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[http://www.topsearch10.com/search.php?aid=71170&q=xanax Treatment of panic disorder, with or without agoraphobia. Alprazolam is very effective in preventing moderate to severe anxiety, essential tremor, panic attacks and other types of convulsive behaviors. However, despite its efficacy, many psychiatrists are reluctant to use alprazolam for this condition because of the possibility of dependence and interdose ("breakthrough") anxiety due to its short-acting nature.]
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Treatment of panic disorder, with or without agoraphobia. Alprazolam is very effective in preventing moderate to severe anxiety, essential tremor, panic attacks and other types of convulsive behaviors. However, despite its efficacy, many psychiatrists are reluctant to use alprazolam for this condition because of the possibility of dependence and interdose ("breakthrough") anxiety due to its short-acting nature.
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Treatment of panic attacks. Alprazolam is taken as needed (PRN); 4 to 6 doses per day are the acceptable limit. If dependence seems to develop and/or the limit is exceeded, therapy may be reconsidered and/or discontinued.
Treatment of panic attacks. Alprazolam is taken as needed (PRN); 4 to 6 doses per day are the acceptable limit. If dependence seems to develop and/or the limit is exceeded, therapy may be reconsidered and/or discontinued.

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The main medical uses for alprazolam include:

Treatment of panic disorder, with or without agoraphobia. Alprazolam is very effective in preventing moderate to severe anxiety, essential tremor, panic attacks and other types of convulsive behaviors. However, despite its efficacy, many psychiatrists are reluctant to use alprazolam for this condition because of the possibility of dependence and interdose ("breakthrough") anxiety due to its short-acting nature.

Treatment of panic attacks. Alprazolam is taken as needed (PRN); 4 to 6 doses per day are the acceptable limit. If dependence seems to develop and/or the limit is exceeded, therapy may be reconsidered and/or discontinued.

Long-term treatment of severe anxiety disorders. Alprazolam may be used for long-term treatment of anxiety if other therapies either do not work or are contraindicated. Duration of therapy in this case is often four months or longer. The decision to use alprazolam for this purpose must be carefully made by a specialized psychiatrist, taking into account the individual's suffering, quality of life, loss of social performance and risk of dependence.

Adjunctive treatment of depression. SSRIs (e.g. sertraline or fluoxetine) are often co-administered with alprazolam at the outset of long-term SSRI anxiety treatment in order to counteract the initial anxiogenic (anxiety-producing) effects of SSRI treatment. Tricyclic antidepressants and buspirone are also used with alprazolam in refractory (resistant) cases of generalized anxiety disorder.

Other uses. Alprazolam has been used by specialists to treat severe cases of Borderline Personality Disorder. Some studies have shown positive results[citation needed]. Rarely, alprazolam may be used to treat insomnia.