Librium Withdrawal and Detox

Librium Withdrawal and DetoxAddiction to Librium will cause you to have withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop using, a major reason that many people relapse. Because of the risk of relapse, but also because withdrawal from benzodiazepines can actually be dangerous, you should never take the step to detox without professional supervision. Doctors or addiction specialists can keep you safe, help you avoid relapsing, and make you as comfortable as possible.

The process of detox is uncomfortable but necessary for recovery from addiction/benzodiazepines/librium-addiction/” title=”Librium”>Librium addiction. Expect to experience a racing heartbeat, tremors, nausea, vomiting, excessive sweating, anxiety and difficulty sleeping. You may even experience delusions and hallucinations. Librium withdrawal may cause seizures and can be fatal in rare cases.1 Reduce these risks by detoxing under the care of professionals and insist that your loved one get help rather than trying to do this alone.

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  1. Medscape. Sedative, Hypnotic, Anxiolytic Use Disorders Clinical Presentation.
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