Valium Withdrawal and Detox
Valium Withdrawal Hotline
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Valium, the brand name for the drug diazepam, is part of the Benzodiapezines family of prescription drugs that are used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. Valium can also be prescribed to treat alcohol withdrawal symptoms or opiate addiction. However, the over-the-counter medication is often misused. The drug calms the body’s nervous system, with a relaxed and peaceful feeling that can become addictive.
Sometimes, once a prescription ends or people attempt to stop taking Valium, they inadvertently initiate detox and can experience withdrawal symptoms.People dealing with Valium dependency and who are planning to detox from the drug should do so in a reputable rehabilitation program with doctors and nurses providing constant attention and care. By starting the recovery process at a rehabilitation facility, the person seeking treatment is less likely to experience a relapse, once the withdrawal symptoms set in. Deciding to seek proper medical treatment is the important, first step to take toward a happy and healthy life.
- Impaired vision
- Intense stomach pain
- High blood pressure
- Intestinal and digestive problems
- Height and weight
- Personal medical history
- Family history of drug misuse
- The detox method being used during withdrawal
- Whether any medications or replacement drugs are used during detox