Yellow Xanax Bars
Yellow Xanax bars are fast-acting antianxiety rectangular 2mg Alprazolam pills imprinted with “R039” on one side. It is a highly prescribed medicine to treat anxiety, seizures, phobias, and panic attacks with or without agoraphobia and comorbid depression. Yellow Xanax Bars‘ street name is “Yellow School Bus” or “Yellow Bus” because of their color. The 2 mg yellow Xanax bars are designed to be broken in half to provide two equal-sized doses in the morning and later in the day. If taken by mouth, yellow Xanax bars will take effect within an hour, and the bloodstream concentration of Yellow Xanax bars will peak between 60 and 120 minutes after taking. The Yellow Xanax Bar has an active duration of 6 to 8 hours and an onset time of 25 to 30 minutes.
How Does Yellow Xanax Bar Work?
Yellow Xanax Bars are highly potent and work in the brain and CNS. It belongs to the Triazolobenzodiazepine of the Intermediate Propensity drug class. It binds to the GABA receptor, works to accelerate GABA activity, and reduces hyperactivity in the brain. Xanax (Alprazolam) is a benzodiazepine that increases GABA activity and reduces abnormal brain activity. As a result, it will tame the brain's excessive movement while also inducing a calming effect on the mind and body, inducing sleep, and reducing anxiety symptoms.
What Are The Possible Side Effects Of Yellow Xanax Bars?
Due to its habit-forming and addictive nature, Yellow Xanax Bars may cause some common side effects are;
- Breathing difficulties
- Coordination problems
- Dry mouth
- Erectile dysfunction
How To Take Yellow Xanax Bar?
- As ins by your pharmacist, you can take it with or without food.
- The pill can be divided into four parts, each containing 0.25mg.
- Avoid overdose, addiction, and dependency, which can lead to death in severe cases.
- Do not increase the dosage without first consulting your doctor.
- If you take this medication for a more extended period than prescribed, you may need to see a doctor more frequently.
- Do not stop taking Yellow Xanax Bars without first consulting your doctor.