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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

How Do I Know If My Loved One Has Really Changed After Rehab?

The National Institute on Drug Abuse classifies addiction to drugs like Xanax as a chronic brain disease. In a publication on addiction science, they note that relapse rates for addiction are similar to those for...

How Do I Give Up Smoking in Recovery?

Smoking is very common among people who are addicted to alcohol and drugs like Xanax. Sometimes people who are addressing drug or alcohol use do not feel ready to quit their use of cigarettes as well. There are...

Does Insurance Cover Addiction to Any Prescription Drug?

Health insurance coverage for addiction treatment has improved over the years. Recent improvements include parity laws, which...

4 Things to Know Before Calling Your Insurance Provider About Addiction Treatment

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) are two critical pieces of...

Why Does a Crackdown on One Drug Lead to a Rise in Another?

Drug abuse and addiction are pervasive societal problems with multiple contributing factors. In addition to medical and...

Is It Worth Paying Out-of-Pocket Costs for Rehab?

Research studies often determine more effective ways to treat addiction. While the latest research offers treatments that produce...

How to Deal With Unavoidable Conflicts While Staying Sober

Relationships are an important part of life and can add to the fulfillment of addiction recovery. Few relationships are without...

How DBT Reshapes Your Thinking Patterns

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT).  Cognitive Behavioral Therapies help patients...

Finding Personal Role Models in Recovery

In its simplest definition a role model is someone to look as an example of behavior either good or bad. For example children...

Doctor or Dealer: Where Do Most Drugs Come From?

When it comes to prescription drug abuse like to Xanax, most people don’t rely on a dealer. The drugs are too often easily...

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