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Zetran, which is a brand name version of the generic diazepam, is classified as a benzodiazepine. Benzodiazepines are also called benzos, and this class of drugs is both psychologically addictive and can cause a physical dependence. Other commonly prescribed benzos include Xanax, Valium, Klonopin and Ativan. Benzos are among the most widely prescribed drugs in the U.S.. They’re given to patients to treat anxiety, seizures, and insomnia in some cases. All benzos, including Zetran, are believed to increase the effects of GABA in the brain. GABA is a calming neurotransmitter. Zetran can slow the activity of neurons in the brain, leading the person taking the drug to feel calmer and more relaxed. Zetran and other benzos can also be described as tranquilizers.

While there are benefits associated with the use of Zetran, there is a potential for misuse and creation of mental devotion. Any drug that acts on the brain does have a potential for addiction. Addiction describes a scenario where the brain’s reward pathways are activated when exposed to a substance. Because of the triggering of reward pathways, the need for the substance becomes compulsive. Addiction is characterized as substance use that’s outside control of the person taking the drug. Physical dependence is also possible with Zetran, even if a person isn’t addicted to the prescription drug. Physical dependence means that the user’s body has become so accustomed to the presence of the substance, that without it, the body struggles to readjust. When someone is dependent on Zetran and suddenly stops taking it, they may go through withdrawal. Symptoms of benzo withdrawal can include sleep disturbances, anxiety, panic attacks, tremors, problems with concentration and more.

Zetran Addiction Treatment and Rehab
For someone who is addicted to Zetran, it’s important to get professional help. Ongoing Zetran use can cause long-lasting changes in the brain. Before someone can receive Zetran treatment to ease this psychological craving, they will need to go through a cleansing program. During a Zetran cleanse, the user’s body eliminates the substance. This is when a person can go through withdrawal symptoms which can be uncomfortable and difficult. A medically-supervised cleansing program can help patients stay more comfortable, and increase their chances of successfully recovering instead of returning to use.

Once the body has been cleansed, treatment of the psychological disease can really begin. During Zetran addiction treatment, there is usually a combination of different therapeutic approaches. Cognitive behavioral therapy is often the foundation for Zetran addiction treatment. During CBT, patients can start looking at the triggers and thought patterns in their life that led them to misuse Zetran and any other substances. Often, there are group therapy sessions included in substance treatment and rehabilitation programs. Many programs will include supplemental activities as well, such as wellness programs. All of the elements of Zetran rehab should come together for a holistic treatment plan. Following the first stages of treatment, the patient will then work with their treatment team on an aftercare plan to prevent recurrence of use.

There are different types of facilities available for people seeking help with removing Zetran from their body. Zetran rehab could occur at an inpatient treatment center, where programs usually last anywhere from 30 to 90 days. These programs typically have a structured schedule and a combination of therapies. There are also outpatient detox programs, with more flexibility than inpatient programs. It’s important for people to realize that if they have developed a psychological need for Zetran, the craving won’t just go away. During Zetran addiction treatment and rehab, patients will also be treated for any other substance use problems they have. For example, many people addicted to Zetran also misuse alcohol. The addictions are treated separately from one another, and this is called a co-occurring diagnosis. Patients are also treated for mental health conditions that may have contributed to or played a role in their psychological disease.

Recovery is viewed as something that continues for the entirety of a person’s life. That’s why it’s important to choose the right Zetran treatment and rehabilitation program. A good program will provide patients with the tools and coping mechanisms they need to increase their chances of recovery. Aftercare planning is also extremely important to maintaining recovery. At a Zetran addiction treatment program, patients will be guided toward the right aftercare options for them, so they can live a healthy, fulfilling life without the use of benzodiazepines or other substances.

If you or a loved one is struggling with Zetran or any other benzodiazepine, we encourage you to contact The Recovery Village. We offer programs to help cleanse your body and mind, as well as rehabilitation options.

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