Xanax: How It Affects Your Mind and Body
Xanax is the 5th most prescribed drug in the US. It is designed to treat anxiety and panic disoders.
However, long-term Xanax use, misuse, and abuse can have many adverse effects on the mind and body.
- Dry mouth
- Blurry vision
- Change in appetite
- Difficulty concentrating
- Suicidal thoughts
- Mood swings
- Antisocial behavior
- Violent behavior
Xanax is extremely addictive, and dependency can occur within a few weeks. If you or a loved one is struggling with Xanax, call 888 833 4676. Our team of addiction experts is ready to help you reclaim your life.
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