Serax Withdrawal and Detox
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Tolerance refers to the need to take higher doses of a medication or drug to get the same effect. People can develop a tolerance for benzos relatively quickly. This is why these medications shouldn’t be used for more than a few weeks. Once someone has a Serax tolerance, they’re also likely to have a physical reliance.
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- Sensory sensitivity;
- Memory impairment;
- Muscle twitching and pain;
- Sleep disturbances;
- Panic attacks;
- Irritability and tension;
- Concentration and cognitive problems;
- Nausea and vomiting;
- Weight loss; and
In severe cases, benzodiazepine discontinuance can have very dangerous or deadly symptoms such as hallucinations, psychosis or seizures. When discussing benzodiazepine and Serax discontinuance, long-term use is defined as having used these drugs daily for at least three months. Many Serax and benzo discontinuance symptoms are described as rebound side effects. This means the symptoms the drug was used to treat can occur and be even more severe than they were previously, such as insomnia and anxiety. Benzodiazepine discontinuance is considered more severe in many cases even than opioid discontinuance. Also, important to note is that benzo discontinuance symptoms can be delayed, especially with a drug like Serax. It can take weeks for discontinuance symptoms to occur, as opposed to hours with other drug classes.
For anyone struggling with reliance or psychological disease, whether to a benzodiazepine or another substance, please contact The Recovery Village. We’re happy just to listen or answer questions you may have about Psychological disease, abstaining from or ridding the body of toxic or unhealthy substances, and treatment.