Benzo Treatment

Benzo TreatmentAddiction is not confined to alcohol and illegal drugs. It can also involve prescription medication. One of the most common prescription drugs that have a high potential for abuse and addiction in patients are benzos, short for benzodiazepines. If you or a loved one is having problems with benzo dependence, whether it’s the habit of increasing the dosage or not being able to function normally without it for months or years, do visit Her House for benzo addiction treatment.

So What is Benzo?

Benzo is basically prescribed for:

  • The temporary reduction and relief of stress and anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle disorders
  • Combating convulsions
  • Sedating and prepping patients for minor operations

Decades ago, back when the adverse long-term effects of benzos were still unknown, patients had been prescribed benzo for years. Today, however, doctors now know well enough to prescribe this addictive drug for short-term use only, around two to four weeks being the safest recommendation. Otherwise, patients with long-term exposure to the drug may experience several adverse effects on the physical and mental aspects, requiring immediate benzo treatment.

The Dangers of Benzo Dependence and Addiction

The prevalence of various benzo treatment centers is proof of how dangerous benzo addiction can be.

Ironic as can be, benzo can aggravate depression and anxiety issues such as:

  • Panic Disorder
  • Insomnia
  • Nightmares
  • Agoraphobia, or fear of enclosed or confined places and situations.
  • Hallucinations
  • Irritability, signs of aggression, rage, and violence
  • Seizures

It hampers a patient’s progress in natural, non-medicated stress management methods

A patient can be oversedated and feel:

  • Drowsy
  • Unable to focus or concentrate
  • Incoherent and uncoordinated
  • Weak in the muscles
  • Dizzy
  • Confused

While benzo can aid in dramatically reducing a patient’s initial shock or trauma, prolonged use may keep a person from normally and naturally adjusting to such psychological trauma. In the long run, it impairs memory and results to blackouts and lapses.

Ultimately, benzo increases tendencies for suicide.

``The only way out is through.`` - The Benzo Group

Benzo and Pregnancy

Benzos are detrimental to pregnancy, affecting both mother and baby. If you’re trying to get pregnant, or already are, stop using benzo immediately. Otherwise, your baby may have to unnecessarily suffer from the following:

  • Floppy infant syndrome
  • Oversedation
  • Inability to successfully latch and suckle

Later on in life, such children born to benzo addicted mothers are more susceptible to:

  • ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
  • Learning impairments
  • Autism

Please do contact Her House immediately for benzo addiction treatment for women if you or a loved one is using benzos problematically.

Benzo and Relationship Woes

Benzo is one unattributed cause of break-ups, divorce, and relationship gaps. This is owing to its “emotional anesthesia” or “emotional blunting” effect on the long-term user. Your mom’s, sister’s or wife’s lack of emotional sensitivity may simply be due to her benzo prescription. Help her enroll in Her House benzo treatment for women now and have a chance to restore broken relationships.

What to Expect During Benzo Rehab

Like any other addiction, expect to experience the following withdrawal symptoms associated with benzos.

  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety and severe depression
  • Heart palpitations
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Nerve and muscle problems
  • Irrational fear of not being able to function normally without benzo

But worry not; Her House’s professional medical team has a comprehensive plan for the treatment of benzo withdrawal, to support and guide you all throughout the recovery process.

``Benzo withdrawal symptoms do diminish in time, but only get worse if you stay on the drugs.`` - Prof Ashton

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