’s primary ingredients are the medicinal plants Kratom and Blue Lotus, both of which have qualities that have long been known to alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Kratom, which is found in South East Asia, is highly prized for its soothing, calming effects and has been effectively used for many applications besides depression and anxiety, including pain relief and opiate withdrawal. Blue Lotus on the other hand, has long been known for its ability to produce a state of mild euphoria – when combined, these two active ingredients become a highly effective anti-depressant, capable of producing similar feelings of relaxation, calmness and euphoria that users get from taking Xanax, only these active ingredients are not thought to be addictive, and have very minimal reported side effects.
One of the crucial reasons for the success of XanaRoll (where similar, non-addictive Xanax alternatives have failed) is in its high concentration of active ingredients. Similar drugs typically only use around 10 mg of 7-hydroxymitragynine and mitragynine, the two main active ingredients in Kratom, whereas XanaRoll contains 150 mg of 7-hydroxymitragynine and mitragynine, ensuring the highest concentration of active ingredients per tablet (thus ensuring it actually works).
Xanaroll looks, feels and acts just like Xanax – only it isn’t that drug. Studies have shown that XanaRoll is completely harmless, it’s not known to be addictive, and most of all, it is highly effective in combating depression and anxiety.