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This over-prescribed drug is becoming a staple in parents’ medicine cabinets, making it much easier for teens to access.
Around school, however, it’s referred to as “bars,” “zanies” or “planks” and used to get a feeling similar to intoxication.
“It’s a fast-acting high and rapidly metabolized out of the body,” Broaddus said.
“The high disappears really fast, and [the users] want another one so they take it again. Sometimes they forget they took the first one, so they take another one; now they have ingested two even though they don’t feel high. Taking more and more in a short period of time can be lethal.” Mixing drugs with alcohol is dangerous in any case, but it is known to be especially dangerous with Xanax.
We didn’t have a relationship at all because he was always concerned with getting high.” Anxiety and a slight headache are early signs of withdrawal for an addicted user.These cases of denial not only hurt the addict, but also put a serious strain on their family dynamics.“Everyone besides [my brother] knew he had a problem,” junior Megan Jones* said.“There has been an increase in Xanax abuse [in school] lately,” Hubbell said.“If someone, a teacher or a student or anything, thinks a student isn’t acting like themselves, they’ll call for someone in administration who then gets the student and they do a medical evaluation.” Difficulty concentrating, depressed heartbeat and breathing, drowsiness and excessive sleep, mental confusion or memory loss — Xanax addiction luckily comes with many warning signs, making it easier to spot.