Zetran Withdrawal and Detox
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- Short-term memory loss
- Confusion or mental fogginess
- Psychosis or losing touch with reality
Physical symptoms of Zetran withdrawal can include:
- Sleep disturbances
- Vision problems
- Sensory sensitivity
- Symptoms that are like the flu
- Ringing in the ears
- Body aches
- Abdominal pain
- High blood pressure
- Digestive disturbances
People often wonder if stopping Zetran can be deadly. It isn’t usually on its own, but if someone is a polydrug misuser, then withdrawal can be severe. Polydrug use often includes a combination of Zetran and alcohol, and as much as 40 percent of alcoholics also misuse benzodiazepines like Zetran. If someone is a polydrug misuser, complications can occur during Zetran withdrawal, such as delirium tremens. Delerium tremors lead to full-body tremors and a sense of mental delirium. Also possible with polydrug withdrawal are grand mal seizures, which are severe seizures. Grand mal seizures are most often seen in people being cleansed from alcohol dependence. If a person uses both alcohol and benzos, the risk of these severe seizures is even higher, as is the risk of complications.
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Zetran withdrawal usually begins within about 24 hours after the last dose is taken. At this point, symptoms can include sleep disturbances, nausea, and vomiting. Following the earliest stages of Zetran withdrawal, symptoms will then start to become psychological as well as physical. New symptoms that emerge during this time can include anxiety and irritability. Following the first two weeks of Zetran withdrawal, there may be longer-lasting symptoms. Long-lasting symptoms of Zetran withdrawal tend to include depression and anxiety. The longer someone used Zetran, the longer their withdrawal symptoms are likely to persist.
The Recovery Village is an accredited detox and treatment center. We work with patients who are physically dependent on benzodiazepines and other substances. The first step of treatment is always a successful detox. From there, patients can move on to receive treatment that will help them to recover successfully.