Alprazolam side effects
Alprazolam may encourage suicidal thoughts.
Side effects of Alprazolam include agitation, abnormal involuntary movement, allergies, anxiety, blurred vision, chest pain, confusion, constipation, decreased or increased sex drive, depression, diarrhea, difficult urination, dream abnormalities, drowsiness, dry mouth, fainting, fatigue, fluid retention, headache, hyperventilation (too frequent or too deep breathing), inability to fall asleep, increase or decrease in appetite, increased or decreased salivation, impaired memory, irritability, lack of or decreased coordination, light-headedness, low blood pressure, menstrual problems, muscular twitching, nausea and vomiting, nervousness, painful menstruation, palpitations, rapid heartbeat, rash, restlessness, ringing in the ears, sedation, sexual dysfunction, skin inflammation, speech difficulties, stiffness, stuffy nose, sweating, tiredness/sleepiness, tremors, upset stomach, upper respiratory infections, weakness, weight gain or weight loss.
Rarer Alprazolam side effects include abnormal muscle tone, arm or leg pain, difficulty concentrating, dizziness, double vision, fear, hallucinations, hot flushes, inability to control urination or bowel movements, infections, itching, joint pain, loss of appetite, muscle cramps, muscle spasms, muscle weakness, rage, seizures, shortness of breath, sleep disturbances, slurred speech, stimulation, talkativeness, taste alterations, temporary memory loss, tingling or pins and needles, uninhibited behavior, urine retention, yellow eyes and skin.
Alprazolam overdosing can result in symptoms like confusion, coma, impaired coordination, sleepiness and impaired reaction time. Especially when combined with alcohol, Alprazolam can be fatal.
This is our research on the alleged dangers of Alprazolam / adverse effects of Alprazolam and not medical advice!