At Transformations Treatment Center, we offer high-level Xanax addiction treatment to help you on your journey away from a Xanax addiction and toward recovery.
If you’re dependent or addicted to Xanax and you abruptly stop taking it, as a result this can lead to the onset of withdrawal symptoms. The same situation can accompany a rapid decrease in your accustomed level of medication consumption. Xanax withdrawal during detox can be accompanied by a large number of symptoms.
Additional symptoms withdraw symptoms can include:
Without professional oversight, you can find yourself facing serious complications that endanger your health. As a result, interfering with your ability to progress to a state of sobriety. Crucially, if you manage to quit taking Xanax on your own, consequently you will face increased risks for relapsing. Additionally, you will experience the dangerous symptoms of a tranquilizer overdose.
To control the hazards of Xanax withdrawal, you should only consider halting use of the medication while enrolled in a program dedicated to supervised medical detoxification (detox)2. The levels of medication in your bloodstream are gradually lowered while under the care of trained doctors. While slow in some cases, this process is required to help you achieve initial sobriety with the physical and mental stability needed to succeed in follow-up substance treatment. Indeed, no one can predict in advance how long it will take you to detox from Xanax. Factors that affect your rate of withdrawal for example, include how long you’ve misused the medication and how much of it you usually consume.
You don’t have to let a Xanax addiction control your life. Our Transformations Treatment Center addiction professionals can help you get on a path of recovery, significantly changing your life. Call now and talk about your treatment options.