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Blue Xanax Bar: Its Uses, Side Effects and Addiction

What is Xanax?

Xanax is a medication prescribed to patients with anxiety and panic disorder, and it is the brand name for Alprazolam. It is a part of a set of medications called benzodiazepine, which works on the brain to create a calming and soothing effect. 

Xanax comes in various dosage strengths differentiated with colors like white, green, blue, and pink. Since Xanax is the most commonly prescribed medication for anxiety disorders, it is readily available to the commoner, increasing the risk of substance misuse or abuse, leading to addiction and, in worst cases, even death. This article discusses the uses, side effects, and the addition of Blue Xanax bars.

What is a Blue Xanax bar?

A blue Xanax bar is a 2mg strength bar prescribed to patients with anxiety and panic attack onsets. It has the prescription of “B707”, making it easy to identify the fake and real pills. Your doctor will change the dosage prescribed to you with time to figure out the one that suits you best.

You can break parts of the bar and use it in smaller doses if prescribed a lower dose. A blue Xana bar only comes after a white Xanax bar with a maximum amount of 3mg, so it has an increased onset of effects compared to other 0.25mg or 1mg doses.

A blue Xanax is taken orally, starts working within an hour, and peaks in two hours. Because of its side effects of drowsiness and dizziness, many people misuse and abuse Xanax for the impact of euphoria.

Uses of Blue Xanax Bars

Blue Xanax is the 2mg strength dose of Xanax and is used similarly. Xanax is a benzodiazepine that enhances the effects of a neurotransmitter called GABA (Gamma-aminobutyric Acid), which lessens the capacity of the nerve cells to communicate with each other. 

Lower levels of GABA indicate anxiety, chronic pain, and epilepsy. With benzodiazepine increasing the effects of GABA produces a calming and relaxing effect and lowers the excited state of mind making it easier to handle anxiety and panic attacks. 

Blue Xanax bar is of 2mg strength and is considered a high dose. If you have been prescribed a lower dosage, you can break the pill into portions and use it as needed. Blue Xanax bar is orally administered and can be taken with or without food as directed by your physician. 

A Blue Xanax Bar, due to its high dosage strength, is also likely to stay in your system for a more extended period. However, that depends on factors like age, liver and kidney function, and diet.

Xanax is a level IV controlled substance, meaning it has a reasonable possibility of being misused or abused. It is essential to use the medication in moderation.

The side effects of using Blue Xanax Bars

Xanax is not precisely a central nervous system depressant, but it does lower the anxiety levels produced by the body. It provides a relaxing effect that helps with the symptoms of agitation and a state of excitation produced by the central nervous system. Apart from the “good” and needed side effects, there are a few that can be tough to handle

The common side effects of Blue Xanax are-

  • Confusion
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Vivid dreams
  • Irritability
  • Poor coordination
  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea and vomiting

These symptoms should tone down after a few days as the body adapts to Xanax. If these symptoms persist and worsen with time, it would be best to inform your prescribing physician. If you think the dosage prescribed to you isn’t working, it is advised to not increase it on your own for your benefit.

Addiction to Blue Xanax 

Xanax is a level IV controlled substance, meaning it has a moderate to high possibility of misuse and abuse. Addiction starts with misuse, which has a variety of reasons like increasing your dose on your own or even withdrawal caused after stopping the medicine without consultation. 

If you think that the dosage prescribed isn’t working for you, you should not increase your dose on your own. Instead, it would be best to inform your doctor, who will increase or decrease your dosage based on the medical condition and response to treatment. 

If you stop using your medication suddenly, it will cause you to face withdrawal symptoms, especially if you have been using Blue Xanax for an extended period or in high doses. The withdrawal symptoms last for well over a year. 

If you notice symptoms like 

  • Blurred vision
  • Hypersensitivity to light
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain
  • Insomnia
  • Profuse sweating
  • Rebound anxiety and panic attacks, etc. 

It will help if you inform your prescribing physician instead of using Xanax according to yourself or by your previous prescription. 


Blue Xanax bars are 2mg strength doses of Xanax that produce a calming effect in the brain and body to help ease the symptoms of anxiety and panic, which may or may not have a sudden onset. 

Blue Xanax, due to its dosage strength and easy accessibility, can be frequently misused and abused, causing addiction. There is a wide variety of NGOs and other organizations and support groups that help one overcome addiction along with therapy. 

Overdose of Xanax can, in severe cases, lead to death, so it is best to monitor your dosage intake and use it as instructed by your prescribing physician.