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Ben Affleck walking next to a blue Acura. The car is labeled "Shauna's Car" who is apparently a playboy model.

5 Reasons NOT to Leave Treatment Early

Many of you may have heard the news that actor Ben Affleck decided to leave treatment after only 2 weeks. People and X17 reported the story and it appears he is hanging out with a Playboy model. On that note, here are 5 reasons not to leave treatment early. Your chance of relapsing skyrockets The point of detox and then treatment is to get you away from your drug of choice. When you are abstinent from your D.O.C., your mind and body have a chance to heal. The shorter the time you spend off drugs and alcohol, the greater the risk for relapse after leaving against medical advice. Look at it this way, you’re thinking about leaving after a week, how does that compare to the years you may have been using for. You’re not healed as soon as you are abstinent from drugs and alcohol. You need to do some work, away from drugs, to help you recovery. Less than 30 days is not enough time to do that.

Xanax Withdrawal & Symptoms of Addiction

Xanax is a brand name for the drug alprazolam, which is a sedative that primarily helps treat anxiety and panic disorders. There is a significant risk for misuse and addiction, which becomes more serious the longer one uses Xanax. The longer use goes on, there is potential for a more severe Xanax withdrawal.

Facts about Xanax

From the view of popular media, Xanax drug addiction seems fun! Rap/hip-hop artists glorify its effects and proudly reference it in their music. Commonly referred to as “bars” or “beans”, Xanax has become a staple in the party scene. Let’s get straight to it, here are some facts about Xanax.

Drug Alcohol Recovery Program

Entering a drug or alcohol addiction recovery program takes great courage and the decision to get help and work towards sobriety.