End Your Xanax Addiction Now and Live a Healthy Life

Substance abuse of prescription medicine is on the increase in the United States. While benzodiazepines, such as Xanax, have been on the market since the 1960s, the frequency of abuse of Xanax and medicines like it has been on the rise over the past decade.

prescription-pill-addictionXanax belongs to a family of medications that depresses the central nervous system.  For people who have panic disorders or other anxiety issues, the drug can be a very successful treatment.  When a person has a Xanax addiction, they do not take the medication as prescribed; instead they take larger than normal dosages to achieve a feeling of being high.  Abusing Xanax can result in a number of issues including:

  • Xanax addiction
  • Slowed breathing
  • Reduced heart rate
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Death

Despite the negative side effects of misusing Xanax, it can be extremely difficult to stop taking the drug without assistance.  Inpatient rehab is the most successful way to treat a Xanax addiction.

Summit Estate Recovery Center has been extremely successful treating Xanax addiction in our clients.  We are located on 23 acres of lush gardens, orchards and laws in northern California, which provides the perfect setting for relaxation and recovery.  We have a holistic approach to recovery, taking care to provide the support necessary for clean living in all aspects of life, mind, body and soul.   Our industry leading staff to client ratio allows us to focus on addressing each of our clients specific needs and to tailor their recovery in a program that is uniquely their own.  Daily treatment includes:

  • Meditation
  • Individual therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Individual counseling
  • Yoga studio with instruction as therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Offsite and onsite group meetings
  • Weekly outings
  • Gourmet, freshly prepared meals

Our program has allowed many clients to receive the one on one care and individualized treatment they need to recovery from their Xanax addiction.  Inpatient recovery begins with an individualized detoxification protocol then seeks to identify each client’s specific goals and objectives.  Once we understand more about each client as individual, we then build a treatment plan to address every concern.

To get started on your journey to sobriety and clean living, contact us today.  We may be reached by phone at 800-701-6997 or complete the form on this site and we will reach out to you.