A review of BEST PRACTICES in addiction treatment…specific to BENZOS. What’s needed? What can you expect? More insight here.
Benzodiazepine use is most prevalent among women (nearly twice as prevalent as men) and increases with age. What are some other demographic characteristics of benzo users? Discover in this infographic.
Have you been using benzodiazepines for more than two weeks as recommended? Individuals who’ve been on benzos for months or years, will probably require an inpatient treatment. How many people in the U.S. need benzo addiction treatment? Find the answers in this infographic.
Benzos are responsible for a range of psychological, cognitive and emotional problems. What are the behavioral and spiritual implications of benzodiazepines? Find out here.
Benzodiazepine withdrawal can be debilitating. How can you support yourself during detox? Five (5) facts and considerations here. With a section at the end for your questions and comments.
In this exclusive Q&A, we speak to Dr. Jennifer Leigh, Ph.D. about benzodiazepine medication(s) withdrawal. What kinds of protocols are best practice? Why do we get hooked in the first place? More here.
Valium is used for treating anxiety, muscle spasms, insomnia, and many more medical conditions. However, it can be dangerous for your health after long term use. Learn more here about the negative consequences of Valium misuse here.
The inexplicable desire to use Suboxone, even though it is destroying your life is defined as Suboxone addiction. What are the possible treatments? We explore here.
Xanax addiction is defined as the continued use of Xanax (alprazolam) in spite of negative consequences to health, work, and relationships. Explore reputable methods for treating Xanax addiction here. Then, we invite your questions.
Ritalin is a strong stimulant and may lead to physical dependence after regular daily use for period of time. How and why? We review here.