Xanax Addiction Treatment

Get Evidence Based Support for Xanax Dependence at Ingrained

Did you know that 5.3 million people report misusing Xanax each year? If you or a loved one have crossed the line from taking your prescription as directed by your doctor into misuse, or acquiring Xanax from illicit sources, pursuing treatment options for substance abuse can offer relief and healing.

At Ingrained Recovery, our Xanax addiction treatment program is robust, covering all aspects of a successful recovery.

Ingrained will help you through the challenging early days of your withdrawal symptoms and make you more comfortable. However, we also dig deep beneath the surface to find out why you turn to drugs from the very beginning.

Keep reading, and remember you can contact our enrollment team any time to learn more about our programs!

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Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms

The Importance of Detox to Cope with Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms

The first place you will likely want to start is a supervised detox. Throughout this process, you will have access to medical attention around the clock. Ingrained Recovery offers a safe space for your body to adjust to your new life without prescription drugs.

As you go through some of the harder withdrawal symptoms, you will be glad to have access to our professional help.

Symptoms can sometimes be severe and lead to health concerns that you don’t want to manage on your own at home. Some of the most common Xanax withdrawal symptoms you may experience can include:

  • Increased anxiety and panic attacks
  • Tremors and muscle spasms
  • Insomnia and other sleep disturbances
  • Reduced appetite
  • Sensitivity to sensory input (light, sound, etc.)
  • Psychosis
  • Dissociation
  • Seizures
  • Cravings for more Xanax

These symptoms can surface relatively quickly upon discontinuing Xanax. Many people experience the first symptoms around 24 hours after their last dose. Others may have enough built up in their system to postpone early symptoms for a few days. It could last for weeks, which is why it is so crucial to get into a medically supervised detox program like that offered at Ingrained.

Staying Comfortable in Medical Detox

Not only can we supervise you for more extreme symptoms, but we can also make you comfortable in comparison to what you would experience on your own at home. One of the ways we can do this is via gradual tapering. If you have been using Xanax for a prolonged period, we may need to ease you down on your substance use slowly.

We can also prescribe medications that allow you to rest more comfortably in our facility. For example, we may be able to prescribe you something for sleep, nausea pills to improve appetite, and new anxiety medications that come with a lower risk of addiction.

All of this is in addition to 24/7 access to our licensed counselors. We can talk you through the first days of your sobriety and help you process the difficult physical and emotional side effects of substance use disorder. Get the comprehensive help you need to tackle a sober living journey without Xanax.

Moving from Detox to Inpatient Treatment for Xanax

For the most part, people stay in our detox center until the worst of their withdrawal symptoms have subsided. However, that’s not to say that you will be completely free from the negative consequences of routine drug use just because you made it through detox. You may want to move into our inpatient treatment options for your Xanax addiction.

Staying in our luxury facility enables you to rest easy knowing that your sobriety isn’t in jeopardy. There will be no access to prescriptions other than those your doctor prescribed to treat dual diagnoses such as panic disorders.

It allows you to put some space between you and your drug use, allowing you to prioritize your mental health during rehab. Xanax addiction treatment can last for thirty to ninety days, laying the framework for you to transition successfully back to your everyday life after treatment.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Options

Many people start their Xanax addiction because they were prescribed the drug by a doctor for anxiety and panic disorders. This is a very valid method to treat these conditions. That being said, there is often a great deal of overlap between mental health concerns and substance misuse.

Allow our medical team to get to the bottom of the reason why you choose to turn to Xanax to cope. If you have an anxiety disorder, depression, or any other underlying cause for your addiction, we can help pinpoint it and treat it appropriately.

Ingrained specializes in dual diagnosis and can offer medication-assisted therapy to treat anxiety and other conditions. With the root cause of your substance use figured out, we can start to process your concerns holistically with individual therapy, group therapy, and even family therapy to maximize your progress.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Our Evidence-Based Treatments for Xanax Addiction

When it comes to Xanax addiction treatment options, you want to ensure that your providers are giving you the best chance at long-term recovery. Ingrained offers a wide variety of treatments that we can implement with individuals struggling to manage substance use disorder.

For example, we may use the framework of cognitive or dialectical behavior therapy.

We may also implement some types of trauma-informed care for post-traumatic stress disorder such as EMDR therapy. No matter what drives you to substance abuse, we have experienced clinicians who can help you sort it out.

Of course, we also believe in treating the whole person by tending to their mind, body, and soul. Our program also has holistic therapies including equine-assisted therapy on our 50-acre property. Your treatment options are virtually unlimited with our upscale facility.

Comprehensive Behavioral Healthcare at Every Level

Some people need help to treat anxiety on an individual basis and we provide that with individual and one-on-one access to experienced private practice therapists. However, we also believe that there is power in the community, so we also offer a robust group therapy program.

In group therapy, you can learn skills that will allow you to transition back to your life before treatment for a Xanax addiction. Plus, you gain the insights and advice of other people who are facing the same struggles that you are. You never know what you might learn simply by opening yourself up to a group.

We also offer family therapy because we know that there might be personal or family history that can contribute to substance use. Getting to the bottom of your relationships and making them healthier is often a great first step before you transition out of residential care.

With all that in mind, we don’t simply dismiss you from our facility to go back to your life. We prefer to transition clients to outpatient treatment for Xanax addiction.

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Outpatient Treatment Session

Outpatient Treatment to Transition to Everyday Life

Once you graduate from a medically supervised detox program and a residential stay with us, it’s time to turn your attention back to your real life. Our treatment center can give you the tools you need to cope with substance use disorders, but now it’s time to put them into practice.

Intensive outpatient treatment and partial hospitalization are both excellent options in treatment for Xanax addiction. This type of substance abuse treatment allows you to receive many of the same types of therapies you received during inpatient treatment, but you return home to your family and your own bed each night.

Once the life-threatening withdrawal symptoms have passed, you can safely transition out of spending so much time at our treatment center. We can work with you on relapse prevention and continue to set you up for success with behavioral therapies.

An aftercare plan is essential to long periods of sobriety and you want to ensure you have a supportive environment waiting when you’re tempted. You can always fall back on us to get you through a tough time once you have a greater degree of freedom at home.

How Much Does Xanax Addiction Treatment Cost?

Often, cost is the one thing that deters people from receiving the help they need for Xanax abuse. They may experience physical dependence but believe that residential treatment is outside of what they will consider affordable.

Ingrained Recovery aims to make our services as affordable as possible while still providing the very best standard of care. We work with your insurance company to advocate for your needs and get you the maximum benefit from your insurance plan. You can access our behavioral therapies with existing insurance plans due to the Affordable Care Act.

As an in-network provider, we can often drastically reduce the overall cost of your care. In some cases, we can even eliminate the cost of your treatment. Whether you’re interested in inpatient or outpatient programs, our healthcare professionals know how to navigate the complex world of insurance billing.

We may also be able to offer sliding fee scales or payment plans to make your care more affordable. The cost of your treatment should never be the thing that holds you back from seeking help.

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Allow Ingrained to Help You with Xanax Abuse Today

When you find that you are physically dependent on Xanax to make it through your day, it may be time to treat substance misuse with Ingrained Recovery. We will help you take the first steps in a recovery process while uncovering other behavioral health conditions or a mental illness that could influence your treatment.

If you want to learn more about our upscale facility in Georgia, reach out to our enrollment team today. We can connect you with someone who can verify your insurance benefits and help you get coverage for your Xanax treatment. All it takes is a quick and confidential phone call to get the ball rolling!


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