It is never recommended that an addict attempt to go through detox alone. Even if family and friends have the best intentions of helping the individual, an improper detoxification process can lead to unnecessary pain, discomfort, and even death. Xanax withdrawal, especially, can result in insomnia, anxiety,depression, and potentially fatal seizures all of which should be treated at a pre-arranged facility. Following detox, the staff provides other rehab services including counseling and structured activities.
There is a fine line between Xanax abuse and addiction. It can never be too early in the process for someone to begin the path to sobriety. If you believe you or a loved one are abusing or are addicted to Xanax, please call us now to set up an individualized recovery plan. If you have noticed addictive behavior, it has likely been going on longer than you realize, and the damage may be more extensive than is clear at first glance. If you are concerned about loved one, they may have limited insight into their problem, so it is up to you to take the first step in getting them help. Call us at the number at the top of this page or visit the “contact us” page for more information on how to reach an eDrug Rehab specialist.
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