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Women and men experience many aspects of life differently from each other. They have different life pressures, different roles in society and their households, and different ways of thinking. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has even reported that men and women experience addiction and recovery differently.
According to NIDA, men and women treated using the exact same methods have different outcomes. They also require differing styles of intervention and gain better outcomes from gender-specific methods of prevention.
Xanax can be effective for short-term relief of anxiety, insomnia and other disorders for which it is prescribed. However, this drug used long term is highly addictive. Xanax is the brand name for alprazolam, a prescription medication in a category of drugs known as benzodiazepines. Addiction often starts from prescribed use, although Xanax is also used recreationally by drug abusers for whom the drug has not been prescribed.
According to the US National Library of Medicine, addiction, tolerance and dependence can begin when Xanax is taken long-term. There are some indicators that you or someone you love may be abusing Xanax, including:
Xanax abuse can cause a multitude of mental and social problems, such as:
If you or a woman you love are exhibiting some of the signs and symptoms of Xanax abuse, it’s time for a specialized Xanax rehab for women. A specialized program in Jacksonville can provide safety, security and comfort within a nurturing environment for overcoming Xanax addiction. There, patients are able to understand and explore the underlying causes of their addiction to Xanax within an all-female setting.
Housing and therapy at Xanax rehab for women is entirely female-oriented. In this environment, women who are working to overcome their addiction to Xanax can do so while gaining emotional and spiritual strength from other women.
In Xanax rehab for women, addicts are able to learn from each other’s experiences. This occurs one-on-one, in group counseling and as part of peer recovery. Because these private programs are only for females, very private issues can be addressed while participants feel safe, secure and supported. Some of those issues include trauma, grief, body image and sexual abuse, among others. Among the entirely female group, mutual understanding and empathy are easily afforded.
Benefits of Xanax rehab for women include:
Female or male, entering treatment is never easy. But for women, home and work pressures can lead to immense guilt or sense of obligation that often prevents them from seeking help. Often, women fear health insurance rejection of specialized treatment, although this is seldom the case. If you or a loved one need Xanax rehab, getting treatment is the one pathway that can lead to healthy, happy and lifelong recovery.
Xanax addiction can be difficult to overcome. This requires professional treatment. For women, this treatment is best provided within a private, specialized, female-only Xanax rehab where they can focus on the therapeutic healing they need. Fortunately, most major health insurance plans are accepted for these programs at Beaches Recovery in Jacksonville.
Take the most important step for yourself or the woman in your life. Call Beaches Recovery today at 8666050532 and begin your journey to a better life.