Xanax Treatment Services
sOUTHERn cALIFORNIA sUNRISE
xanax Addiction Treatment
Xanax belongs to a class of prescription sedatives called benzodiazepines (often called benzos). These drugs can be useful for their calming effects, but they are also highly addictive. In addition to Xanax, other common forms of benzodiazepines are Valium, Klonopin, Ativan, and Tranxene. These prescription tranquilizers, or sedatives, are prescribed for a host of conditions, like anxiety disorder or panic disorder. In some cases, they can also be used to treat Insomnia, Seizures and Alcohol Abuse Disorder.
Many people have a legitimate medical need for Xanax, but because of its addictive quality, even people who take benzos as prescribed by a doctor can develop a sedative use disorder and become mentally and physically dependent on the drug. By building up a tolerance to the drug, users will need more and more of it to get the high that they are used to. When a person does not get an adequate dose, because they can’t get enough of the drug or are trying to cut down, they will experience withdrawal. Withdrawal from benzodiazepines is considered to be particularly dangerous, it can cause seizures and can be fatal.
A Medication-Assisted Detox will help the Xanax user get over the harsh withdrawal symptoms of Benzodiazepine addiction. Holistic mind and body treatments will help a person repair the damage that Xanax has caused by the abuse. In Group Counseling sessions patients learn from the experiences of other people in recovery and learn skills to deal with the issues that they may encounter. Individual therapy sessions will help the addict get to the root of their addiction. They will explore what feelings or shortcomings they were attempting to medicate through drug use.
Our Mission Viejo Xanax Rehab
Addictions creep up on a person gradually. They influence an addicts behavior on a subconscious level. Once an addiction has taken hold, the desire to seek out and consume increasingly high quantities of benzodiazepines comes from a place deep in an addict’s brain where survival instincts are stored. For many Xanax addicts the attempt to get sober from these drugs causes them existential panic. Their brains know that withdrawal will cause them extreme pain. But even in this state an addict can be reached.
Our medically assisted detox program can help a person safely recover from the withdrawal symptoms of a Xanax addiction. And our inpatient Xanax addiction treatment program allows addicts to step away from the stresses of work, school, or toxic relationships. The immersive nature of inpatient rehab allows our patients to reexamine their choices outside the context of their daily routine.
Our inpatient program offers behavioral therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). These therapies encourage patients to change the way that they react to environmental stressors, thereby changing the way that they relate to the world.
Southern California Recovery Center employs holistic treatment methods. Having a strong body and a peaceful mind will empowers individuals in recovery to handle stress in a calm, introspective manner. They will learn to control their cravings, to regulate their emotions and rise above their destructive, old habits to live a healthy, happy life.