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Signs of Xanax Addiction

Multiple signs indicate an increased dependency on Xanax. Some of these could be both physical and psychological.

  • Violent behavior
  • Fatigue
  • Memory loss
  • Anxiety
  • Light headedness
  • Insomnia
  • Shortness of breath

Xanax abuse typically leads to strained relations at work and home, withdrawal from society, and sudden weight loss. Most people have concentration problems and lack of confidence after prolonged use. If you see these signs in a friend or a family member, you should make sure they are not abusing Xanax.

Elyria Substance Abuse Programs are Here When You Are Ready!

If you have tried several different recovery centers and none of them seemed to have any effect on you, Elyria drug addiction programs are available. Instead of treating you like a child and giving you limitations and restrictions, we help you overcome your addiction by providing you with the tools that you need to overcome this addiction on your own. We are not here to judge you or make you feel bad or ashamed of yourself. Addiction help is here when you are ready to take the necessary steps to get your life on track and achieve great things.

There is no greater pain than wanting to be able to control your addiction and stop when you want to. To help you get on the right track again, you need a recovery center that is dedicated and devoted to helping you set goals for yourself and achieve great levels of success. Substance abuse is serious and it has fatal results, but the good news is that this does not have to be you. You do not have to become another statistic. Elyria substance abuse programs help you regain control of your life and kick your addiction to the curb.

Nerve Damage With Opiate Use

Nerve damage in the brain can happen with prolonged opiate usage. These nerves are responsible for producing the bodys natural pain killers. As a result the body stops responding to any kind of pain experienced and hence the user becomes dependent on an external source of pain reliever which is opiates. Naturally this then results in opiate addiction.

If you or someone you love is in need of substance abuse help, call our free 24-hour helpline now at ((216) 239-1005). Our professional counselors are ready to take your confidential call, answer your questions and match you with the treatment program that is right for you.