Tranax is a brand that comprises Alprazolam as an active ingredient. Tranax 1mg is a short-acting benzodiazepine used to treat the panic attacks and auxiliary anxiety induced by the depression condition.
How does Tranax 1mg work?
Tranax acts on the central nervous system, Tranax maintains the level of chemicals in the brain thus maintain the condition like anxiety and depression. Tranax is also considered as the tremendous medication for the treatment panic attacks and trouble in sleeping.
How to consume Tranax 1mg-
The adult oral dose of Tranax is 0.25-0.5 mg thrice a day which may be increased to 3 to4mg daily if required, or in Elderly patient initially oral dose of Tranax is about 0.25 mg twice a day.
Observed unwanted effects-
Tranax may induce the problem of addiction in the patient, immediate stop of Tranax leads to severe withdrawal symptoms such as panic and disturbance. Other Common unwanted effects includes sleepiness, tiredness, wooziness, unusual exhaustion, vertigo, misery, uncertainty, awkward body movements, loss Of hunger, annoyance, Slurred tongue, difficulty In verbal communication, lack Of attentiveness and memory, Blurring Of Vision, altered sex drive, strength weakness, constipation, dehydrated Mouth, nausea, amplified salivation, low blood pressure, unusual high heart rate, jaundice, amplified levels of liver enzymes , fail to control urine and stools.
Use of Tranax 1mg is contraindicated in case-
Tranax should not be used in the narrow-angle glaucoma patient but it may be used in the patient with open angle glaucoma who is taking appropriate treatment for the disease.
Tranax should not be used with the ketoconazole and itraconazole.
- Avoid the use of Tranax in case you are hypersensitive to the Tranax or any of its content.
- Avoid the use of Tranax if you have the history of liver, kidney disease.
- A frequent episode of mania is reported in the case of depression patient using Tranax, so avoid the use of Tranax in this condition.