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Tarzana Treatment Centers offers specialized drug treatment programs to address the various aspects of Xanax addiction and recovery, including drug detox. If you already know that you or a loved one needs help, please call us for drug treatment at 888-777-8565 or contact us by email here. If you need more information, read below.

Xanax Treatment

Xanax withdrawal symptoms are severe and include seizures. Other withdrawal symptoms include dysphoria, emotional bereavement, and panic attacks and anxiety that results in bodily shakes and rapid heart rates. Mild withdrawals begin early in the addiction process, and increase with higher doses and more frequent use. Because of the health risks, medical detoxification is required when deciding to seek drug addiction treatment.

Medical Detoxification for Xanax

Medical detoxification is the process of systematically withdrawing a patient from addicting drugs under medical supervision. Tarzana Treatment Centers begins the drug detox process with a medical assessment to determine a starting point and dosing schedule for patients. Medical staff monitors each patient for the duration of drug treatment to ensure safety.

Addiction counselors are staffed on the drug detox units to address the extreme emotional swings that result from Xanax withdrawals. Xanax is good for calming feelings of anxiety, but those feelings are never processed. So those emotions rise to the surface painfully even in a medical drug detox setting. Addiction counselors lead patients to the core issues that result in these feelings so they can begin to process them together. This process helps to relieve fears that tempt a patient to return to using Xanax.


Aftercare in the form of outpatient or residential drug treatment is strongly recommended to ensure long-term recovery. It takes time to process emotions and to heal the family bonds that may have been broken in addiction. Of course, residential drug treatment is most effective, but the outpatient drug treatment setting works for many patients.

Xanax Outpatient Drug Treatment

Intensive outpatient drug treatment offers patients the ability to tend to responsibilities in their lives while attending several process groups each week. Each patient enrolled in Tarzana Treatment Centers’ outpatient drug treatment program has a primary counselor who monitors progress. For an addict in recovery, this is like a pair of eyes looking over the shoulder and fending off temptation.

Xanax Residential Drug Treatment

Residential drug treatment offers 24 hour supervision for Xanax addicts. Due to the emotional issues inherent with Xanax addiction, residential drug addiction treatment should be seriously considered. If a patient awakens at 3 am overwhelmed with painful feelings, help is only a few feet away with a counselor. Residential drug treatment patients also have the benefit of daily process groups and constant contact with peers, allowing them to process feelings as they arise.

Tarzana Treatment Centers offers specialized drug treatment programs to address the various aspects of Xanax addiction and recovery, including drug detox. Please call us for drug treatment at 888-777-8565 or contact us by email here.

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