Xanax Addiction and Withdrawal
You may have been prescribed Xanax (alprazolam) to treat your anxiety, depression or panic disorder or to help some types of pain. Many people get Xanax without a prescription from family members, friends or illegally off the streets. But you can get addicted to Xanax even if you take it as prescribed.
Our addiction specialists have personal experience recovering from addiction. Call today and let us help you into detox and treatment. Call 800-993-3869. We understand addiction. Calls are confidential.
If you are taking your Xanax prescription medication as directed, your body may still become dependent on it.
Your doctor may increase your dosage level to accommodate the natural tolerance that develops. This increase in dosage can lead to Xanax addiction over time. If you are addicted, immediately seek treatment. Call Recovery Connection today at 800-993-3869. We’re here to help find you options for Xanax detox at drug detox centers that fit your needs.
According to the manufacturer of Xanax, you should ask yourself the following questions if you feel you are addicted:
If you answered yes to a number of these questions, click the following link to begin a private Live Chat with one of our Xanax addiction specialists.
I was at my wits’ end when I called Recovery Connection. I wish I could remember the name of the guy I spoke with. He saved my life. He is also in recovery and knew exactly how I felt. Even when I was on the fence on when, where or even if I should go, he walked me through it.
- Carol T.
If you are addicted to Xanax, the safest way for you to clean your body of the drug is to seek treatment from a medically supervised detox facility knowledgeable in administering medications for benzodiazepine detox and withdrawal.
Xanax is highly addictive. It is also a powerful drug that you cannot abruptly stop using without causing serious and potentially fatal health consequences. If you are addicted to Xanax, you need to seek treatment to ensure the necessary safety measures are met.
If you are addicted, stopping Xanax use abruptly puts you at risk for:
Detox is important to get your body clean from the drug. It is just as important to find a drug rehab program that teaches you how to safely overcome cravings, triggers and anything else that could cause you to relapse.
At Recovery Connection, your well-being is important to us. We connect you with an accredited rehab facility that will provide you with a safe and comfortable detox and a personalized Xanax addiction treatment program.
Whether you started taking Xanax with a prescription or you got it illegally, the fact still remains that if you are addicted, seeking help immediately is crucial. Take the first step by calling Recovery Connecti on at 800-993-3869 and speak with one of our Xanax addiction specialists.
- The call is free.
- We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- We will answer your questions about getting help for your addiction.
- We find you the best rehab to match your insurance or financial ability.
- We know first hand about Xanax addiction, withdrawal and detox.
24/7 all conversations are confidential