Xanax perfectly copes with its task. It stimulates benzodiazepine receptors resulting in the processes which reduce the agitation of the central nervous system. These side effects are met during the use of Xanax but they are short and do not have a negative influence on the human activity. Despite a fast and intense sedative effect of Xanax, it does not block the work of the central nervous system as some analogical medicines. Some patients taking other antianxiety products often go to a doctor with problems of the complete apathy – no emotions, fatigue, and a constant desire to sleep.
Xanax does not increase and does not reduce the concentration of the chemical neurotransmitters like antidepressants, and does not have an antidepressant activity. But one should understand that every patient has own reflex during the use of Xanax.It has a mild activity during the inhibition of the central nervous system, and therefore motor, vegetal, and emotional functions work well.
A strong and fast action is combined with a mild soporific effect. After the first application of Xanax, patients relax, do not feel anxiety, fear, and concern; they have an emotional balance, and sleep is improved, and the period of falling asleep is reduced. Xanax does not cause those symptoms. They cannot do their job and personal things because the processes of the central nervous system are inhibited because of the anxiety inhibition.
The same study provides further evidence that people who take MDMA may be risking permanent brain damage. MDMA use sometimes results in severe dehydration or exhaustion. Physical signs include dilated pupils, increased blood pressure and heart rate. MDMA use has also resulted in deaths from hyperthermia (a soaring fever), liver and kidney damage.
Drugs affect the body by manipulation of these; forcing the release of some chemical or other, inhibiting the transfer of messages along the nerve channels or fooling the whole operation by imitating a nervous chemical. Communication of information between nerve cells is accomplished by movement of chemicals across the small gap between them called the synapse.
It is taken orally, usually in the form of a tablet or capsule, the effects of which can last up to six hours. Users claim that it gives a heightened sense of compassion, the desire to be close with others and the ability to dance for hours on end. Because of the speed effect, MDMA can suppress the urge to eat,