Lunesta and xanax feeling?
what is the feeling of lunesta
Asked by Arnita Beaulieu 4 months ago.
Xanax (alprazolam) is a benzodiazepine class anxiolytic approved to treat generlized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, acute anxiety states, and anxiety associated with depression. Lunesta (eszopiclone) is a hypnotic approved to treat insomnia, both transient and chronic forms. Xanax is sometimes prescribed for insomnia but it is NOT approved for that use nor it is a good choice for treating insomnia (for a variety of rather complex reasons). Both drugs are federally controlled substances in The United States and both are classified as schedule IV controlled substances. In most other countries eszopiclone is NOT a controlled substance- Xanax is- although it is known to have the potential for abuse. Lunesta is a newer drug than Xanax and it is typically considered to have a lower abuse potential. However most studies have found Lunesta and benzodiazepines to have more/less the same abuse potential although potentially a bit less. Xanax, for most people, does not induce sleep except at fairly high doses. The idea of anxiolytics is for them to relieve anxiety without causing sleep. People with higher tolerance to drugs with effects similar to Xanax or Lunesta may not fall asleep from Lunesta and there are some people for whom Lunesta simply does not work well. Both drugs act as on the central nervous system as GABA agonists so their effects are very similar. Lunesta however is in a different chemical class of drugs compared to benzodiazepines and Lunesta effects GABA receptors more selectively than Xanax which is why it is a potent hypnotic yet lacks some of the properties Xanax has. They are different and it is impossible to say how you will respond to Lunesta, it may be almost the same as the effects of Xanax or it could be significantly different. So although they are similar their effects are a bit different and like with any medication each person experiences each differently. Answered by Devora Schermer 4 months ago.
Lunesta And Xanax Answered by Guy Alfonso 4 months ago.
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Xanax is used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and anxiety caused by depression. It works by slowing down the movement of chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced. This results in a reduction in nervous tension (anxiety) Answered by Dorthea Klockars 4 months ago.
theyre both sedative hypnotics. xanax is a benzodiazepine, which also functions as a anti anxiety med, so itll make u feel quite nice. lunesta just makes you knock out. if u want a nice buzz stick with the xanax bars. be careful Answered by Marilu Downin 4 months ago.
no lunesta induces sleep Xanax numbs pain away Answered by Artie Kosa 4 months ago.
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Lorazepam Or xanax?????....?
lorazepam 0.5 mg vs xanax .25 mg which is stronger? I don't understand the mg, I used to take xanax .25 then my dr switched me to lorazepam 0.5 mg...Someone plz answer my question thank you(:
Asked by Shenna Baldearena 4 months ago.
Xanax and Lorazepam are DIFFERENT DRUGS. They are both Benzodiazepines, but they are DIFFERENT DRUGS. Xanax is about twice as potent per mg than Lorazepam is. That means that to get the same effect, you would have to take twice as much Lorazepam. So in your case, .5mg of Lorazepam is roughly equivalent to .25mg xanax. The difference is that lorazepam lasts about twice as long as xanax does. Xanax is very short lasting and tends to wear off abruptly. Lorazepam does not wear off as fast, which can make it much easier to tolerate. So again, in your case you should not have to take it as often as you do xanax, and you should notice that the effects last longer and do not wear off as fast. They are both very addictive drugs, and withdrawals from either of them can be severe. Be sure to talk to your Doctor about the risk of dependency, tolerance, and withdrawals when you quit taking it. Answered by Royal Honnen 4 months ago.
Lorazepam Vs Xanax Answered by Micha Nitzkowski 4 months ago.
Both of those medications act on the body the same way. Both of them are primarily used for anxiety. the 0.5mg is stronger than the .25 as it is a higher dose. Normally lorazepam works more effectively than xanax in general. Therefore the lorazepam is the highest dose and should work fine for you. hope that helps! Answered by Isis Alcina 4 months ago.
