Xanax is a benzodiazepine and can be addictive even if you are taking it as prescribed. Xanax is commonly prescribed to people with panic or anxiety disorders. If you or a loved one are addicted to Xanax, know that there is a Xanax detox center out there to help you get off the pills and have a clear head. Summit Detox’s Florida detox center admissions specialists are ready to help you!
Xanax addiction is similar to other drug addictions and alcohol abuse. As mentioned above, even a person that is taking their prescription as directed can become dependent on the drug. This is because people using the drug at any level, build a tolerance, and need more and more for it even to work as recommended.
Also, people that become addicted to Xanax will experience physical withdrawal symptoms when there are low levels to none of the drug and their body. They will also experience cravings and a burning desire to obtain more of the drug.
For example, here are some of the symptoms of Xanax addiction:
A person that has become addicted to Xanax will likely have the following symptoms chronically:
Chronic use of Xanax can cause temporary damage to the CNS (central nervous system). This medication will slow down your nervous system as it is repeatedly exposed to it. Mixing alcohol and Xanax is even more dangerous. Both are CNS depressants, and mixing them can lead to coma or death.
Likewise, mixing alcohol and Xanax or large doses of Xanax alone can lead to people being in heavily sedated states for days. This can be dangerous because people will do things they do not realize they are doing while in this state, similar to sleepwalking, eating, or driving.
If you or a loved one have become addicted to Xanax or are misusing Xanax, look for a Xanax detox center in Florida as soon as possible. Xanax, especially, mixed with other substances can be very dangerous. Thankfully, our drug detox specialists are here to help.
Getting help for your Xanax detoxification is one of the best things that you can do for yourself. Looking to detox in a facility may be the safest choice you could make to start. Xanax is physically and mentally addictive. When you are coming off of the medication, you will have the following symptoms:
Getting through the early stages in a facility where you won’t have access to the drug and cared for through dangerous symptoms like seizures is the safe way to detox from Xanax. After the detox stage, you will enter a rehabilitation stage. This stage typically occurs in a residential, full-day, partial, day, or weekly setting depending on the level of care you decide that you need.
During the rehabilitation stage, you will be taking a look at underlying mental health problems with a therapist. You will also attend peer support groups, new coping mechanisms for your anxiety or panic disorder, and you will be creating an actionable plan for your discharge from the benzo addiction rehab center. You can have your brain and body back; all it takes is reaching out for help.
If you are looking for a Xanax detox center, one place you may start looking is to ask your primary care physician or your mental health care provider about recommended facilities in the area. Summit Detox offers many levels of care for people with addictions to Xanax and other substances. We provide integrative care that combines treatment for both the body and the mind. We take our aftercare plans seriously. If interested in finding out more about our facility, please call [Direct] today!