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What is Xanax?

Xanax (also known as Z-bars, blue footballs, school bus, handlebars, zannies) is a benzodiazepines and contains alprazolam (which is the generic name for Xanax) and is used to treat patients with panic and anxiety symptoms that are associated with panic disorder as well as moderate to severe stress.

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Inpatient rehab and treatment is an excellent way to treat a Xanax addiction, Traveling for Xanax addiction treatment can help increase the rate of longterm sobriety. Integrated treatment addresses the Xanax addiction as well as any accompanying mental illnesses. Most insurance is accepted for treating a Xanax addiction. The cost of Xanax addiction treatment can vary depending on insurance coverage, type of facility, and length of stay.

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Important Things to Consider

An Overview of Addiction Treatment Credentials and What They Mean

When you start looking for treatment, you will likely see that many therapists have different credential abbreviations following their name. You may wonder if those qualifications are relevant in your treatment....

Why You Should Be Involved in Your Rehab’s Alumni Program

Many rehabilitation programs have alumni programs that are a great way to help you in your recovery. The relationships established and maintained in rehab alumni groups can be an important foundation of your...

Why Addiction Doesn’t Care What Drug Is Used

No matter what substance you are addicted to, be it Xanax, opiates, inhalants, alcohol, depressants or something else, the...

What to Do When You Are Feeling Overwhelmed

It is completely normal to feel overwhelmed at times in your recovery. Whether you just recently became sober or have been sober...

Reviewing CBT

Whether or not you know it by the official term, you likely know something about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This form of...

How Unsupportive Friends Can Cause Relapse

When you are in recovery from addiction to drugs like Xanax, having a healthy support network can in many cases be vital to your...

A Snapshot of Rehab

Most of us think rehab looks a lot like what is shown on movies or television. You may even see a celebrity being interviewed,...

4 Things to Know Before Shopping for Rehab

It can feel a bit overwhelming when looking into treatment options for addiction. There are a lot of options out there. If you...

3 Decades of Legislation and the Changing Views on Mental Health

Mental health has come a very long way in a relatively short amount of time. Views on mental health and addiction to drugs like...

What is Primary Codependence?

Codependence is a word with many modern connotations, but it originated within the context of alcoholic treatment in the 1970s....

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