Generic Xanax and Drugs Mix

If you decide to take Generic Xanax (Alprazolam) to treat your anxiety disorder, you need to be aware that there are certain interactions with other medication that cause adverse effects. Medications, when mixed with Generic Xanax can modify, increase, or decrease the effectiveness of Generic Xanax to combat your anxiety.

Before you buy Generic Xanax online, it is important, especially if you do take other medications, that you first speak with a medical professional and have them compile a full list for you of all medications that should not be mixed. When listing off what medication you take, be sure to also mention any over-the-counter medications, vitamins, herbal products, and minerals you take as well. If you start a new medication while on Generic Xanax, first speak with a doctor if it is same to combine it with Generic Xanax.

Listed below is comprehensive list of all medications that you should discuss with your primary care physician first prior to taking Generic Xanax:

  • Cimetidine
  • Isoniazid
  • Oral contraceptives (NB: ED pills like Cialis are not considered as oral contraceptives)
  • Seizure medication
  • Popoxyphene
  • Antifungal medications, including fluconazole and itraconazole
  • Antidepressant medications including desipramine, fluvocamine, and imipramine

Medical professionals will either advise that you do not take the medication at all or talk with your primary care physician about the possibility of taking both medications. Your primary care physician might lower the dosages of the medication. Your primary care physician might also require that you come into the doctor’s office for regular checkups to monitor your body while taking both medications to make sure there are no adverse effects.

It is also important to make a quick note that alcohol should not be mixed with Generic Xanax. Not considered a medication, it can be a form of self medication. Due to the fact that Generic Xanax and alcohol depress the central nervous system, the combination of both medications can increase the slowdown of activity in the brain. It is highly recommended that Alprazolam is not to be combined with alcohol. Side effects when a combination occurs include memory problems, drowsiness, unusual and unwarranted behavior, dizziness, and lack of balance and coordination. A combination can also severely slow down breathing and heart rates, causing an individual to pass out or even die.