Xanax Addiction Treatment

Xanax Addiction Treatment

Xanax belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepines. The most common reason for patients to receive a prescription for Xanax is a diagnosis of panic and anxiety disorders.

Xanax is the number 1 anxiety drug prescribed in the United States. This drug is prescribed more than any other drug for anxiety issues. Xanax is highly addictive. Many people become dependent on this drug without even realizing it.

Signs & Symptoms Of Xanax Abuse

Here is a list of the most common symptoms that Xanax users report:

  • Drowsiness
  • Memory impairment
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Problems concentrating
  • Professional or academic issues
  • Light-headedness
  • Prolonged fatigue
  • Sluggishness
  • Problems in relationships

Additionally, if you find yourself using multiple doctors to get Xanax prescriptions – you could have a Xanax addiction. Doctor-shopping, pharmacy-hopping, and obtaining Xanax through illegal means – all indicate a possible addiction to Xanax.

Effects Of Xanax Addiction

Xanax is a benzodiazepine. Xanax use over a prolonged period of time can cause: disorientation, slurred speech, confusion, and loss of coordination.

Furthermore, mixing Xanax with alcohol or illegal substances is very dangerous. These things actually have the power to kill you.

Treatment of Xanax Addiction

If you are dealing with an addiction to Xanax, it is imperative to seek professional treatment in order to safely stop using this medication. Stopping Xanax suddenly on your own is not recommended. The withdrawal effects can be dangerous as there is a possibility of seizures.

“The road to recovery will not always be easy, but I will take it one day at a time, focusing on the moments I've dreamed about for so long”. - Amanda Lindhout

Treatment for Xanax withdrawal can be completed at our facility. Our team of medical experts will closely monitor you throughout the duration of the withdrawal period.

You are safe and secure in our comfortable and peaceful setting at New Creation Treatment. The withdrawal period usually lasts about 72 hours. Common effects during this time are as follows:

  • Muscle pain
  • Shaking
  • Sweating
  • Feelings of anxiety
  • Insomnia

We will be with you every step of the way. Our goal is to provide you with a top-quality level of care. Our Xanax withdrawal treatment team will go above and beyond to make sure you as comfortable as possible.

After the phase of withdrawal is successfully completed, Xanax treatment does not stop there at Her House Rehab. Our Xanax treatment center will focus on helping you recover from this addiction totally.

Addiction is a threefold disease – mind, body, and spirit. We address all of these aspects and more at our Xanax addiction treatment programs. We believe in helping women all over reclaim their life after the devastating effects of Xanax addiction. Recovery is possible! There is help and hope available.

Treatment for Xanax addiction can be life-saving and life-changing. Let us help you learn how to live a happy and peaceful life without Xanax.

If you think you are suffering from an addiction to Xanax, call us today and speak to someone on our support staff.

“To allow the fear to come on you and then pass through. If you keep cutting the fear off by intervening - let's say, taking a Xanax to try to cure it - you'll never understand what fear is really for. Fear is part of a survival mechanism. The way you conquer fear is to feel it all the way, and then you'll find out that there's nothing there - it's just emotion.” - Nick Nolte

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