Orlando Benzo Treatment Program
No one starts taking benzodiazepine medications, such as Xanax, Valium, and Klonopin, with the intentions to become an addict. You began taking the medication to calm your nerves, reduce your anxiety and to stop panic attacks. The medication came highly recommended by your Doctor, just as it has to thousands upon thousands of other men and women throughout the world.
After some time your body began to become tolerant to the medication, requiring more and more of the drug to achieve the desired effects. As the dosage increased your body began to develop a physical dependency to the benzo medication, withdrawal symptoms set in and the more you try to stop it just seems impossible.
Addiction to Benzos
Regardless to if you started using Benzos for medical purposes, self medicating or for recreational use you have gotten to the point where you are unable to stop its use on your own and need help from a treatment program. Without the right treatment your addiction will only grow, taking you to a dangerous level in doses that could cause serious harm to you physically and mentally, even putting you in risk of death. Do not continue to fuel your benzo addiction, make the choice to start treatment today in Miami.
Treating Benzo Addiction in Orlando
The first step in most treatment processes is benzo detoxification. Detox of South Florida takes you out of an environment of temptation and places you into a comfortable, warm and safe environment that promotes your sobriety. Rather than quitting benzos cold turkey and risking serious side effects and the pain of withdrawal, you will begin a step-down program to help you gradually wean off the medication.
Patients at Detox of South Florida in Orlando report minimal to no discomfort during the detox. They are pleased with the environment and find comfort from the supportive, experienced medical staff.
Trying to quit time and time again on their own was not working, quitting with the help of a benzo detox program will help you achieve your goal of lifelong sobriety.