.5 mg is twice the amount as .25mg. HOWEVER, this does not mean that it's twice as strong. They both work through the same mechanism, but they have different levels of potency. Lorazepam .5mg is equivalent to .25 Xanax XR, which is equal to .125 (even less) Xanax. So it depends on whether you're on regular Xanax or Xanax XR. If you're on Xanax XR, it's the same. If you're on Xanax (without the XR), you're now taking medication that is half as effective. Answered by Gabriel Schadle 4 months ago.
Witch is better Valium or Xanax?
I have panic attacks alot lately i's what iam going through and i talked to my doctor and he put me on zoloft and valium but the valium dosent seem to work as i want it to so iam thinking of asking my doctor to change my valium to xanax.
Asked by Cinda Kemerly 4 months ago.
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Banzos are a classification of drug not a specific drug. atavan, klonopin, librum, and valium are all different drugs but are classified as benzos. much like meth and cocain are both classified as stimulents Answered by Larita Brender 4 months ago.
either way.. both of them are addictive. You should get your doctor to put you on something that works for you and is not addictive.. Zoloft may not be for you.. you might need a different one. both valium and xanax work in the same way... look at the zoloft and ask your doc about that. Answered by Jay Tokihiro 4 months ago.
I use Alprazolam and Lexapro. Answered by Lulu Whisenand 4 months ago.
I cant stand either one of them and I think they should be banned from the market. I had a good friend die from taking just 2 xanax tablets and 1 beer. I think the best remedy for panic attacks is just sit back and CHILL THE **** OUT! SM Answered by Gertrudis Saluja 4 months ago.
Why do so many people abuse xanax?
it seems to be REALY popular for some reason. what does it realy do anyways? i heard that it DOESNT even cause euphoria. so wahts the big deal? and what is the recreational dose for xanax? cause i know that the highest precribed dose is 2mg.
Asked by Melodee Blacksher 4 months ago.
Xanax and other benzodiazepines MAY create a sense of well being, of less worry, etc., but I definitely do not think they cause euphoria. This is a subject very close to me because I have a severe anxiety disorder and many people think that Xanax and similar drugs are only used to "get high" and that "everyone gets addicted". The truth of the matter is, a person only truly gets addicted if he or she is doing it recreationally. A person who needs the medication for a valid reason generally does not abuse it. That person's body may become "dependent" on the medication and have to wean off it to reduce side effects, but that is markedly different from abuse. The highest prescribed dose is NOT 2mg. You may be looking at the pills and seeing that the most potent pill is usually 2mg. That does NOT mean that is the largest dose. Far from it. Xanax is a short acting benzo so it is out of the system quickly. It is not at all uncommon for dosages to go very high. The newer time released Xanax XR is causing Xanax to become more competitive with longer acting benzos. As far as the "recreational" dose? That would depend on the user, and for most people who truly do drugs, Xanax is not going to be something they crave. There is no "high", there is simply a relief of anxiety. If a person takes more than he or she is accustomed to, you'll simply go to sleep, so I really don't know why anyone would choose to abuse Xanax except to possibly bring themselves down from other drugs. Bad idea all around. It is an excellent drug for people who need it, for recreational users, please stop giving a good med a bad name! Answered by Linsey Shewmaker 4 months ago.
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This Site Might Help You. RE: why do so many people abuse xanax? it seems to be REALY popular for some reason. what does it realy do anyways? i heard that it DOESNT even cause euphoria. so wahts the big deal? and what is the recreational dose for xanax? cause i know that the highest precribed dose is 2mg. Answered by Tiny Heiken 4 months ago.
Xanax is a medicine used to calm people's nerves. It generally relaxes the person and can make them sleepy also. As for the "recreational dose"...I would not know. I don't think there is such a thing. I would not recommend taking it if it is not prescribed for you. Answered by Demetra Reckard 4 months ago.
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Klonopin vs Xanax?
I have heard that Xanax is faster at stopping a panic attack, but that Klonopin lasts longer. I currently take Xanax, and it does work super fast if I am havign a panic attack, and yes, it does wear off after like 3 or 4 hours. How long does the Klonopin take to work for a panic attack? Does it work for...
