Benzodiazepines like Xanax are made daily in pharmaceutical labs for prescriptions across the United States. Xanax slows down the nervous system and promotes a feeling of calm. They can help someone sleep and avoid anxiety or panic attacks. Despite being a prescription medication, Xanax can be highly addictive and dangerous. The safest way to overcome Xanax addiction is through a treatment program. Luckily, today there are treatment programs across the country and here in New Hampshire ready to help clients overcome Xanax addiction.
Ready to learn about the benefits of Xanax addiction treatment? Liberty Health Services can help. Liberty Health Services provides comprehensive medically-assisted detox at our Xanax addiction treatment center in New Hampshire. Our boutique clinic provides clients with family-focused care to jumpstart recovery. Learn more about our dual diagnosis Xanax addiction treatment program now by calling us at 855.959.4521 to find the right program for you.
Common Signs and Symptoms of Xanax Addiction
Xanax is the brand name for the benzodiazepine alprazolam. Xanax and other benzos slow down the brain’s processing speed by increasing GABA and dopamine levels in the brain. People naturally make GABA and dopamine every day. Xanax, however, releases high levels of these chemicals, making them highly addictive, especially if someone is struggling with anxiety, PTSD, and other co-occurring disorders. Common signs of Xanax addiction include:
- Taking more medication than prescribed
- Mixing medications
- Mixing medications with alcohol
- Crushing pills
- Filling multiple prescriptions from different doctors
- Using someone else’s prescription
- Feelings of calm
- Slower metal processing
- Trouble following conversations
- Trouble standing or moving
- Loss of coordination
- Memory loss
- Difficulty speaking and understanding language
- Trouble understanding objects, scenarios, and the world around you
Like other addictive substances, Xanax can lead to overdose, death, and post-acute withdrawal, making it unsafe to stop using Xanax without clinical support
Benefits of Xanax Addiction Treatment and Detox
Detox is the first and often most difficult part of recovery. Xanax treatment can help. Whether someone chooses residential or outpatient care, addiction treatment programs can help people understand their thoughts, behaviors, and addiction patterns. Treatment can help people make lasting changes, reduce addiction triggers, and reduce overall stress for a better quality of life. The common benefits of Xanax addiction treatment include:
- Medically-assisted detox avoids post-acute withdrawal syndrome, rebound effects, and health problems.
- Dual diagnosis can help diagnose and treat co-occurring disorders alongside addiction for holistic treatment.
- Aftercare planning and support groups for long-term sobriety and community.
- The individual, group, and family therapy for mental health support throughout recovery.
- Lower risk of relapse and Xanax overdose.
Studies show that addiction treatment can reduce the risk of relapse. They also show that medically-assisted detox improves program retention rates. This means people receive the care and support they need while getting better quickly. Benzo withdrawal can be hard to manage alone. Xanax addiction treatment can help people recover, and their loved ones thrive.
Begin Xanax Addiction Treatment in Serene New Hampshire
If you’re ready to recover from Xanax abuse and addiction, the team at Liberty Health Services can help. Our medically-assisted detox for Xanax also includes:
- Cocaine detox
- Synthetic drug detox
- Prescription drug detox
- Valium detox
- Alcohol detox
- Opioid detox
- Opiate detox
- Benzodiazepine detox
- Heroin detox
- Methamphetamine detox
Our medically-assisted detox programs can help clients safely detox in our intimate clinic. With only 24 clients at a time, Liberty Health Services is here for you.
Learn More About the Benefits of Xanax Addiction Treatment at Liberty Health Services
Call Liberty Health Services at 855.959.4521 to learn more about the benefits of our New Hampshire Xanax addiction treatment center and get started today.