Yellow Xanax bars
Yellow Xanax Bars are yellow-colored Xanax pills with a strength of 2mg and rectangular in shape. Yellow Xanax bar can also be identified with R 0 3 9 imprint on it. Xanax Bars are available in all colors of the rainbow in different strengths and shapes. However, Yellow Xanax Bar and white Xanax bars have a similar strength of 2mg but they are different because they are made by different manufacturing companies.
How Yellow Xanax Bar works?
Yellow Xanax bar belongs to the family of drugs called benzodiazepines. Yellow Xanax Bar is a psychiatric medication classified as Scheduled 4 controlled substance which potentially lowers addictive and accepted for treatment. Yellow Xanax works on the central nervous system and brain. Since it is a benzodiazepine, it acts on GABA neurotransmitters. Increased GABA neurotransmitters function to slow down brain activity and create a calming effect. Yellow Xanax is used in the treatment of anxiety and panic disorders.
Dosage of Yellow Xanax Bars
The dosage of medication generally depends on the cause of treatment. It varies for pediatrics, adults, and geriatric patients. The medication lasts for only 4 hours in the human body and so it can be taken 2-3 times a day to treat anxiety, depression, or panic disorders. However, the half-life of the medication is 11 hours but the effects last in 4 hours.
There may be some side effects of taking medication. Some commonly observed of them are-
- Loss of appetite
- Slurred speeches
- Dry mouth
- Irregular heartbeat
- Loss of coordination
- Difficulty focusing
Some rarely occurring but severe side effects of medication are-
- Chest pain
- Slow physical and mental activities
- Change in sexual ability
- Irregular menstrual cycle
- Blurred vision
There may be other side effects that have harmful results. One must immediately consult the doctor to avoid consequences.
Warning of Yellow Xanax:
- The person should not be prescribed the medication if he/she has any personal or family history of lung disease, substance use disorder, liver disease, renal impairment, glaucoma.
- Alcohol or any other beverages containing alcohol must be avoided with medication to prevent extreme dizziness or drowsiness.
- Elderly people may be more sensitive and have the potential risk of coordination loss or falling.
Yellow Xanax is classified as a Category D drug during pregnancy which has possibilities of the potential risk to fetus and mother also. It is not recommended to use by breastfeeding mothers. It may potentially affect nursing infants and may cause sedation, irritability, or sleeping disturbances.