Xanax Addiction

There Is Treatment Help For Xanax Addiction

Primarily used to treat anxiety disorder or general moderate to severe anxiety symptoms, Xanax works by slowing down the movement of chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced due to anxiety. The slowing down of the movement of chemicals results in a reduction in nervous tension and can help patients feel an ease with their anxiety. Xanax is used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and anxiety caused by depression. Addiction Campuses specializes in Xanax addiction. We know you are struggling and that Xanax has helped treat your feelings of stress and anxiety. But now, you’re addicted. There are ways to manage your anxiety without Xanax. Through cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy, individual therapy our campuses are designed to provide the best possible care to find the root problem of anxiety, treat it properly and help the person suffering move back out into life without an addiction and with the skills necessary to manage their anxiety disorder.

24 / 7 Xanax Addiction Support Hotline: 1-888-614-2251

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Various Drug Forms Of Xanax Include:

  • Regular or quick dissolve tablet
  • Extended release tablet
  • Liquid solution

A doctor may start a person out on one dose of Xanax and then slowly increase their dosage to find the correct amount. It may take several weeks before a person begins to feel the full effect of this medication. Xanax should be taken as prescribed.

Keep In Mind

Xanax can interact with other medications or supplements, including antihistamines, some antibiotics, antidepressants, herbal remedies like St. John’s Wort, oral contraceptives, sleeping pills, tranquilizers, and more. It is imperative that you share with your doctor or pharmacist what medications – over the counter or prescription – you are currently taking.

Physical Signs Of Xanax Abuse:

  • Slurred speech
  • Slow movements
  • Headaches
  • Slow heartbeat
  • Seizures
  • Convulsing
  • Constipation
  • Irregular sleep patterns

Other Signs Of Xanax Abuse:

  • Having multiple refills for the same drug, no improvement of pain
  • Missing work or important events
  • Changes in social activities
  • Moodiness
  • Angry or defensive when confronted
  • Always asking for money

Dangers Of Xanax Abuse

Xanax can have severe side effects, like depressed mood, and thoughts of suicide or hurting oneself – and that is when it is taken according to the doctor’s prescription. Taking more than needed can not only increase these severe side effects, but it can overload the system and cause death.

Withdrawal Symptoms Of Xanax

Xanax is a Central Nervous System (CNS) depressant. When the CNS is depressed, the user will experience feelings of relaxation. This is helpful for people who are experience high anxiety symptoms and need immediate relief. The problem with Xanax lies in the fact that many who take Xanax don’t make efforts to find out the root cause of the anxiety.  They begin to rely on Xanax to manage anxiety – all of the time. Frequent use of Xanax means the body becomes addicted and stopping Xanax not only brings about uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms – but the anxiety returns.

Getting Treatment For Xanax Addiction

Addiction Campuses specializes in Xanax addiction. We know you are struggling and that Xanax has helped treat your feelings of stress and anxiety. But now, you’re addicted. There are ways to manage your anxiety without Xanax. Through cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy, individual therapy our campuses are designed to provide the best possible care to find the root problem of anxiety, treat it properly and help the person suffering move back out into life without an addiction and with the skills necessary to manage their anxiety disorder.

24 / 7 Xanax Addiction Support Hotline: 1-888-614-2251

One year ago, my son took a huge step in the right direction as I dropped him off at Addiction Campuses of Tennessee, Spring 2 Life Campus. That decision will change his life and impact our family forever. We are eternally grateful to Addiction Campuses of Tennessee for helping turn our son around and get him started in a new life! We love our new family at ACTN!
—- Connie White, Mother of an ACTN Spring 2 Life Campus graduate

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