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Sep 28, 2021
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Teenagers and young people are addicted to substances than anyone else: in 2017, 16.5% of 16to 19-year olds and 21.2 percent of people aged 20 to 24 all over England and Wales reported having taken drugs within the last year. While the use of drugs has decreased in the last decade but new, potentially life-threatening trends continue surface. Recently doctors have been warning that there is the possibility of an "emerging crisis" relating to Xanax usage among teenagers.



Alprazolam (Xanax) can be described as an anxiolytic that acts in a short time. It belongs to the benzodiazepine group of psychoactive substances. Igor Petrushenko / www.shutterstock.com


Xanax is one of the brands name of alprazolam, which is an benzodiazepine medication, also known as "benzo" - which is advertised as a substitute for Valium (diazepam) which is is used to treat panic attacks, anxiety attacks and issues related to depression. It is a drug that alters the way the brain functions, which can boost feelings of joy and ease anxiety and stress.


Doses vary between 0.25mg to up to 3mg daily (by contrast the amount of sugar in a teaspoon is around 1,300 times that amount). The dosage can take as long as one hour to take effect. Then, it typically lasts between 5 and 12 hours, based on the composition and dosage. It could take between four and five days to eliminate the body of the drug.


Here to remain


Although it's the most commonly prescribed benzodiazepine medication in the US, Xanax online is not available in the UK however it can be purchased on prescriptions from private doctors and also online. Recent data suggest it is that the UK is the second biggest marketplace for Xanax in the black internet in comparison to the US. The widespread availability of Xanax online has made the problem of the drug particularly risky.


To be precise, there is no any such thing as an "safe" drug. Any drug, whether taken inhaled, smoked, swallowed or injected is likely affect the physiology as well as, possibly the mental state of the individual who is taking it. Each person is unique, and reacts differently to different substances dosages, ingredients and doses. It's not always clear what's in the recreational substances that people use, this is why we have to be concerned about the potential effects they may cause.


We can't say that recreational drugs will disappear. Drugs have been used by people throughout history, regardless of religious motives, as a way to live, due to social pressures, try new things or to escape reality. Some are legal, whereas others are punishable by harsh penalties, such as prison sentences, or even the death penalty in some regions in the globe. Drugs are used by people like Xanax regardless of the legal restrictions Therefore, it is important to understand about how it functions, and what it means for you as the risk of health.


If people take Xanax frequently and regularly, they develop an addiction to the drug. This implies that they will need to take bigger dosages and more often in order for the drug to achieve the desired effects. Then, eventually, it leads to physical dependence where the brain requires the drug in order to perform "normally". It is also possible to develop an emotional dependence, where they believe it is their "need "need" the drug. These effects, when combined, result in what we know as addiction.


Be aware of the dangers


If someone is addicted to prescription medications, such as Xanax and Xanax, the effects of the drug has to be reversed. Normal functioning of brain cells has to be restored. This is a lengthy and painful process. While taking this drug can be negative side negative effects like apathy, fatigue and a decrease in cognitive performance as well as the risk of speech slurred or violent outbursts.


As with other benzodiazepine medications, Xanax shouldn't be consumed with alcohol. This could increase the effects of the drug, leading to a loss of consciousness or an involuntary coma. Furthermore, cheap Xanax levels could build within the body, which can increase the risk of overdose each time it is used. These effects pose risk to the user's health as well as their future livelihoods and aspirations.


Drugs that are legally produced and sold are subject to quality control processes - such as regulating the amount of drugs in every pill as well as its purity. For those who sell illegally, such procedures are absent completely. Many users cannot identify the substances and the processes employed to produce illegal drugs. Therefore, there's no way to determine how harmful the drugs or the chemicals derived from chemical reactions that occur during the drug-making process.



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