Anyone taken Niravam?
I have it for immediate relief from panic attacks. havne't taken it yet...how's it make you feel? I guess it's the quickly disinegrating form of Xanax
Asked by Armand Horsburgh 6 months ago.
Hi, sorry I can't advise on Niravam, but I wanted to share some tips that really helped me. The following steps will help eliminate (or at least significantly reduce) your panic attacks: 1.Breathe properly - if you control your breathing, you control panic. As soon as you notice the signs of anxiety, check your breathing: breathe in slowly through your nose pushing your tummy out (to the count of 5 or so). Breathe out slowly and for a bit longer (to the count of 7 or so) through your mouth. Do not breathe rapidly or shallowly (in the chest area). This will soon restore the balance of oxygen and you will feel a lot better. 2. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy! CBT is proven to be the most effective thing for panic attacks, OCD and anxiety etc. It takes a bit of work, but it is super effective. (After 15 years of panic attacks, mine stopped completely). You can speak to your doctor about taking a course or you can take a course for free online at: www.livinglifetothefull.com 3. Try relaxation exercise tapes (progressive muscular relaxation). They really help if you practise often enough. You can get free downloads in you put "progressive muscle relaxation" into Google (e.g. lots of universities have them as free downloads) With each step practise makes perfect. (i.e. practise the steps every day, not just when you are feeling bad). I hope you feel better soon. Best of luck! Answered by Leo Hyon 6 months ago.
Whats the difference between Niravam(alprazolam) and xanax?
i was taking xanax illegally and the doctor gave me something called niravam witch is alprazolam that dissolves in ur mouth so what is the difference
Asked by Patsy Palmese 6 months ago.
No difference. Niravam and Xanax are brand names for the substance which is called alprazolam. Brand names are copyrighted and are subject to licenses acquired by particular manufacturers. Brand names may differ, but the basic element, or the active ingredient is the same. In this case, it is alprazolam which can also be called a generic name for both Niravam and Xanax. There may be found other brand names for alprazolam, too. They include Alplax, Helex, Xanor, etc. Answered by Lila Herner 6 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: whats the difference between Niravam(alprazolam) and xanax? i was taking xanax illegally and the doctor gave me something called niravam witch is alprazolam that dissolves in ur mouth so what is the difference Answered by Rea Elkayam 6 months ago.
Alprazolam is the generic for Xanax.. It is a benzodiazepine.. I am a certified pharmacy technician and medical coding student.. Answered by Suzette Bledsoe 6 months ago.
the answer is not as simple as that... in fact, Xanax is the best drug that bring generic Aplrazolam into it... what does bring Alprazolam into the pil called Xanax??... it's the company secret. do you think XANAX is just GENERIC ALPRAZOLAM that simply labeled by name XANAX?? Answered by Ethelene Pachlin 6 months ago.
I would ask my docter, he would probally know what he is giving you! But to me it wouldnt matter, as long as I got better! Answered by Nickie Godines 6 months ago.
Yesterday i use niravam 0.5 mg can i use cyclobenzapr today?
yesterday i use niravam 0.5 mg can i use cyclobenzapr today?
Asked by Nicki Okimoto 6 months ago.
You should ask either your doctor or a pharmacist that question. Answered by Shandi Sharf 6 months ago.
Yes, that's it, trust the opinions of yahoo's elite corps of medical specialists for your drug interaction information needs. Just call your doctor or pharmacist before you poison yourself. Answered by Charlena Borne 6 months ago.
Has anyone taken Niravam?
The doctor put me on it for anxiety, but it makes me so sleepy. It helps, but I want to go to bed afterward.
Asked by Angela Flavin 6 months ago.
well what nivaram is is an orally disinegrating form of xanax(alprazolam), it is widley known to cause alot of drowsiness, alot of dr's prescribe it to help people sleep that have anxiety disorders. it is alot more expensive then just precribing the generic form of xanax so im surprized to see more and more dr's writing for it. Answered by Ardell Punch 6 months ago.
