When it comes to taking Xanax, the best way to take it is oral as prescribed by your doctor.
You should never take Xanax for recreational use.
Xanax is prescribed for anxiety and that is the only reason you should ever be taking it.
Abusing Xanax is dangerous and can lead to death.
Abusing Xanax means that you are taking it recreationally or you are taking more than you are prescribed to take.
Xanax is considered to be the second most abused drug in the world.
When people abuse Xanax
The most common way they abuse it is by snorting or chewing.
When you snort or chew Xanax, you are also increasing your chances of experiencing side effects.
These methods of use also increase the intensity of the withdrawals after longtime use.
It is also very common for an addict of Xanax to abuse other drugs, as well.
You should never mix any forms of medication unless your doctor advises you to do so.
Side Effect of Xanax Abuse
You may suffer from Xanax side effects almost immediately after consumption or even after long-term use.
Some common severe side effects include:
- Impaired movement
- Slurred Speech
- Suicidal thoughts
- Impairment of vision
- Vomiting or nausea