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Xanax Withdrawal & Detox

After only a few weeks of using Xanax, tho body will develop a dependence towards the drug. When a person tries to quit use of Xanax, they will experience withdrawal symptoms like shakiness, sweating, and depending on the length of use severe symptoms like seizure and stroke. It is always recommended to seek medical assistance before quitting Xanax use.

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Spending The Holidays Alone? Tips on How To Cope

Spending time alone can be tough in recovery; which is why this pandemic has not been kind to people in recovery. As the holiday season approaches and we are still in this pandemic, we must prepare for the uncomfortable truth that we might not be seeing loved-ones this year. Of course, this social interaction that is very much needed in recovery is no longer going to be there. Here are some ways we can help mitigate the potential for loneliness and sadness.

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In-Network (HMO) BCBS (FloridaBlue) Provider in Tampa, Florida

Coalition Recovery has added yet another insurance provider to our in-network list: Blue Cross Blue Shield. By becoming an in-network provider with Blue Cross Blue Shield, we have met their criteria for quality standards and as a result are able to offer evidence-based treatments at the most affordable rate available to individuals covered through Blue Cross Blue Shield.

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Treatment: Which One is Right For You?

The idea of rehab can be a difficult one. Having to admit you or a loved one has a problem can be challenging, uncomfortable, and confusing. To make things more difficult are the variety of levels of care provided by rehabilitation centers. So, in an effort to help you make the most informed decision, we will go over the differences between inpatient and outpatient treatment and which ones best suit your specific needs.

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5 Typical Rehab Misconceptions Debunked

While in excess of 20 million Americans are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, it’s approximated that just 11 percent end up receiving treatment for their drug use disorder. Many factors may affect an individual’s decision not to look for help, consisting of incorrect notions about the inpatient procedure itself. With that in mind, let’s take a look at five mistaken beliefs about rehab that hold individuals back.

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