Buspar for Anxiety Info and Use
Buspar belongs to the category of anti-anxiety drugs. Buspar for anxiety treatment acts by affecting the chemicals (neurotransmitters) in the brain that have become unbalanced in people with anxiety. This treatment alleviates fear, tension, irritability, dizziness, pounding heartbeat along with other physical symptoms associated with anxiety. It helps in daily life by clearing your thoughts, by relaxing you and reducing your worries; leaving you less jittery and irritable. Bear in mind that Buspar is not an anti-psychotic drug used for treating mental illnesses. It is an anxiolytic and used in the treatment of anxiety.
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Buspar must be taken by mouth exactly as prescribed by the doctor. It is usually taken 2 to 3 times a day. It can be taken with or without food, but it is important that you choose one way and always take it the same way so that the same amount of drug is absorbed in your body each day.
Buspar tablets are scored so that you can break them and take smaller doses if advised by the doctor. Do not take the tablet if it is not broken correctly and the pieces are unequal in size.
Regarding grapefruit, limit its intake as it increases the concentration of Buspar in the bloodstream.
Keep in mind, with treatment; sometimes anxiety symptoms may increase before they start to improve.
- Buspirone hydrochloride 5mg
- Buspirone hydrochloride 10mg
- Buspirone hydrochloride 15mg
- Buspirone hydrochloride 30mg
Note that these tablets are scored, and lower doses can be provided by bisecting or trisecting the tablet.
Before starting your treatment, consultation with your physician is mandatory regarding the following factors;
- Kidney disease
- Liver disease
- Anyone younger than 18 years
- If using MAO inhibitors
- Allergy to Buspirone or any other allergy
- Bipolar disorder
- Parkinson’s disease
A doctor must be immediately consulted if the following side effects of Buspar appear;
- Allergic reaction
- Chest pain
- Shortness of breath
- Light-headedness, fainting
- Sleep problems like insomnia
- Upset stomach
- Feeling nervous or excited