Like most people, you probably started taking Xanax (which is also called alprazolam, Xanax XR and Niravam) because it was prescribed by your doctor to treat acute bouts of anxiety of panic attacks. Xanax is one of the most popular medications on the market for this purpose because it acts so quickly. However, overusing Xanax or using it during times when you don't really need it can quickly result in an addiction. Xanax Rehab in Boise, Idaho can help you by addressing the issues in your life that have led to your Xanax addiction. It can also help you by giving you the tools you need to walk away from your Xanax addiction so that you can recover.
Perhaps you're not really sure if you have a Xanax addiction. Some of the key characteristics of someone with this addiction include mood and behaviors such as:
If you can relate to any of these characteristics, you do have an addiction to Xanax. Going to a Xanax rehab in Idaho will allow you to understand more about how dangerous this drug really is so that you can recover.
As with most drugs, withdrawal from Xanax can be very dangerous if it's done on your own. Unfortunately, many people choose this option, which results in weeks or even months of painful, harmful and unnecessary side effects. Some of the more common withdrawal symptoms include feeling nervous all the time, having trouble sleeping at night, blurred vision, feelings of anxiety, aggressive behavior, suicidal thoughts or even death due to health complications or suicide.
Most likely, a drug detox program will be recommended to you prior to starting Xanax rehab. Drug detox allows your body to cleanse itself of Xanax and its effects. Some people choose medical drug detox, but there are holistic Xanax detox options available too.
Because Xanax is one of the most dangerous drugs on the market with regard to withdrawal symptoms, it's best if you choose a Xanax rehab in Boise, Idaho that can help you overcome your addiction. Whether you're currently using Xanax, Xanax XR, or Niravam, professional support during this time in your life is critical to your success.
Here at Ashwood Recovery, we want you to know that we have helped many people overcome their Xanax addictions through our outpatient drug treatment program. We can do the same for you. Please contact us.