Asked by Argentina Haugaard 4 months ago.
I have heard that Xanax is faster at stopping a panic attack, but that Klonopin lasts longer. I currently take Xanax, and it does work super fast if I am havign a panic attack, and yes, it does wear off after like 3 or 4 hours. How long does the Klonopin take to work for a panic attack? Does it work for panic attacks? How long does it keep you calmed down? Does it really last longer than Xanax? I appriciate all opinions given here. Thanks guys! Answered by Duncan Aymar 4 months ago.
Xanax(alprazolam) and Klonopin(clonazepam) are both highly addictive drugs... because both are absorbed rapidly and reach peak plasma concentration... high concentration of a benzodiazepin causes generally euphoria... that a situation a person feels much better than normal... using xanax as anti panic agent can be accepted a little rational approach... because it is impossible to show xanax effect before 20-25 mins. after oral administration... and many attacks end in 30 mins. if an anxiety attack lasts longer than 30 mins. it must be thought an additional constitution rather than isolated panic attack. clozapin is a long lasting bezdiazepin and has bone marrow suppression effect, and convulsion (seizure) risk while abstinence or reduction of plasma concentrations make this drug far from daily using... for panic or panic disorder paroxetine long term administration is nearly specific as an SSRI. But other SSRIs are also very effective in panic treatment. shortly, before a performance with big efforts, or exciting, for long anxiety reactions or some treatment of excitations, xanax and clonapin can be used for a short time .. but for panics ..maybe very different clinical conditions.. Answered by Tabatha Wentzel 4 months ago.
Xanax Vs Klonopin Answered by Katelin Crowers 4 months ago.
Klonopin Vs Xanax Answered by Shirlee Cambero 4 months ago.
I take Xanax to Sleep. the answers are correct is is very addictive. i took .5mg a night for 2 years then i started needing more and more and now i take 6mgs per day just to feel normal. I terified of the withdrawl but I can t function otherwise. My experience with klonopin was taking them and then smoking Crack. I got really fu**** up and then completely blacked out and $2,000 and 3 days later i finally came down. Ive smoked crack 100 s of times then took Xanax and it helps you come down from it. whatever you do don t mix klonopin with Crack. I gave it to several people and smoked crack with them and we all had the same experience. That **** is wicked and my doc tried putting me on it and i refused klonopin. If u need a benzo i prefer xanax or 10mg Valiums. mixing 1mg of xanax with 20mgs of valium keeps me good. Answered by Miriam Jewell 4 months ago.
Klonopin is longer lasting than Xanax and preferable to xanax as it is one of the least addicting benzodiazepines (the class of drug to which xanax and klonopin belong) Xanax is one of the most addictive benzodiazepines. Klonopin always worked quickly for me. If you wanted to try something that didn't stay in your system as long as klonopin you might want to try ativan which is also less addictive than xanax but more addictive than klonopin For long term treatment of Anxiety ask your doctor about Paxil or Effexor. I also use natural supplements such as GABA (an amino acid which is what the benzodiazepines stimulate in the brain) and Mangosteen. Answered by Harvey Brashers 4 months ago.
Here is my opinion based on experience, Tammy. I don't believe that either Xanax or Klonopin are meant to control panic attacks in the long term. Both are effective at controlling panic attacks, but both are highly addictive drugs. My experience has been that the key to controlling panic attacks is to treat the cause, which is a combination of medication and therapy. I was personally treated successfully by a combination of both. I've been released from treatment from therapy for two years now and I only see my psychiatrist three times a year for labs, so I feel I qualify as being successfully treated. But that being said, there are times where panic attacks will start to get the best of me. When that happens, yes, I'll take a milligram of Ativan under the tongue and it controls the panic attack. But I've also learned to change the way I feel by changing the way I think, which I learned in therapy, and I take a drug called Cyproheptadine, which helps to remove the emotional attachment from a memory. Medication such as tranquilizers are but one tool of many that I use in my recovery. Answered by Dollie Vangemert 4 months ago.
