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Valium Withdrawal

Valium Withdrawal Treatment in Austin, Texas

For a long time, Valium was the most recognizable and popular benzodiazepine. It is still, however, one of the most commonly abused types of benzos. Many Valium users lead themselves to withdrawal without even realizing they they’re taking too much. Although the drug is used to treat anxiety disorder in a clinical setting, many take it to help them sleep or simply “calm down”. Valium should only be taken under the supervision of a physician, and can be highly addictive. If you or someone you care about has started experiencing Valium withdrawal, this may be an indicator of a larger dependency problem. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate and effective Valium withdrawal treatment. Call (855) 384-6340 to start healing.

Valium Withdrawal Symptoms

Each user’s Valium withdrawal experience will be different, depending upon the frequency and duration of their use; however, some of the more common symptoms tend to include migraine, dizziness, blurred vision, hallucinations, insomnia, stomach illness, nausea, irritability, depression, anxiety and more. These symptoms are likely to worsen, the longer Valium abuse continues untreated. Valium withdrawal can last for weeks and manifest in as little as a day after the last cycle of use. If you or your loved one are experiencing these symptoms, do not ignore them. Get help immediately to prevent long-term health issues. You don’t have to live your life in withdrawal.


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Mixing Valium with Alcohol

It’s not uncommon for Valium users to self-medicate using alcohol as well; this is never a good idea as one substance’s effects directly influence and compound the other. Both Valium and alcohol are central nervous system depressants that can slow or even stop the breathing process. Concurrent alcohol and Valium problems need to be confronted and treated as soon as possible. Both alcohol and Valium are potentially addictive when used separately. When used together, the symptoms of both drugs are enhanced, as is the danger to the individual taking the drugs. Several of the symptoms of mixing alcohol and Valium include memory issues, impaired coordination, shallow breathing, fainting, drowsiness, dizziness, difficulty concentrating and more.

Treating Valium Withdrawal

Withdrawal from any drug, whether it’s benzos, painkillers or anything else, should be treated as a medical procedure, just like surgery or diagnostic testing. It should be managed by an addiction-trained physician and nurses who are trained in the symptoms or withdrawal and can intervene in the event of a medical emergency. Valium withdrawal can last for months and may require ongoing medical maintenance. While symptoms will taper over time, it can take a long time. After Valium withdrawal treatment, patients should undergo comprehensive rehab and behavioral therapy. Withdrawal treatment is not meant to replace any other aspect of care and should be administered as the first stage of a comprehensive overall treatment program. Recovery Unplugged Texas offers comprehensive and compassionate Valium withdrawal treatment in Austin for patients all levels of tolerance and dependence. Call us today at (855) 384-6340 so we can help you overcome Valium dependence.

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