Blue Xanax bars b707 real are potent sedatives, and you should take them only by proper medical prescription by a healthcare professional. Due to life-threatening adverse effects, only licensed pharmacies are authorized to sell or distribute this drug.
This drug is available as one of the potent treatment options to treat panic and anxiety when other medications fail to help you deal with these medical health conditions. This medicine act on the central nervous system and reduces feelings of agitation, anxiety, or panic attacks.
Precautions of Blue Xanax
Blue Xanax bars can slow your breathing or cause other breathing issues resulting in death, especially if you have recently taken an opioid or alcohol.
You should not take this medication if you also take any antifungal drug such as itraconazole or ketoconazole; or if you have a medical history of allergic reaction to any benzodiazepine including lorazepam, alprazolam, Ativan, diazepam, Valium, Klonopin, Versed, and others.
To ensure blue Xanax bars are safe for you, share your medical history with your healthcare professional, especially if you have ever had drug or alcohol addiction, breathing problems, kidney or liver disease, depression, changes in mood, or suicidal thoughts or behavior.
You need to inform your medical healthcare professional if you become pregnant while taking this drug or if you are planning to conceive. Using blue Xanax bars during pregnancy can cause life-threatening withdrawal symptoms in your newborn baby and may require medical treatment for several weeks.
How to use blue Xanax bars?
You can buy light blue Xanax bars b707 and administer them by following the directions on the patient leaflet. This drug is available as oral tablets, extended-release (ER), and oral solutions. While taking the liquid form of this drug, ensure that you are using a proper dose-measuring device rather than a kitchen spoon.
You should never share your blue Xanax bar with another person, especially someone with a past of drug abuse or addiction.
Misuse of a benzodiazepine can result in physical or psychological dependence, overdose, or even death.
Sudden discontinuation of this potent drug can result in severe withdrawal symptoms such as unusual muscle movements, sudden and extreme changes in behavior and mood swings, being more active or talkative, hallucinations, confusion, seizures, or suicidal thoughts.
Blue Xanax Dosage
Blue Xanax bars come with an imprint “XANAX 1.0” in an elliptical or oval shape with a strength of 1 mg. It is one of the popular widely prescribed Xanax strengths as it gives the desired effect without having more risk of any severe side effects. If you take Xanax for the long term, you may need frequent medical tests.
The usual Xanax dosage for anxiety is 0.25 mg 0.5 mg administered a day thrice. At the same time, the maximum amount for the same medical condition is 4 mg per day. For geriatric (elderly or debilitated patients) use, the initial dose should be 0.25 mg administered orally twice or thrice a day.
The usual Xanax IR dosage for panic disorder is 0.5 mg administered orally thrice a day, and the maximum amount should not exceed 10 mg per day. At the same time, the geriatric dosage of Xanax IR should be 0.25 mg given orally twice or thrice a day. Elderly or debilitated patients should take 0.5 mg Xanax ER tablets once a day during the initial phase of treatment.
Taking blue Xanax bars in excessive amounts can result in a fatal overdose. Symptoms of Xanax overdose may include confusion, severe drowsiness, feeling lightheaded, loss of balance or coordination due to muscle weakness, slow heartbeats, slurred speech, fainting, weak or shallow breathing, or coma.
What are the blue Xanax bar’s side effects?
Common side effects of blue Xanax bars that do not need immediate medical attention and may disappear in a couple of weeks include drowsiness and lightheadedness. While the severe consequences that require you to call for medical help right away include seizures, breathing problems, hallucinations, double vision hallucinations, increased energy, sleeplessness, double vision, or jaundice.