Doctor-approved, despite the risk of death.
Benzodiazepines: Withdraw That Can Kill.
Individuals who frequently take Benzodiazepines can develop a substance addiction without even knowing it.
An easier, less shocking approach to withdraw.
Finding the Treatment You Need.
Individuals who frequently take benzodiazepines can develop a substance addiction without even knowing it. Drugs that fall under the benzodiazepine – otherwise known as “benzos” – category include (but are not limited to):
- Xanax, or alprazolam (a prescription drug meant to treat various panic disorders and anxiety)
- Valium, or diazepam (a prescription drug used to treat anxiety, alcohol withdrawal, and seizures)
- Ativan, or lorazepam (a prescription drug used to treat anxiety)
- Librium, or chlordiazepoxide (a prescription drug used to treat tremors and acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms)
- Halcion, or triazolam (a prescription drug used to treat insomnia)
What’s more, benzo addictions are similar to alcohol addictions in that immediate withdrawal can sometimes shock the body to the point where the user dies. Because of this, it is essential to let a team of professionals determine the type of treatment you need after deciding you have developed a benzo drug addiction.
Addictions to benzo drugs like Xanax, Valium, Ativan, Librium, and Halcion can come with dangerous side effects, including:
- Memory loss and forgetfulness
- Damaged brain cells
- Severe depression
- A loss in appetite
- Mood swings
- Aggressive, and even violent, behavior
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The Mountainview Recovery Plan.
After an over-the-phone screening with our admissions department, our team of trained professionals will discern whether you are eligible for treatment with Mountainview Recovery, or if you’d be better served in an outside detox program first.
Once you enter Mountainview Recovery, you will take part in various rehabilitation sessions – both in group and one-on-one settings – to maximize the healing abilities of your body and mind. We also use a controlled substance, suboxone, to ease the symptoms of withdrawal for eligible patients struggling through the withdrawal process.
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Benzodiazepines Addiction Treatments.
The first stage of detox is one of the most important. Before a person can focus on gaining the knowledge and skills needed to live a life of recovery, addictive substances must be removed from the body
At Mountainview Recovery, we want each individual who comes to us for help with dependence or addiction to have the best chance of establishing lasting recovery.
Once detox and treatment are over, your recovery isn’t over. In fact, it’s just beginning! And, these first days of recovery, once treatment concludes, are the riskiest.
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Learn About the Help We Can Offer.
Benzodiazepine addictions are serious and sometimes difficult to discern. If you fear that you or a loved one has developed an addiction to Benzodiazepine, please call Mountainview Recovery today to learn more about how we can help.