Xanax-Indications, Side effects

Indications of  Xanax

Relieves Xanax: anxiety disorders and neuroses with anxiety, stress, anxiety, irritability, sleep disturbance, somatic disorders, mixed anxiety-depressive and neurotic reactive depression accompanied by mood decline, loss of interest in surroundings, psychomotor agitation, sleep disturbances, decreased appetite, change body weight, somatic complaints, impaired cognitive activity, suicidal thoughts (the feeling of guilt, inferiority), energy reduction, etc., incl. somatic disorders, alcohol withdrawal syndrome, functional and organic diseases (cardiovascular, dermatological, gastrointestinal tract), panic disorder (with or without phobic symptoms), panic attacks and phobias with agoraphobia.



Hypersensitivity, psychotic depression (not effective), pregnancy (especially I trimester), children’s adolescence and early adulthood (18 years); thyroid disease (0.5 mg).

Side effects Xanax

Headache, dizziness, drowsiness, sleep disturbances, fatigue, memory impairment, depression, dysarthria, muscle weakness, tremor, coordination disorders, ataxia, changes in body weight, indigestion, anorexia, dystonia, jaundice, liver dysfunction, decreased libido, dysmenorrhea, incontinence or urinary retention, visual disturbances; seldom – agitation, irritability, hallucinations, hostility and aggressive behavior (often with alcohol abuse, drugs, etc. while taking psychotropic drugs.); long-term use – addictive (especially in alcoholism, drug addiction or toxicological), drug dependence, withdrawal effects (when abrupt cancellation of the drug).