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Benzodiazepines Addiction Treatment

Benzodiazepines Addiction Treatment

Benzodiazepines Addiction Treatment at Passages Ventura Rehab Center

At Passages, we have found that benzodiazepine addiction can be best treated when the underlying causes of addiction, like anxiety or stress, have been settled and the urge to self-medicate finally ends. We employ numerous cutting-edge addiction treatment methods as well as our one-of-a-kind treatment philosophy to put an end to benzodiazepines addiction permanently.

As a part of the select Passages Ventura rehab group, you will never be labeled or treated as the generic “addict.” Rather, we will seek to treat your benzodiazepines addiction on a one-on-one basis, taking into consideration your personal history, career pressures, relationship issues, and body chemistry. We provide a caring, dedicated professionals waiting to take your call and walk you through our substance abuse treatment programs and explain how we can help you to quit using benzodiazepines. Your opportunity to stop using drugs and finally end the ongoing cycle of benzodiazepine abuse is waiting – call (888) 926-3424 now to start your recovery process.

Symptoms & Dangers of Benzodiazepines Addiction

Benzodiazepine addiction treatment at Passages Ventura is effective, thorough, and utilizes mostly one-on-one therapy including a complete detox. Benzodiazepines are a class of drugs commonly used to treat anxiety, panic disorders, and various other neuro-attentive disorders. Benzodiazepines have a high potential for addiction due to their quick increase in physical tolerance, dependence, and withdrawal. While Xanax (alprazolam) is a prescription benzodiazepine frequently prescribed to treat severe anxiety, its rate of abuse is enormous. Benzodiazepines bring on feelings of calm, drowsiness, and relaxation in users, making it a popular drug of choice for individuals suffering from panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression-caused anxiety conditions. Benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Valium, Ativan, and Klonopin slow down signals sent from the brain to temporarily relieve symptoms of panic & anxiety. However, these short term self-medicating effects fuel benzodiazepines dependency, especially by individuals with various stress disorders. If you or a loved one is struggling with a dependency on benzodiazepines, please contact us right away and learn about our drug treatment programs (888) 926-3424.