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“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.“Within 10 or 15 minutes you’re soaring into the euphoric high, or low for some. If you’re talking to them or observing them, they look drunk — they’re slurring words, their eyes are closed and their head is drooping. They just slow way down Sometimes, they’ll even fall asleep.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.The addiction is not only hard on the body, but also hard on any relationship.“Having a close family member on Xanax is like trying to talk to someone who is on autopilot all of the time,” senior Charlotte Potter* said. They don’t remember important conversations, and you start to miss them.

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“It totally blanks out your memory, so I can’t recall a thing.

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.

“Instead I woke up in the middle of the night and had no idea what I had been doing for the past five hours.

The next morning my friends told me they didn’t know where I was all night and neither did I.” Lately, however, Xanax is not only making its way into the hands of students on the weekend, but it’s also coming with them to school.

“It totally blanks out your memory, so I can’t recall a thing.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.“Instead I woke up in the middle of the night and had no idea what I had been doing for the past five hours.The next morning my friends told me they didn’t know where I was all night and neither did I.” Lately, however, Xanax is not only making its way into the hands of students on the weekend, but it’s also coming with them to school.What sets Xanax apart from all the other miscellaneous drugs in the medicine cabinet, though, is its ability to make the user black out, the high chance of addiction and the fact that withdrawal from Xanax is potentially deadly.