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Xanax Addiction Treatment
Compassionate Rehab for Xanax Addiction in Scottsdale
At Acceptance Recovery Center, we provide attentive, personalized support for people who have developed an addiction to or dependence on Xanax (alprazolam). We understand the ease with which a Xanax prescription drug can quickly spiral into an addiction, and we are here to help you reverse its effects on your life (or on the life of your loved one) by providing various forms of rehabilitation and therapy, including:
- Community integration
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
- Relapse prevention
- Therapeutic activity groups
- Trauma therapy (and more)
When you call us for Xanax rehabilitation in Scottsdale, we can equip you and your affected loved one with the information you need to take the first steps toward lasting recovery. Connect with a member of our team as soon as possible to receive a free, confidential consultation.
Call today or send us a message to get started.
Xanax Is Highly Addictive, Even When Taken as Prescribed
Xanax is a type of benzodiazepine drug designed to treat problematic anxiety and panic disorders by depressing the central nervous system (CNS). Because the body naturally builds a tolerance to benzodiazepines, the probability of addiction is high, even for those who take it exactly as prescribed.
You or your loved one may be experiencing the signs of Xanax addiction if you notice or experience any of the following:
- Inability to stop using Xanax, despite expressed desire or attempts to do so
- New disinterest in formerly enjoyed activities
- Compulsive need to use Xanax and obtain more of it
- Inability to control how much Xanax is consumed
- Social, educational, professional, and/or medical problems related to Xanax use
- Engagement in risky behaviors while under the influence of Xanax or in order to obtain more of it
- Resorting to snorting, injecting, or taking multiple doses of Xanax in order to heighten the effects
You or your loved one may have a cluster of Xanax-related disorders if the drug is being taken with other opiates or alcohol. Many people who become addicted to Xanax begin to use powerful drugs like methadone and heroin, and often combine these drugs with alcohol. Such combinations can lead to deadly overdose by depressing the respiratory system, which may lead to suffocation.
Needless to say, the effects of Xanax addiction and dependence can be deadly, and you must take action immediately to prevent your addiction (or that of your loved one) from spiraling out of control.
Call now to speak to a representative and learn more about how we help.