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What Are the Symptoms of Xanax Withdrawal?

Xanax is a common tranquilizer drug, usually prescribed in the treatment of anxiety disorders. However, like with many prescription medications, the body may quickly develop a tolerance to it, leading to misuse and addiction. Quitting on one’s own isn’t safe, as it can heighten one’s anxiety and physical discomfort and in certain cases, may even…

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What Are the Most Effective Addiction Therapies

What Are the Most Effective Addiction Therapies?

For a full recovery from addiction, a combination of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and evidence-based therapies (EBT) is best. While the medications help hasten the detox process, addiction therapy programs can treat any underlying issues and co-occurring disorders, guiding the client to health, wellness, and sobriety. Are you or a loved one struggling with addiction? If…

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Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation

You might not think of outpatient care when you think of addiction treatment, but outpatient rehabs can be a great way to continue treatment therapy long after inpatient (or residential) treatment is finished. Outpatient rehabs can also be a good option for individuals with busy lifestyles like working professionals, parents, and students. Learn more about outpatient rehabs here…

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Co-Occurring Disorders

Co-occurring disorders refer to having both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder at the same time. Mental health can be a common underlying cause for substance abuse and vice versa. For this reason, co-occurring disorders are very common. To effectively treat occurring disorders requires a dual-diagnosis facility – meaning they treat each disorder separately but at the same time.

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