Miami Xanax Rehab
Xanax Addiction Recovery Treatments in Miami
Xanax (alprazolam) is a prescription drug used to help control anxiety and panic disorder symptoms. It can be highly addictive to some people, especially when it is not used according to a prescription’s instructions. Thousands of Americans have a Xanax addiction and need help, so please do not feel guilty or ashamed if you are also living with the problems of Xanax addiction or dependency.
Come to Vita Recovery in Miami to learn how to fight your Xanax addiction. We offer rehabilitative treatments that are designed to match your needs, rather than forcing you to take a cookie-cutter approach to your recovery. Our entire team of professionals is rooting for you and ready to support you during this difficult time. All we need is your permission to begin helping.
Signs of Xanax Addiction
Are you addicted to Xanax? The signs of addiction are not always clear at first, so this question might be difficult to answer. Because Xanax is designed to slow the thinking processes that can lead to anxiety and racing thoughts, it can be especially difficult to first realize when addictive traits begin.
If you’re worried you might be forming a Xanax dependency, look for these warning signs:
- You take Xanax outside of a prescription’s instructions.
- You feel a constant urge for another dose of Xanax.
- You get worried if you aren’t sure when you’ll get more Xanax.
- You have had trouble at work, home, or school since you started taking Xanax.
It can be a challenge to see and accept that you are addicted to Xanax. If you have any doubts or worries, then please reach out to our rehab clinic today by dialing (305) 707-0047. Our professional team can assist you, and we can help you find a medical professional to make an official diagnosis, which might involve your primary care physician.
Short-Term & Long-Term Effects of Xanax Abuse
Xanax can cause a number of short-term and long-term symptoms and health complications. Xanax users often first become aware of their addiction as these symptoms worsen and become too severe to ignore.
Short-term side effects of Xanax include:
- Inability to concentrate
- Mood swings
- Rapid weight changes
- Body aches
Long-term side effects of Xanax include:
- Severe weight loss
- Worsened anxiety
- Suicidal thoughts
- Muscle cramps
- Potentially fatal seizures
Some of the worst side effects and symptoms of Xanax abuse will become even more dangerous during withdrawal phases. If you have a severe addiction to Xanax, then it is highly recommended that you only attempt to stop using it with the assistance of a rehab clinic like ours. Quitting “cold turkey” could be dangerous. You should also talk to your doctor about getting an alternative medication if you are taking Xanax through a prescription.
How Rehab Can Help Fight Xanax Addiction
At Vita Recovery in Miami, we use a variety of treatment and therapy options to help people with Xanax addictions. Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP) are two of the most commonly used programs for treating Xanax dependencies. But we won’t force you into any program or plan. We take pride in being able to help people who come to our addiction treatment center find a system that works for them. It is one of many ways that we show you the utmost respect along your path to recovery.
Call (305) 707-0047 now. We speak English and Spanish fluently.
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