Xanax is a benzodiazepine that is proven by many as effective drug to treat anxiety, acute stress reactions, and panic disorders. Benzodiazepine is considered as a CNS depressant that slow normal brain function. A person who is under the medication can feel calm and peaceful. The reason for this is that it increases the gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) activity in the brain. GABA is a major inhibitory brain chemical that acts like a brake pedal for anxiety and other unpleasant feelings.
However, the drug is so addictive and it is one of the most difficult drugs to detox from. The drug, when taken, enters and leaves the body extremely fast. This makes a person tends to take more of the drug. Eventually, a person needs to increase the dosage to get similar results. This will lead to addiction of the drug.
Everyone is different when it comes to Xanax addiction. There are many factors to consider in treating such problems such as weight, age, sex, and amount of the drug taken. These factors are important in deciding on a detox protocol for a patient.
The best way to break the addiction of the drug is by tapering down the dosage which can take several months. The amount of reduced dosage will depend on the length of addiction. The longer dependencies, the slower reduction. By choosing to detox under trained medical supervision, you can ensure that the detox process will be completed as effectively as possible and your brain will properly adjust to the changing dose and being producing additional GABA
Successful recovery requires a physician who knows how to detox from Xanax. The physician can help avoid medical complications. Our facility provides professional detox from xanax in a effective and professional manner.
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