Types of Xanax Abuse Treatment in Center

The Center for Combating Xanax Abuse is a state of the art facility located in San Antonio Texas. We specialize in providing a path to recovery for patients struggling with alprazolam and Benzodiazepine addictions.

It is our goal to provide every patient with the resources that they need to get where they want to be. We know that the road to recovery is a very personal journey, and so we’ve created a system that allows for a unique combination of resources to help.

Because Xanax is such a powerful drug, it is suggested that patients stay in our facility for treatment. Our medical team will be there twenty-four hours a day to help you detox in a healthy way.

The withdrawal from Xanax can be severe, and it is not suggested that a user attempt it on their own. Symptoms of benzodiazepine withdrawal include heavy sweating, shaking, stiff muscles, and nausea.

Depending on the patient, there may also be weight gain or loss, or heart complications. Patients who are pregnant may require special care. Psychological symptoms of withdrawal are not uncommon.

These may include trouble sleeping, paranoia, depression, tension, and panic attacks. In the controlled environment of the Center for Combating Xanax Abuse, these symptoms are easily managed. Surrounding by a caring team of experts, you will be safe to begin the process of detox.

We begin with psychological, social, and physical analysis. Addiction and abuse can affect each one of these things profoundly. Here at the Center, we’re focused on healing the whole person. Each aspect gets the full attention of a group of passionate specialists who are focused on getting you
better. Our treatment plans include continuous support and attention.

The Center for Combating Xanax abuse also offers extensive Outpatient Rehab. If you cannot attend inpatient treatment (recommended), we have an intensive program geared towards achieving wellness on your own time. As a part of this service, we work to detox, treat, and understand your
addiction.

We don’t stop there. After initial treatment, we have a very supportive aftercare program in place. One part of physical healing and one part counseling, this program aims to help you get back to your normal life. We understand that the process of addiction and rehabilitation has been complicated for you and your loved ones, and we’re here to help.

Our expert counseling team will help you to understand the source of your addiction. Further, we will help you explore how you can lead your life in a different direction. As a part of the healing process, you will also be taught to avoid and deal with triggers and urges which might lead to relapse.

Another key component of our aftercare system is preventing relapse. Recovering from addiction is difficult, and it can be easy to return to old ways. Instead, we offer a system that makes it easy to stick to the
recovery path and become the person you want to be.

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