Xanax addiction often starts with a few occasions of recreational misuse - but a complex net of social and emotional personal factors, stigma, shame, and physical dependence can quickly trap a user in addiction.
Vita Recovery offers an innovative, whole-client approach. We provide the chance to break the debilitating cycle of dependency and addiction in a luxury high-end center, equipping you with the essential tools necessary for sustaining a healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle.
Do you believe you or a loved one is addicted to Xanax? Xanax is prescribed to reduce troubling thought processes, racing thoughts, and anxiety, so identifying an addiction can be tricky. Prolonged Xanax use can cause detrimental damage to your mental and physical health, so early intervention is crucial. If you are worried about Xanax use, warning signs to spot include: (60)
Continuation of substance use despite negative consequences to one’s life
Strong urge and want for Xanax
Intense feelings of worry if you are unable to obtain Xanax
Taking Xanax outside of a prescription
Inability to regulate Xanax use
Loss of motivation
Neglecting day-to-day obligations, e.g., work, school, or family life
Identifying and admitting the possibility of a substance use disorder is the biggest hurdle in recovery for many, often preventing people from receiving essential support and help. If you have any worries or doubts about your Xanax use, contact us today at (786) 559-0623.
Our exceptional team of compassionate professionals can guide you in receiving an official diagnosis and will assist you throughout the rest of your recovery journey.
The type of program determines the length of Xanax treatment. At Vita Recovery, our programs vary in length and are adjusted to accommodate your individual needs. Our Partial Hospitalization Program is intended for 30 days, whereas our Intensive Outpatient Program typically lasts from 4-6 weeks.
For those who may be worried about rehab while pregnant, we also offer assistance in finding medication-assisted treatment. This can help both mother and child recover more safely. For those who need to avoid MAT, therapeutic interventions, counseling, and community support are core to our approach.
At Vita Recovery, we do everything in our power to make addiction recovery treatment available to all. We work with most major health insurance providers who cover medical treatments for substance abuse. Due to insurance policy differences, the insurance coverage provided will differ.
The Affordable Care Act ensures marketplace insurance plans issue coverage for substance abuse and mental health treatment. If you are accessing treatment without insurance, you may still be eligible for payment plans or partial coverage. If you are worried about payment, contact us today to discuss potential options.
For most people, inpatient treatment is effective at the start of the healing process, so we offer residential detox early on. Following this, outpatient programs are an ideal choice for many that want to integrate their recovery into daily life, maintain responsibilities, and minimize disruption while remaining outcome-oriented.
MAT can be used as part of Xanax addiction treatment and some addiction medicine can be used to reduce the experience of adverse withdrawal symptoms. Careful, supervised medication management reduces the risk of dependency and is associated with the best outcomes in short and long-term relapse prevention.
For many, the fear of withdrawal is a huge barrier to recovery and sobriety. Medical detox allows you to undergo withdrawal in a safe and comfortable setting, minimizes adverse effects, and grants access to specialist supervision and compassionate support with a focus on mental health.
Xanax is a prescription medication used to treat anxiety disorders, seizures, or sleep disorders. It is part of the benzodiazepine family of drugs that are recognized as sedative-hypnotics. These make a person feel calm and sedated by depressing activity in the central nervous system.