Xanax Overdose

Xanax Overdose: Can it Happen?

Xanax is usually prescribed to treat general anxiety and panic disorders, as well as anxiety brought on by depression. The way the drug reduces anxiety is by slowing the flow of chemicals to the brain that may have become unbalanced. Yes, it is possible to overdose on Xanax, however it is very difficult to do so. Read More…

Effects of Xanax Abuse

What are the Effects of Xanax Abuse?

People suffering from Xanax abuse number in the hundreds of thousands. Statistics show that the number of people visiting emergency rooms for Xanax abuse increased from 46,000 in 2004 to approximately 125,000 in 2010. Over 96,000 of these people had also mixed Xanax with another drug. Xanax abuse affects far more than the individual’s body. Read More…

Xanax Withdrawal and Detox

How to Withdraw and Detox from Xanax?

Alprazolam, also more commonly known as Xanax, can cause serious side effects including withdrawal symptoms when the drug is stopped. Cold turkey withdrawal from Xanax can provoke tremors, seizures or thoughts of suicide. Xanax withdrawal is best advised under the counsel of a treating physician. Learn more about how to withdraw from Xanax, the side Read More…