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Putting Recovery On The Map

04-28-17 | By

Sober in the Summer: A Guide

Prior to getting sober, I couldn’t imagine spending a Chicago summer without drugs and alcohol. Summer in Chicago is sweet solace after months of dodging ice falling from skyscrapers, wearing two layers of thermal leggings under your pants, and contemplating moving to the West Coast every other day. All of my summers here have revolved … Continued


01-16-14 | By

The Dangers of Xanax Withdrawal

The Dangers of Xanax Withdrawal

When many people think about addiction issues, they often think of alcohol or street drugs. Prescription medications are becoming more and more prone for abuse, however, and Xanax poses a problem for many users. If you or someone you care about is suffering from a Xanax addiction, you probably know how important it is to … Continued


05-24-13 | By

Xanax Addiction – Right or Wrong for Your Anxiety?

Xanax-anxiety

Xanax is a benzodiazepine that’s prescribed to treat anxiety disorders. During an episode of panic or an anxiety attack, a person can take Xanax for fast relief of their symptoms. Xanax acts as a tranquilizer, and it calms a person’s mind and body. For people who suffer from anxiety that significantly interferes with their lives, … Continued


02-02-13 | By

How to Quit Xanax & What You Should Know

When it comes to abuse of prescription medications, Xanax is a drug that’s particularly dangerous to take too much of. It is  a short-acting central nervous system depressant prescribed for anxiety and panic disorders. Xanax is a type of benzodiazepine (benzo) drug and commonly abused for the feelings of well- being and calm it can provide. … Continued