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Substance Abuse Treatment

Springfield alcohol rehab programs have what it takes to help you get back on your feet.

At Springfield alcohol and drug rehab, we can assure you that you will only get the best there is in the market. Our personnel has the necessary training and not to forget competence. With years of delivering service to the public, we have vast experience in the field. Not only will our nurses, shrinks and therapists treat you as a patient but as well as a friend. We will offer you all the support you need to go through this hard process.

More to this, you do not have to worry about spending a fortune for treatment with us. We charge very fairly and also accept insurance covers. Even with the moderate prices, we emphasis on the quality of treatment we deliver to our customers. We believe that all that matters is the recovery that our patients need. As such, we put all our efforts in ensuring that we give only top notch Springfield drug addiction programs.

Anti Anxiety Medications and Sedatives

Anti-anxiety medications such as Xanax and Valium are the most commonly abused in Springfield whereas hypnotic drugs such as Ambien also fall into that bracket. Ambien is typically prescribed for sleep disorders or anxiety.

Symptoms associated with anti anxiety drug abuse include:

  • Confusion
  • Unsteady walk
  • Rapid movement of eyes
  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness

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.

What is Opiate Addiction?

Opiate addiction is caused by the consumption of opiate based drugs which include opium, Oxycodone, Oxycontin and Morphine.

While some people use these drugs for recreational purposes, others may get easily addicted to them and become physically dependent on the substance. Opiate addiction is a deadly disease in which the affected person suffers from a central nervous system breakdown.