Alprazolam or niravam?
I was prescribed the wafer form of xanax which is niravam and it is a disintegrating tablet. I am wondering if the brand (niravam) or the generic (alprazolam) is better and which works better? Is there a difference?
Asked by Odette Waterson 6 months ago.
I am not familiar with those names but in general, if they are in exactly the same form (ie. tablet, powder, .....) and in the same concentration, there should be no difference between the generic form of a drug and the branded product. Answered by Marlin Bengel 6 months ago.
Anyone take Niravam for panic disorder?
Or any information? My dr. just prescribed me them for severe panic attacks
Asked by Tamala Wittie 6 months ago.
Hi, I have severe panic attacks and anxiety. If you ever wanna chat with someone who is going through the same things feel free to email me at [email protected] or you can i.m on aol or aim at chilledsession. Would love to chat to others with panic. Good luck=] Answered by Nathanael Eiden 6 months ago.
What is the difference between Niravam and Xanax?
Asked by Tyrell Prigge 6 months ago.
Both are brand names of the same medicine, alprazolam, which has many different brand names. These names also include Alplax, Restyl, Xanor, etc Answered by Cammie Racko 6 months ago.
The first is just another brand name. Both are alprazolam. Answered by Katina Marek 6 months ago.
Does Niravam have to be filled within 7 days?
I just saw a new psychiatrist who gave me samples and prescriptions for three meds, one of which is Niravam (orally disentegrating form of xanax). She said not to fill any prescriptions for now, since I have enough samples. What I'm wondering, since I don't see her in a month, is - do I need to fill it...
Asked by Phyliss Littmann 6 months ago.
I just saw a new psychiatrist who gave me samples and prescriptions for three meds, one of which is Niravam (orally disentegrating form of xanax). She said not to fill any prescriptions for now, since I have enough samples. What I'm wondering, since I don't see her in a month, is - do I need to fill it within 7 days like some other controlled medications? (It doesn't specify on the prescription form) I have to do this for Adderall, so I was wondering if this was the same type of procedure...I heard xanax is like that too. If anyone knows, I appreciate your help. Thanks. Answered by Josh Jasper 6 months ago.
I think you have 30 days, but you can call your local pharmacy to ask... Answered by Jacinda Kuks 6 months ago.
Where do i buy niravam(alprazolam orally disintegrating tablets) .05mg online without a prescription?
Hey I did not know that it was illegal okay cause ther are sites that claimed that they deliver from the U.S. as long as you had a previous prescription...
Asked by Kelley Tovias 6 months ago.
Inhousedrugstore.uk, they have a US link reliable. Answered by Keenan Condino 6 months ago.
Has anyone had any experience with NIRAVAM? (an orally disintegrating xanax tablet)?
i had gastric bypass surgery 6 years ago and i feel as if i can't absorb medication! i'm bipolar so i diefinetly need benzos for my panic attacks and mood swings. I've tried every benzo: xanax, ativan, klonopin, valium and i felt no affect. However i discovered that alprazolam comes in a dissolvable...
Asked by Jeana Muthart 6 months ago.
i had gastric bypass surgery 6 years ago and i feel as if i can't absorb medication! i'm bipolar so i diefinetly need benzos for my panic attacks and mood swings. I've tried every benzo: xanax, ativan, klonopin, valium and i felt no affect. However i discovered that alprazolam comes in a dissolvable tablet you place on your tongue and it works almost instantly! Has anyone tried this for of meds? The drug is called "NIRAVAM" PLEASE HELP! Answered by Lora Mondaine 6 months ago.
Benzos are a slippery slope, as you may know. The dissolving ones get into the system quickly, and leave pretty quickly. You may have a better effect from it, given you medical condition, but it will still be hard on your liver and will have the potential for addiction. It is not a good drug for bi-polar: it contributes to depression. Answered by Gayle Leandro 6 months ago.