From Pharmacy Drug Guide
Xanax® free samples provide patients with an opportunity to try Xanax with no commitment in order to decide whether or not they wish to pursue treatment with it. Doctors and medical clinics may have Xanax® available to pass on to patients, although patients are generally unable to request samples for prescription drugs directly from the manufacturer or from retail pharmacies.
Xanax® is a medication used to treat anxiety disorders, including general anxiety disorder and panic attacks. The drug is often combined with cognitive therapy or relaxation techniques to treat the root of the condition.
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Xanax® is classified as a benzodiazepine, like valium and other anti-anxiety drugs. It works by decreasing excitement in the brain in order to calm patients. In some cases, doctors may prescribe Xanax® to treat depression, premenstrual syndrome, or agoraphobia. Side effects of Xanax® include sleepiness, dizziness, headache, increased desire to talk, trouble concentrating, trouble urinating, changes in weight, and dryness in the mouth.
Xanax® can be habit-forming, particularly when taken for en extended length of time or in large doses. Ceasing Xanax® use abruptly may cause serious withdrawal symptoms such as seizures, uncontrollable shaking, irritability, aggressive behavior, and vomiting.
How to Get Xanax® Samples
- Free samples of Xanax® are typically only available from doctors and health care professionals. Manufacturers such as Pfizer routinely distribute samples to physicians to pass on to patients.
- Patients may be able to save on Xanax® through the Pfizer Pfriends patient assistance program. To quality, patients must have no prescription drug coverage and live in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Virgin Islands. There are no income restrictions, and patients of all ages may apply. The downloadable application form is available on the Pfizer Helpful Answers website. Patients may call 866-706-2400 for more information about the program.
How to Get Free Drug Samples