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Detox and Withdrawal of Xanax

Detox and Withdrawal of Xanax

What Does Detox and Withdrawal of Xanax Entail? 

People who abuse Xanax typically require professional help in order to safely and fully recover. Withdrawal from Xanax generally occurs in those who have developed a tolerance for the drug causing their body to react in a mild or severe manner when use of Xanax has been abruptly reduced or stopped. It is important for people to gradually taper off of the drug, otherwise there is a highs susceptibility for experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms. For individuals who are prescribed Xanax, consult with your physician so that your dosage can be reduced and tapered slowly If you use the drug recreationally, you should seek the care of a medical professional to assist and monitor you in abstaining from the drug.  Due to the withdrawal from Xanax posing such a high danger, abruptly discontinuing the drug is not recommended. Withdrawal symptoms from Xanax generally onset within hours of the drug’s effects wearing off and will increase over time until they peak. Withdrawal symptoms associated with Xanax abuse generally peak after a few days of their onset and will linger then slowly dissipate. Symptoms can last anywhere from a week to several weeks.

Common Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms

Knowing the effects of Xanax can help stave off abuse and subsequent addiction, as withdrawal and permanent damage is entirely avoidable by addressing abuse early on and avoiding the addiction all together. Some of the common symptoms of withdrawal associated with Xanax abuse includes:

  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue and tiredness
  • Headache
  • Nausea and vomitingCommon Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms
  • Sweating
  • Diarrhea
  • weight loss
  • Decreased appetite
  • Impaired coordination
  • Irritability
  • Blurred vision
  • Muscle tension
  • Panic Attacks
  • Decreased salivation
  • Weakness
  • Impaired memory
  • Confusion
  • Hand tremors
  • Depression

 

What You Need to Know About Xanax Detox

What You Need to Know About Xanax Detox

Always keep in mind that withdrawal from Xanax is a process which should be done under medical supervision. Detox should always be the first step of treatment for those overcoming a Xanax use problem. By seeking our detox services at Harbor Village, you can be assured that you will be provided with a safe and effective medical detox treatment. The effects of Xanax take a toll on both your physical well being and psychological, and may cause permanent damage without Xanax addiction treatment. The looming dangers of overdose and toxicity from Xanax is a critical aspect of substance use disorders which mist be addressed immediately, as to avoid a potentially fatal incident.

Many people think professional help is only needed in the later stages of Xanax addiction, but the faster one gets treatment for Xanax abuse, the less damage the substance is likely to do.

 

We understand the discomfort and pain that the withdrawal process can bring, therefore we go above and beyond to ensure you experience a virtually painless withdrawal process. Once your detox treatment is over we will help guide you into transitioning into your next phase of treatment to ensure you achieve a complete and successful recovery. To assure you get the best detox treatment during your withdrawal process, call Harbor Village today!

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