Since the moment Adam and Eve ate the apple of knowledge, human psychology has accepted the coexistence of good and evil. There is joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain, truth and lie, beauty and ugliness, and so on. You've witnessed both happy and sad times in your life. Sometimes the memory and fear of a bad time haunt you, and you are so overwhelmed that you forget to smile. Are you always depressed and anxious? Do you have a disorder?

Do not underestimate your depression or anxiety; they are real-life adversaries, and you should never underestimate your adversaries. Allow me to describe the symptoms of anxiety disorder so that you can compare and comprehend your situation. Rapid or irregular heartbeat, stomach problems such as gnawing, nausea, "butterflies in the stomach" diarrhoea, irritated bowel syndrome, sweating or feeling cold and clammy headaches, lightheadedness or dizziness, body tension or aches, fatigue or shortness of breath shaking, trembling or twitching difficulty falling or staying asleep, hot flashes or chills, chest pain, rubbery legs, tingling in femur At the same time, there are some emotional symptoms such as general apprehension and dread, nervousness, jumpiness, irritation, fearfulness or terror, isolation from others, feeling incredibly self-conscious and insecure, and fear that you are dying or going crazy strong desire to escape.

If you have any of the following symptoms, you should take care of yourself and seek medical attention. Anxiety disorder can be treated with a combination of medications and therapies. Benzodiazepine is the most effective medication for anxiety disorders, and Xanax, a type of Benzodiazepine, is one of the most widely used medications for this purpose. Xanax is also useful in treating activity depression and panic attacks. At the same time, it can help with irritable bowel syndrome and anxiety caused by a neurosis. Xanax is used to treat anxiety, nervousness, and tension associated with anxiety disorders, agoraphobia, essential tremor, fibromyalgia (low dose), and ringing ears.

But, as I previously stated, we must accept that every aspect or thing has two sides, one good and one bad. Humans have not only spared Xanax and used it as an intoxicating drug, but have also abused it. Because Xanax affects brain chemicals that can become unbalanced and cause anxiety, it slows down brain functioning, causing the person to feel drowsy. It is a 'calmer' for the Central Nervous System (CNS), and addiction occurs when used for an extended period of time, no more than eight months. Tolerance is what drives xanax users to take more and more pills in order to achieve the same effect. As the user's body becomes more accustomed to Xanax, the 'calming effect' of Xanax in the body necessitates higher dosages of Xanax to achieve the desired level. As you can imagine, the end result is addiction. Your daily dose of two 25mg pills will be increased to four or more pills per day. To remain 'normal,' a person gradually considers taking 5,10,20,40, or even 80 pills on a given day. This is the state he is in when he is addicted to Xanax.

Xanax should not be stopped abruptly in this situation, and you should not stop taking xanax abruptly at any time. This could result in a severe withdrawal syndrome. In most cases, the doctor will gradually reduce the dosage, and when a person is addicted to Xanax, psychotherapy in addition to medication is required. The best part is that, unlike other anti-anxiety and antidepressant medications, withdrawing from xanax is simple and never dangerous. The main point to remember is to always consult a doctor before taking Xanax and to follow the doctor's advice until you are completely recovered from your anxiety disorder. Believe me when I say that you can and should live a better life; you deserve it!

The author, Monalisa Hyden, addresses psychological issues. If you wish to help yourself and your loved ones to fight emotional problems, you can log on to [] for more information and advice.