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XANAX Rehab at New Day Recovery Center

At New Day Recovery Center, we believe in treating the client, not just the addiction. Our care starts by learning about you and your unique history with XANAX addiction.. From there, we’ll help you get the treatment you need through our multifaceted inpatient, residential, and intensive outpatient programs.

What is a XANAX Addiction?

XANAX belongs to a class of drugs known as a benzodiazepines, or “benzos” for short, and is most often used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. Benzodiazepines increase the activity of a brain chemical called gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), which suppresses nerves to produce a sedative effect on the brain and body. When a person abuses XANAX to experience these effects, they can easily become addicted and physically dependent on it. Addiction to XANAX involves frequent abuse of the drug, and sometimes in unprescribed ways, such as by smoking or injecting it.

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Signs and Symptoms of a XANAX Addiction

Some signs of XANAX addiction include withdrawal from friends and family, increased XANAX use, and engagement in risky behaviors — especially while using the drug. XANAX addiction can also cause physical symptoms, like drowsiness, slurred speech, poor coordination, loss of consciousness, labored breathing, confusion, overall cognitive impairment, and memory issues.

Long-Term Effects of XANAX Abuse

If someone abuses XANAX for an extended period of time, it can cause lingering — and sometimes permanent — damage to the brain and its ability to function normally. This damage can result in a shorter attention span, trouble retaining new information, visual-spatial difficulty, delayed response times, impaired reflexes, dementia, and decreased production of GABA.

XANAX Detox and Withdrawal

At our XANAX addiction treatment centers, we’ll help you detox in a supportive environment, whether that’s in our own facility or in one of our partnered medical detox centers. When you start your detox from XANAX, you may experience serious and potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms, which is why it’s important to get professional help where you’re monitored for your health and safety. These more serious symptoms include seizures, hallucinations, relapse, and psychosis — or a disturbed perception of reality.

When you stop using XANAX, you may also experience panic attacks, heart palpitations, vomiting, trouble sleeping, and body aches. With our rehab for XANAX addiction at New Day Recovery Center, we’ll support you through our detox process and other programming to ensure you stay on the right track and find a sober path to a happier, healthier you.

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