Addiction & Recovery Blog

Phenibut Withdrawal

When someone who abuses high doses of phenibut and tries to stop abruptly, they will experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop using it. People who stop using it and go into withdrawal, they will experience some uncomfortable symptoms, such as insomnia, severe anxiety, audio and visual hallucinations, psychosis, irritability and anger.

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Xanax and Alcohol

Looking to get help? If you are experiencing withdrawal symptoms from both the Xanax and Alcohol, it might be time to start seeking and reaching out for help. Here are some of the withdrawal symptoms that are common for both Xanax and Alcohol

Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms
Nausea & vomiting
Tremors
Loss of appetite
Sweating
Restlessness
Agitation and/or irritability
Anxiety
Headache
Seizures (in some cases)
Insomnia
Faster heart rate
Depression

Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms
Seizures (in some cases)
Anxiety/ Panic attacks
Difficulty concentrating
Nausea or Vomiting
Sweating
Irritability and /or agitation
Depression
Restlessness
Sleep disturbances or insomnia
Tremors or shakiness
Heart Palpitations
Disoriented or confusion
Headache

Although those withdrawal symptoms sound very uncomfortable, there’s treatment such as medical detoxification that helps assist and comfort some of those uncomfortable symptoms making it easier for you to get off the drug. Also, remember that these feelings are temporary and it will pass gives hope and motivation. If you go to a Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Facility- there will not only be the medical detox but individual therapy, group therapy, and learning new coping skills. Medically assisted detox is an effective method through the use of non-addictive medications that are used temporarily which ease the withdrawal symptoms.See below at some of the different treatment options we have here at Beginnings Treatment Center and give us a call so we can answer any of your questions and get started on your new journey to recovery. It’s possible!

If you or a loved one is ready to take the steps to get treatment for Alcohol and Xanax dependence, the team at Beginnings Treatment is here to help.

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How long does it take to recover from an overdose?

It’s 2022 and the drug “fentanyl” seems to be flooding the Nation. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is traditionally used to treat pain, especially in cancer patients and oftentimes helps within surgery. However, fentanyl is also being illicitly manufactured. Fentanyl is primarily manufactured in Mexico, it is then smuggled over and distributed all over the United States. It can also be found being sold on the illegal drug market. Fentanyl is an opioid just like Heroin and Morphine but is 50-100 times stronger.

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Why is Fentanyl So Dangerous?

It’s 2022 and the drug “fentanyl” seems to be flooding the Nation. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is traditionally used to treat pain, especially in cancer patients and oftentimes helps within surgery. However, fentanyl is also being illicitly manufactured. Fentanyl is primarily manufactured in Mexico, it is then smuggled over and distributed all over the United States. It can also be found being sold on the illegal drug market. Fentanyl is an opioid just like Heroin and Morphine but is 50-100 times stronger.

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Beginnings Treatment center is now In-Network with HMC

High-Quality Health Net In-Network Drug Addiction, Substance Abuse, and Dual-Diagnosis Treatment is Available at Beginnings Treatment Centers. We take Health Net HMO, EPO, and PPO Insurance Policies We are so proud that we can now accept Health Net insurance for all of our treatment programs. We accept clients in California and Arizona that

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How to Get Insurance to Pay for Drug Rehab

Most people approach addiction and rehab from the perspective of something shameful and possibly incriminating, Many go out of their way to hide it. Unfortunately, this often means those people don’t get the help they need. If you can admit you have a problem and want help, paying for rehab shouldn’t prevent your treatment.

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The Problem with Increased Alcohol Abuse During COVID 19

Testing for Alcohol Abuse during COVID 19 I’ve been treating alcohol addiction for 30 years. During that time, I’ve never seen a measurable increase in alcohol consumption affecting the general public. This increase in drinking, that started around March 2020 is unprecedented. Alcohol sales and consumption has skyrocketed during the COVID 19

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