Skip to Content

What is the difference between 1mg xanax and a 10mg Buspar?

Question is Closed
Report Favorite

Answers (1)

10 May 2010

Buspar inhibits the reuptake of Dopamine and norepinephrine (i recomend looking these up if you want to know more about them) regulating those neurotransmiters (which by the way are basicly part of the same system along with GABA, ACH, and Serotonin) while Xanax attaches to the receptors of GABA to make this neurotransmiter more effective... basicly xanax slows the whole body and brain activity down within 15 min of ingestation, while buspar slowly works by leveling out the amount of the before mentioned neurotransmiters over atleast 1 month of taking the med. (side effects are important to notice for each med)

Votes: +1

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar Questions

My name is Brooke,and I am new to this,but my dr weaned me off of xanax 1mg 3x daily and put me on?

buspar 15mg's 2x daily... but the problem I'm having is that I have no more of my Buspar med medical insurance lasped how much does ...

5 answers 19 Apr 2011

Is buspar effective if you also take Xanax?

I have been taking Xanax 1mg 2 or 3 times a day for is great for preventing panic attacks. I am back on Buspar 15 mg twice a day..I think ...

4 answers 29 Jun 2013

What is the difference Buspar vs Xanax?

What is the difference in buspar & xanax? Why would a physician prescribe both at one time?

2 answers 29 Jun 2015

Is buspar in the benzo family & does it work right away like Xanax or other benzos do?

Hi I am new here and I am lacking knowledge about buspar. Yesterday my doctor prescribed it to me for the first time. She gave me 10mg 3x daily. ...

1 answer 10 Jan 2016