Benzodiazepine Detox

Addiction to Benzodiazepine is a disease that affects many. Benzodiazepines are a class of drug that encompasses prescription drugs known as tranquilizers. Addiction to any drugs affiliated with benzodiazepines requires detoxification treatment to recover. If your life is being affected by addiction to these drugs and you want to get help, there are treatment facilities readily available to assist you in starting the recovery process.

Why Medically Monitored Benzodiazepine Detox Is Important

Patients addicted to these drugs should not discontinue use on their own. When an addict stops taking them the body goes into withdrawal within 2-7 hours after the last dose was taken. Withdrawal symptoms can include seizure, dizziness, confusion, nausea, blackouts, memory loss, tremors, impaired vision/speech, and loss of motor skills. Due to the dangers of these withdrawals, we highly recommend that individuals choose to go to a detox facility that provides 24-hour medical supervision to make the detoxification process as safe as possible.

Detox Versus Rehab

Many people are under the impression that detox and rehab is the same thing. However, detox is only the first step in the recovery process. Rehabilitation comes after detox to prepare previous addicts to continue life without the use of drugs.

Help Finding A Treatment Facility

At we have specialist devoted to finding the treatment facility that meets all of your individual needs. All we need is some basic information about your addiction as well as the preferences you have about your future drug rehab facility. Call our free and confidential 24-hour hotline to speak with us about getting your life back on track.
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