It is nothing but same as normal 2mg Xanax bar whereas it is formed in the bar-like structure. Being bar-like structure it can be easily divided into 4 parts of 0.5mg. This formation makes exact and best distribution of 0.5mg of alprazolam ingredient in each quarter of the bar.
Is there any difference between Xanax bars and pills?
Absolutely not! There is no difference between the Xanax bars and Pills but the only difference could be experienced in the physical design and its composition strength. Other than all the Xanax bars works in streamline process of treating anxiety disorder and depression ailments.
Available Xanax bars mg
Xanax medication is available in different dosage forms as immediate release and extended release. The immediate release (IR) tablets come in the dose of 0.25mg, 0.5mg, 1mg, and 2mg whereas extended-release (XR) tablets come in the dose of 0.5mg, 1mg, 2mg and 3mg.
Different Colors of Xanax Bars that are available in the market
Xanax bars can be easily identified by visual manner through its design and color.
Immediate release tablets
- White Xanax bars come with a dosage of 2mg
- Blue Xanax bars are available in 1mg dose.
- 0.5mg pills come in orange Xanax bars.
- 0.25 mg of dose available white Xanax bars.
- Green Xanax bars available in 3mg dose.
- 2mg of dose available in blue bars
- 1mg pills come in yellow bars
- 0.5mg of pills are White bars.
How do Xanax bars work?
Xanax bars contains Alprazolam as its active ingredients which belong to benzodiazepines class of family. It is commonly used for treating anxiety disorders, panic disorders, social anxiety ailments also, especially for the treatment of generalized anxiety disorders (GAD). Alprazolam alters the natural chemicals in the central nervous system. Some of the chemicals are the responsible for creating the imbalance state thus creating ailments like anxiety disorders in the person.
When taking this pill the active ingredient Alprazolam would act with the chemicals and does an alteration. By doing so the imbalanced state could be down to balanced state so that person feels like relaxed and get out from the anxiety ailments.
Do Xanax bars cause addiction?
Although, Xanax bars are most prescribed drug for treating the ailments of anxiety disorders and other depression symptoms. However, these Xanax bars are very high potential containing benzodiazepines which are controlled substance thus creating the drug dependence and addiction towards the drug if the substances stayed prolonged in the body. Usually, benzodiazepines are habit forming drug where it is the tad difficult to quit the medication after the course of treatment.
If a person consuming the Xanax bars for a prolonged period, the controlled substance present in the body would make the person body to be associated with the substance to the body works in order to function properly. If the substance is no longer in the body the person would have experienced different symptoms occurring in the body. So the person to feels better and work effectively by taking the Alprazolam medication once after the completion of the treatment thus causing the Xanax drug addiction.
The side effect of Xanax bars
Below are the common side effect of Xanax bars that person could experience in the course of abusing or overdosing it.
- dizziness or lightheadedness
- blurred vision
- A headache
- stuffy nose
- upset stomach
- increased sweating
- trouble concentrating
- memory problems
- sleep problems
- weight loss or gain
- nausea or vomiting
- increased or decreased appetite
- dry mouth
- loss of interest in sex
Above side effects are common in nature if these side effects are mild then it will go away from the system within few days but if this is to be serious then it shouldn’t go away then you have to consult with your healthcare professional for sure.
Who should not take Xanax bars?
If you are suffering from anxiety-related ailment then it is recommended to get advice from your healthcare professionals so he/she go through your medical records and prescribe the correct dosage of Xanax bars.
- Patients with acute narrow-angle glaucoma and untreated open-angle glaucoma should not take this medicine.
- People with a history of alcoholism, drug abuse.
- A person with a renal disease or liver disease.
- Individual who suffers from severe lung disease
- A person with epilepsy.
- The person with obesity.
- Pregnant women should avoid taking this medicine.
- Breastfeeding mothers should not consume this Xanax medication since there is a chance of benzos can pass to the child through feeding.