Signs & Symptoms of Xanax Abuse

Signs and symptoms of addiction or abusing the prescription medication xanax.

Symptoms and Warning Signs of Xanax Abuse

Xanax is prescribed as pills and intended to be orally taken but users might also crush it, snort it, or inject in. Sometimes people do not realize they are addicted to it because their doctor prescribed it. However, if you notice unusual behavior, they can’t function with the drug, constantly needing it even when the prescription isn’t ready to be filled, or they are visiting multiple doctors for multiple prescriptions, also know as “doctor shopping.”

Doctor shopping is just one of the signs of Xanax addiction. They can range from short-term to long-term and physical and/or mental. These are some signs you or your loved one may be addicted to benzodiazepines.

Spotting Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms and Signs of Addiction

Are you suffering from xanax abuse symptoms?

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Short Term Symptoms

  • Insomnia, drowsiness, coma
  • Blurred vision, dizziness, lack of coordination
  • Anxiety, headaches, slurred speech
  • Weakness, difficulty breathing

Long Term Symptoms

  • Dizziness, fainting
  • Slowed breathing
  • Depression, aggressive, hostile
  • Hallucinations, confusion
  • Loss of bladder control
  • Muscle tremors

Inpatient detox can assist in a proper addiction treatment plan.

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If so, it’s time you start the admissions process with Recovery Ways. Recovery Ways operates a network of Xanax addiction rehab clinics that offers medically supervised detox, residential & PHP treatment, sober living and intensive outpatient services. Our JCAHO accredited, dual-diagnosis programs offer a highly personalized and unique addiction treatment experience. Our admission coordinators are available to help you or your loved one take the first steps towards a drug-free life.

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