Were you looking for information about Alprazolam? Alprazalom is a common misspelling of alprazolam.
Alprazolam (Xanax®) is a prescription drug used to treat panic disorder and anxiety. It can help improve the symptoms of both conditions by reducing anxiety, relaxing muscles, and stopping seizures. The medication, which is available in four different strengths, comes in tablet form and is usually taken two or three times a day.
Among the side effects that have been reported with alprazolam are weight gain, drowsiness, and sexual problems. Some of the conditions that you should tell your healthcare provider about before you take this drug include glaucoma, depression, liver disease (including liver failure or cirrhosis), and kidney disease.
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