Klonepin has a half life of 8 hours. It works quickly as well. I never took Xanax - so i dnt know about it. The benzos are very addictive medications - which means ur body will not like the adjustment if u stop taking them. Good Luck 2 u =) Answered by Chloe Walstad 4 months ago.
Hi I have acute panic attacks and I have been on both, I prefer the klonopin, and they work just as fast and seem to work longer for me, Best Wishes and try to stay calm Answered by Myrta Standish 4 months ago.
Do withdraws go away if you go back to taking your medicine like xanax?
if you going off xanax and start getting withdraws would taking xanax again make them go away?
Asked by Dovie Livingstone 4 months ago.
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I would like opinions about XANAX?
my therapist wants to put me on xanax. don't really know much about it (its for my anxiety) just have heard negatives so i was wondering if people could give me opinions and their point of view, experience, etc.
Asked by Lyndia Brightman 4 months ago.
I've taken Xanax in the past for anxiety, ranging from .25 mg (didn't feel a thing) to 1 mg (felt pretty good). It begins to kick in within 30 minutes of taking it and it makes me drowsy. I usually end up taking a nap if it's a higher dose. It lasts from 4-5 hours. Many doctors will give you a script with something like "take one tablet twice daily" since it isn't a 24 hour drug. Xanax is addictive and easy to abuse. When I was on it, I had anxiety about becoming addicted to it, so I would only take it when I felt it was absolutely necessary. That made it not the most helpful drug for me. You shouldn't do anything that requires concentration or your full attention until you know how it will make you feel. The very first time I took it, I was walking home from the doctor and I definitely felt a little messed up crossing streets. You shouldn't drink on Xanax and shouldn't take more than prescribed. I'm not sure I remember the reason behind the no drinking. I don't think it's a liver issue, but more of a 'both drugs are downers and that could cause your heart to slow or stop'. But I would check with a doctor on that. You can build a tolerance to Xanax, which is partly where addiction comes in. Someone starts on .25 mg and a year later finds themselves on 2 mg because they don't feel anything from the lower doses anymore. But this tends to happen to patients who take Xanax on a daily basis multiple times a day (i.e. someone who has a script for .25 mg and takes 3-4 pills a day). I do know Xanax can interact badly with other drugs, but I don't know their names off hand. I know psychiatrists do not like prescribing Xanax to people who are suicidal because some studies have indicated Xanax increases suicidal thoughts and, in some cases, behaviors. I know I just listed a rather negative point-of-view, but I do think it was really helpful for those extreme moments when I just couldn't reign my anxiety in. I can't tell how many times I've thanked the gods for those little orange pills. They helped me stay in control. However, something to always remember about Xanax (and any other med like it) is that it doesn't work to solve the problem, it's just a temporary fix that buys you time so that you (not the drug) can solve the problem. So, if you're taking it to get back on track while seeing a therapist, that's wonderful. Just make sure you never tell yourself you'll always need this drug to get by because that's not true - that's where addiction begins. Answered by Carmelo Andaya 4 months ago.
Xanax is prescribed for Anxiety/Panic attacks. You may get some answers on this Q& A site that cause you alarm, in that some people may be negative about the drug, others may have had some reaction to it that may cause you to think that's its harmful (whatever) AS YOU have Anxiety..it is MOST IMPORTANT not to take into consideration as REAL Professional advice any negative advice you may receive or that some other sufferer had a "bad" reaction to the drug.(A SIDE AFFECT) ALL Anxiety sufferers may, at times, get a different reaction (good or bad) to any Anxiety drug. The REAL Dangers are that as YOU do have ANXIETY, you can be put into a situation that you ACTUALLY BELIEVE that because someone else had a bad reaction (side affect) that any feeling you are having is the SAME.. Remember also, that XanAX IS not ONLY PRESCRIBED FOR ANXIETY BUT ALSO FOR depression DISORDERS. IF you do and ONLY if you do have a feeling that Xanax is NOT doing you good, (give it at least 6 weeks from the initial dose) then go back to the Doctor and ask for another drug, such as Effexor. Has he/she prescribed Valium* for bad Panic Attacks ??(*use with caution) Answered by Orlando Talent 4 months ago.
