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Xanax Treatment

Our goal is to help clients get and stay well.

Xanax is used to treat anxiety and panic disorders as well as clinical depression. It is a great resource to help calm nerves and reduce stress; however, studies show that reducing too much stress can actually cause negative effects on people. A healthy dose of stress is necessary for motivation; however, on the other hand, stress causes people to abuse other substances in order to reduce it.

Benzodiazepines, also known as benzos, are made up of similar chemicals as Xanax that cause people to become sluggish. Benzos work well for patients who need a muscle-relaxer; however, when they are withdrawn from the body, they cause muscle spasms, cramps, seizures, elevated blood pressure and increased heart rates. Though benzos have similar ingredients to Xanax, its withdrawal symptoms are much worse. Benzo users who do not want to experience withdrawal symptoms, sometime overuse the drug and cause even worse effects on their body, including heart attack, respiratory problems, coma and even death.

Recognizing the Signs of Xanax Use

Xanax may cause dizziness, the inability to concentrate, drowsiness, difficulty experiencing pleasure, a loss of interest in life, an increase in anxiety or depression, heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure.

Sprout Health Texas Treatments

Each of our treatment plans begins with a detoxification process and depending on the severity of your addiction, will either take place in a hospital setting or at our facility. We provide painkiller withdrawal methods which slowly reduces the amount of substances from the body.

After the detox process, we commence with a combination of our therapeutic modalities. The most effective therapy we offer is our Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This therapy teaches patients how to identify their problems and create solutions. It also helps them realize their addictive behaviors and find ways to change them.

Sprout Health Texas also offers experiential therapies, such as yoga, meditation and acupuncture that are useful for the natural way to combat anxiety disorders.

Our goal is to help clients get and stay well and we understand that offering a wide variety of treatments is the most effective way to provide the tools necessary for our patients to successfully recover and live a long life of sobriety.


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