Xanax, the brand name for the drug alprazolam is a powerful prescription medicine used to treat panic disorders, insomnia, and/or anxiety disorders. If it is used regularly over a long period of time it can become highly addictive. Learn more about Xanax addiction and Xanax addiction treatment center in McLean, VA below.

Understanding Xanax Addiction: Telltale Signs

Here are a few key signs to look out for when dealing with a Xanax addiction.

  • Have an intense urge to use Xanax that it’s hard for you to focus or concentrate on anything
  • Take it a lot longer than the intended prescription time
  • Try to stop and you still end up using it.
  • Taking the drug starts to interfere with your other life priorities, such as saving money, going out with friends.
  • You partake in risky and dangerous behaviors such as stealing or obtaining it illegally.
  • You spend most of your waking moments thinking about and you experience withdrawal symptoms when you aren’t using it.

Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms

Here are a few common symptoms:

  • Intense Cravings
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Exhaustion, and shakes and/or tremors
  • Muscle/joint pain and headaches
  • Tingling or numbness in arms/legs
  • Sweating or rashes, and seizures

Symptoms from withdrawal can vary depending on the amount you’ve taken and for how long. You would also have to consider your mental and physical health prior to starting on Xanax.

a doctor talking to a group about xanax addiction treatmentXanax Addiction Treatment at Sagebrush Treatment Center

If you’re currently struggling with a Xanax addiction, know that you aren’t alone and there is support available. Here at Sagebrush Treatment Center, we can offer personalized, holistic addiction treatments to help you beat your addiction.

We are a small and holistic addiction treatment center offering family therapy, engagement, and support for your Xanax addiction. We handle all aspects of your case from beginning to end.

Individualized, Holistic Approach

The most common approach to addiction treatment requires medical replacement therapy (MRT) to taper your dependence off of Xanax. However, that doesn’t tell the whole story.

We understand that everyone is different, so we offer an individualized approach to your treatment and rehabilitation plan. The holistic approach we take requires us to look at every single aspect of your mental, physical, and spiritual well being.

The combination of MRT and mental health therapy within a supportive environment is a powerful approach for you to not only get off of Xanax but to stay off.

We offer both residential treatment services for Xanax addiction and outpatient treatment services, depending on the severity of your addiction. They are both gender separated, like our men’s residential treatment center in Great Falls VA.

Residential and Outpatient Services

Residential services are private rooms, with some homes containing en suite bathrooms. We believe that a warm, inviting and welcoming atmosphere is absolutely imperative to recovery. We have multiple locations, including a Xanax addiction treatment center in Mclean VA.

Outpatient treatment with oversight gives you the opportunity to stay in the comfort of your own home, with access to physicians, counselors whenever they are needed. If you have support from friends or family, this approach may help you more.

Get the Help and Support You Need

Addiction can be a terrifying thing, but with the right support, you can recover from this. We’ll be sure to do everything in our power to help you succeed and become the best version of yourself. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you need help. To take the first step for Xanax addiction treatment, call us today at 866.488.1156.