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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.
’ I knew, but didn’t fully realize, I wouldn’t have a memory of that night.” Like many people in her circumstance, this user was unaware of the danger surrounding the drug.
The idea of addiction, withdrawal or even overdose never crossed her mind.
“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.
“Instead I woke up in the middle of the night and had no idea what I had been doing for the past five hours.
A lot of people are known to just fall over.” The drunken feeling associated with Xanax is unlike actual alcohol intoxication in that it wears off rapidly and impairs memory as well.
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.
“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.