Do not take Xanax Bars if you:
• Have an narrow-angle glaucoma;
• are also taking itraconazole or ketoconazole;
are allergic to alprazolam or to other benzodiazepines:
• chlordiazepoxide (Librium);
• clorazepate (Tranxene);
• diazepam (Valium);
• lorazepam (Ativan);
• oxazepam (Serax).
Also do not forget to mention to your healthcare provider if you are taking any other drugs, if you are allergic to any drugs, or if you are suffering from any of the following conditions:
• breathing problems;
• kidney or liver disease;
• a history of depression or suicidal thoughts or behavior;
• a history of drug or alcohol addiction.
If you have any of the above mentioned conditions, you will probably need to do some special tests before starting to take Xanax Bars.
Xanax Bars – Pregnancy Category D drug, it means that it is not safe to take this drug when pregnant; Xanax Bars may cause birth defects.
How to take Xanax Bar?
As always you should take your drugs exactly as they are prescribed to you by your healthcare provider for you. For Xanax Bars there are no exceptions, you should be careful with this drug and take exactly as instructed. Always follow the directions that are on your prescriptions label.
Do not adjust the dosage of Xanax Bars by yourself.
Xanax Bars may be addicting, that is why you should take it exactly as it is prescribed and do not take more of it. Because your system gets used to the effects of the drug, after a while of using Xanax Bars, it will be very difficult to stop using this drug.
If you noticed that Xanax Bars are not giving proper effects, please consult with your healthcare provider.
If you will try to stop taking Xanax Bars after a long time of using, withdrawal symptoms may appear. If you feel that you feel worse when you stop taking Xanax Bars contact your healthcare provider. Maybe you will need to stop taking this drug step-by-step (it means that with less and less doses).
Always keep regular visits to your healthcare provider so that everything would go the right way.