If used SPARINGLY it can help you a lot. If you take it more then a few times a week, you will eventually develop tolerance and dependency, and it will become less and less effective. Don't make the mistake of thinking that your doctor knows best. Too many doctors do not understand the addictive nature of this drug, and even fewer understand how bad and long lasting the withdrawals can be. Recovery from long-term xanax usage can take over a year, and there will be some rather hellish and unpleasant periods of time as the anxiety and insomnia and memory problems and other symptoms cycle back and forth. Xanax is a short term solution. You need to find a long term drug-free solution, or your anxiety will just get worse. Answered by Donnetta Matts 4 months ago.
If you have panic attacks, I prefer ativan myself because it kicks in faster, But xanax is good for general anxiety, Here are over 500 people's opinions on xanax. Some liked it and others hated it. The ones whole loved it rated it 5 and the ones who hated it rated it a 1. Answered by Jerry Vleming 4 months ago.
I think its one of the more longer lasting and potent benzodiazepines out there....so obviously it has potential for abuse. Based on the years I worked in a pharmacy most of the people who found doctors gullible enough to keep them on it regularly - they were typically white trash. Respectable doctors will not use this as a long term solution, and if so will not give you enough to take every day. This is why most folks will go shopping around until they find someone who will cave in to their pleading and give them 120 Xanax a month. Trust me, find a good antidepressant, a good support system and you won't need any numbing, feel good, fast acting happy pills. Answered by Ngoc Crepps 4 months ago.
A lot of people like it, and a lot of people like it too much. That is the problem. Answered by Casey Greisser 4 months ago.
um yea just give them to me :) Answered by Tena Bartz 4 months ago.
What is Xanax (alprazolam) made out of?
Does anyone have any idea what xanax is actually made from or how it is produced?
Asked by Amira Mabey 4 months ago.
Xanax is a brand name for Alprazolam. it is an antianxiety and antipanic drug. Xanax class of drug is benzoiazepine. This class of drugs slow down the central nervouse system. Xanax should not be given longer then 8 months. people VERY commonly get addicted to Xanax. Now remeber when i said Xanax has Alprazolam well the chemical name for Alprazolam is 8-Chloro-1-methly-6-phenly-4h-s-trazolo [4,3-a][1,4] benzodiazepine. Alprazolam is a white crystalline powder, which is soluble in methanol or ethanol but which has no appreciable solubility in water at physiolological pH. in other words you cannot dissolve a xanax tablet in someones drink. Each Xanax tablet, for oral administration, contains 0.25, 0.5, 1, or 2 mg of Alprazolam. Inactive ingerdients are: Cellulose, Corn Stratch, Docusate sodium, lactose, magnesium stearate. silicon dioxide, and sodium benzoate. In addition, the 5.0 mg tablet contains FD & C yellow no. 6 and the 1 mg tablet contains FD & C blue no. 2. The coloring is related to the coating on the outside of the tablet. i hope this helps! Answered by Melba Sweatt 4 months ago.
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What Is Xanax Made Of Answered by Athena Abdella 4 months ago.
Chemical structure of xanax: 8-Chloro-1-methyl-6-phenyl-4H -s triazolo Inactive ingredients include: Cellulose, corn starch, docusate sodium, lactose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide and sodium benzoate. In addition, the 0.5 mg tablet contains FD&C Yellow No. 6 and the 1 mg tablet contains FD&C Blue No. 2. Answered by Joannie Durso 4 months ago.
I don't know but I can tell you how to find out- go to rxlist.com and in "drug search" type in xanax and it will tell you everything just by clicking on the tabs on the left on the screen. Everything from the chemical make-up to dosage and the side effects. Hope that helps. Answered by Edna Pfluger 4 months ago.
rainbows, bunnies, and happiness. i love xanax. Answered by Corazon Hopfer 4 months ago.