Xanax yellow bar Alprazolam is the generic name of a drug that belongs to a group calledbenzodiazepine. It is used to treat anxiety and panic disorder. It acts on the dopaminergic pathway to increase gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. Alprazolam is sold under the brand name Xanax. GABA is a neurotransmitter associated with feelings of reward and motivation. An increase in dopamine levels decreaseshyperactivity in the brain. This results in reduced stress and feelings of calmness. People feel relaxed and drowsy after taking Xanax. Some people even take it to ameliorate insomnia. Xanax works swiftly so it is highly beneficial for people having a panic attack.
Xanax bar is the street name for alprazolam. Its other nicknames include z-bars, zanbars, zanies, bricks, and planks. Alprazolam comes in different colors such as green, yellow and blue. The color of these bars indicates their dosage. The color and shape of Xanax tablets can indicate valuable information about their potency. Rectangular tablets of Xanax are usually marked with one or two perpendicular lines that can be used to divide the tablet into two or three parts respectively.
The manufacturer of the yellow Xanax bar is Actavis Pharma. It has a 2 mg dosage. The common name of the yellow bar is yellow school bus. Along with the lines to divide the tablet, it also has a code inscribed into it for identification. The code reads R039. It has a rectangular shape and a size of 15.00 mm. Like other Xanax bars, it is used as an anti-anxiety drug. It has three lines on it so it can be divided into four pieces of 0.4 mg dosage each.
It is important to identify the strength of a Xanax pill before taking it. Xanax overdose is harmful and mixing it with alcohol can be fatal. Xanax tablets should not be chewed or mixed in a solution. Injecting Xanax directly into the bloodstream can be extremely harmful. It is advised not to take Xanax during pregnancy as it can harmful to the fetus. Side effects of Xanax include:
- Enhanced dreams
- Loss of appetite
- Loss of libido
- Memory loss
- Impaired coordination
- Muscle fatigue and impairment
- Slurred speech
The sedative effects of Xanax on the brain can give rise to addition. The euphoric feelings due to the Dopamine rush in the brain can lead to dependence on Xanax to feel happy and rejoiced. If a person keeps on taking Xanax, then over time his/her brain can build up a tolerance to Dopamine and more dosage is required to feel the same sedative effects of Xanax. Xanax addiction is strong enough to cause withdrawal symptoms. Therefore, it is advised to be careful while taking Xanax.
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