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Bioavailability: 50-100%

ATC-Code: N05BA12

Protein binding: ≥ 80%

Metabolism: Liver

Metabolites: alpha-hydroxyalprazolam, 4-hydroxyalprazolam, beta-hydroxyalprazolam

Half-life: 11-13 hours

Excretion: Kidneys

CAS number: 28981-97-7

PubChem-CID: 2118

Drug Bank: DB00404

ChemSpider: 2034


KEGG: D00225



ECHA-InfoCard: 100.044.849

Formula: C17H13ClN4

Molar mass: 308,76 g·mol−1

How does it work?

Xanax is a central nervous system depressant. The central nervous system is responsible for maintaining our body's main functions, including the regulation of heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, and body temperature. When Xanax is ingested, it slows down these functions.

When you experience excessive stress or anxiety, the brain increases certain nerve signals that lead to feelings of anxiety. During this time, the brain produces an unbalanced amount of chemical signals, which increases brain activity, feelings of anxiety and fear, and limits the ability to calm the mind.

Xanax pills have a calming effect by interfering with the effects of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a naturally occurring chemical in the brain. Said to be our natural tranquilizer, GABA is found in 80% of the brain's nerve connections. When you get anxious or nervous, your brain releases it to calm the negative activity. If you suffer from anxiety or panic disorder, Xanax binds to these receptors and stimulates their signals.

How is it used?

The starting dose for adults is 0.25 to 0.5 mg three times a day. If necessary, the dose can be increased at 3-4 day intervals to a maximum dose of 4 mg daily.

The maintenance dose is 0.5 mg to a maximum of 3 mg per day, divided into several individual doses.

Xanax can be taken with or without food.

Side effects







Dry mouth


Weight gain,
Weight loss

Breathing problems

Warnings and Precautions

Drug addiction

Withdrawal symptoms

Suicidal thoughts

Other trade names

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Hypersensitivity to the ingredients

Concomitant use with certain drugs

Xanax is contraindicated if you are taking antifungal medications including ketoconazole or itraconazole.


Avoid during pregnancy


Alcohol consumption increases the side effects of medication

What happens if you miss the dose?

You can make up for the missed application during the day and continue to use the dose prescribed by your doctor as usual on the following day.


If you take more of this medicine than you should, it could cause serious side effects.


There is a risk of significant interactions. Therefore, medical supervision is recommended.

Unwanted reactions




Skin rash


Food does not affect the effects of the drug.


Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children.

Store in the original package in order to protect from light and moisture.

Store the medicine at normal room temperature.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does Xanax work?

People who take Xanax pills feel the results within 1-2 hours and the effects last up to six hours.

What is Xanax called in Britain?

In Britain you can buy Xanax also under the name Tafil Xanax.

How long does Xanax stay in the body?

Xanax stays in a patient`s body for 12 to 15 hours.

How Quickly Does One Get Addicted To Xanax Pills?

After just a few weeks, people can become addicted to Xanax. Therefore it can only be used temporarily.

How to buy Xanax pills?

Xanax requires a prescription and can be obtained either from brick-and-mortar pharmacies with a valid doctor's prescription or from internet pharmacies with an online prescription. You cannot buy Xanax without a prescription.

Can you buy Xanax without a prescription?

No. Since Xanax pills have an addictive potential, they fall under the Narcotics Act in Germany. To be able to buy Xanax in the pharmacy, you need a special prescription.

What is Xanax?

Xanax is an anti-anxiety drug from the benzodiazepine group. This is the same group that includes diazepam (Valium), clonazepam (Klonopin), lorazepam (Ativan), flurazepam (Dalmane), and other drugs. The active ingredient in Xanax is called Alprazolam.

The drug is FDA-approved for the treatment of anxiety disorders, specifically generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder.

In addition to these uses, Xanax pills are commonly used off-label for other clinical purposes:

  1. to treat or prevent seizures
  2. for calming and sleep promotion
  3. against depression (although this use is not well supported)
  4. for alcohol withdrawal (due to seizure prevention and sedation)

Xanax is marketed as tablets in 4 strengths (0.25 mg, 0.5 mg, 1 mg and 2 mg). The tablets are available in different shapes and colors depending on the strength. The 2 mg tablets are white, green or yellow in color and rectangular in shape. In other dosages, the tablets are oval and colored white (0.25 mg), orange (0.5 mg) or blue (1 mg).

After taking Xanax, the effects are usually felt within one to two hours. Xanax stays in a patient's body for 12 to 15 hours.

What Side Effects Can Xanax Cause?

Taking the Xanax pills regularly for a long time will undoubtedly produce the side effects. Side effects on the body include euphoria, excessive drowsiness, problems concentrating, nausea, headaches and memory problems. Psychologically, patients may have relationship problems, work problems, financial difficulties, and a loss of motivation in daily life.

Xanax use leads to forgetfulness, ie patients simply cannot remember conversations or routine tasks. Impaired motor skills are also common. The sedation can occasionally last for several days. The serious side effects are slow breathing, coma, and - in some cases - even death.

Can you drink alcohol after taking Xanax?

Alcohol enhances the effects of Xanax pills and slows down its elimination from the body. If you take the medicine and then drink alcohol, you may experience extreme lethargy and permanent memory loss.

It is recommended not to combine the two substances. It is possible that the combination will lead to serious side effects. These side effects are:

  • extreme sleepiness
  • difficulty breathing
  • confusion
  • seizures

Can I combine Xanax with another medicine?

Xanax can interact with many medications, including:

  • antidepressants
  • oral contraceptives
  • antibiotics
  • antifungals
  • opioids
  • Medicines for heartburn

These drugs can slow down the elimination of Xanax from the body, which can eventually lead to overdose.

Such drugs as ketoconazole (trade name Nizoral Tablets), itraconazole (Sporanox), cimetidine (Tagamet), nefazodone (Serzone) and fluvoxamine (Luvox) increase its plasma concentration when co-administered with Xanax and may therefore increase the side effects of Xanax tablets.

Xanax interacts with alcohol and drugs (e.g., barbiturates and narcotics) that have an inhibitory effect on the CNS, increasing their effects and causing sedation.

Carbamazepine and rifampin reduce the effects of alprazolam by increasing metabolism and eliminating alprazolam in the liver.

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about any medications you are currently taking to make sure they do not interact.

What are the withdrawal symptoms from Xanax?

Suddenly stopping the drug Xanax after prolonged use can lead to withdrawal symptoms such as:

  • headache
  • fatigue
  • insomnia
  • headache
  • nausea
  • Vomit
  • sweat
  • drowsiness
  • fear

The seizures are possible in more severe cases of withdrawal. In order to avoid the withdrawal syndrome, patients should reduce the dose gradually under medical supervision instead of stopping the drug abruptly.

Can Xanax Pills Be Addictive?

Regular use of the drug Xanax can lead to addiction. People with drug addiction or a history of drug abuse are particularly at risk of becoming addicted to Xanax and other benzodiazepines. In addition, every patent can be exposed to a risk of abuse.

According to a study, using alprazolam for more than four weeks can cause the body to produce fewer of its own GABA chemicals, leading to tolerance and dependence on the drug. This means that the person taking it feels like they need more of the drug to get the same effect. As the tolerance and addiction to the drug increases, the person tries more and more to feel the same way, thereby becoming dependent on the substance.


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Been taking Xanax for 3 months. The daily dose is 2mg. I have practically no side effects with it.


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