Benzo Detox and Withdrawal (Xanax®)

Benzo Detox and Withdrawal

Benzo Detox and Withdrawal | Introduction:

Benzo use is skyrocketing throughout the U.S. and abroad. The number one benzodiazepine being abused today is Xanax®, and no other Benzo even comes close. Of all clients entering treatment for Benzo detox and withdrawal the ratio is 1000:1 for Xanax abuse over all other Benzo’s combined.

The difficulty with Benzodiazepine detox is that it has the potential to cause death. The key to Benzo detox is a slow taper with concomitant medications to alleviate discomfort, pulse rate, blood pressure and anxiety. Xanax is often prescribed as an anti-anxiety medication. Xanax is an un-coated medication available in three doses; 0.5mg, 1.0mg, 2.0mg tablets.

  • Valium® is prescribed to treat anxiety, withdrawal symptoms and sleep disorders. It comes in two doses 5mg and 10 mg tablets.

  • Ativan® is often prescribed for anxiety, withdrawal symptoms and sleep disorders. This medication comes in three doses; 0.5 mg, 1.0 mg, 2.0 mg tablets.

  • Klonipin® is often prescribed for panic attacks and seizures. This medications comes in 5 doses; 0.125 mg, 0.25 mg, 0.5 mg, 1.0 mg and 2.0 mg tablets.


Benzo Addiction and Withdrawal

How bad is | Benzo addiction and withdrawal?

Xanax® addiction is a significant problem in homes across America. Many Xanax users are not aware of their physical and psychological dependence until they try to stop. Once they try to stop they feel panicked and overwhelming anxiety. The irony here is unbelievable. You take Xanax to alleviate anxiety and when you try to stop you go through unbearable anxiety attacks.

Physicians treat symptoms – that’s their job. You can’t blame the physician who is required by law to treat people’s symptoms. But if that same person goes doctor shopping or takes more than their prescription allows then Xanax use has then gravitated to Xanax abuse. Over time Xanax abuse eventually becomes Xanax addiction. Xanax addiction detox is the best solution to treat of Xanax withdrawals.


How bad are Benzo (Xanax®) Withdrawal Symptoms?

  • Profuse Sweating

  • Muscle Cramps

  • Depression

  • Increased Pulse Rate

  • Visual Hallucinations

  • Tingling Appendages

  • Anxiety

  • Paranoia

  • Insomnia

  • Seizure

  • Stroke

  • Death

Xanax addicts experience Benzodiazepine withdrawal symptoms that can last several weeks or longer if not appropriately treated. Xanax withdrawal symptoms are similar to alcohol withdrawal symptoms and barbiturate withdrawal symptoms.
Xanax withdrawal is one of the most dangerous types of drug detox. Xanax withdrawals have the potential for death. Physician oversight with appropriate medication safety protocols are a necessity to safely detox.

How can a person Detox off Xanax (Benzo’s)?
If your daily use of Xanax exceeds the guidelines of your prescription, the need for a Xanax Detoxification Center is a paramount. Xanax addicts cannot detoxify themselves.
Untreated Xanax withdrawal increase anxiety. Ironically, Xanax users solve anxiety by using Xanax. The propensity to self-medicate withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety by taking Xanax makes it virtually impossible to successfully detox at home.

Our Orange County Rehab center treats Benzo users to help them regain their freedom and self respect by removing their addiction in comfort and dignity.

Conclusion:
Don’t let Benzo addiction hold you hostage for another day. Find a place that can help you and go there. It doesn’t make sense to wait for a better time. When you realize you have a problem it is time to get help. It is that simple.

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