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While addiction is commonly associated with drugs and alcohol, it can be related to anything that causes you to have extreme cravings or urges towards something. Addiction, in simply put terms, is a disease where you have no control over using or doing something even when it has severe negative consequences. One of the most dangerous substances to get addicted to is called benzodiazepines, also known as benzos. According to research, about 2.3% to 18% of Americans have misused benzos for nonmedical use in their lifetime. Although widely prescribed to combat anxiety and insomnia, benzos are extremely addictive and can be difficult to detox from. Becoming aware of the signs and symptoms of benzodiazepine addiction can help you understand if you or a loved one may need treatment. The Addiction Treatment Solutions understands benzo addiction inside and out. We are here to help you leave those addictive medications behind with the help of quality, evidence-based treatment options.

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What are Benzodiazepines?

Benzodiazepines are a class of psychoactive drugs used to treat a range of conditions, including anxiety and insomnia. They are one of the most widely prescribed medications in the United States, and one of the most widely abused. There are different types of drugs that fall under the benzodiazepine class, including Ativan and Xanax. Along with treating anxiety and stress related conditions, these medications are used to stop you from having a seizure and treat pain. These medications are incredibly addictive due to the powerfully sedative nature they have. Doctors prescribe the medication with a specific dosage and frequency of use meant to ensure safe use of the drug. If you do use benzos for prolonged periods of time and take more than prescribed, you can become addicted.

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Signs of Benzodiazepine Addiction

If you or a loved one takes benzodiazepine, either recreationally or prescribed, and experiences any of the symptoms below, you may be addicted. Side effects can show up as physical, psychological, and behavioral issues. Some of the most common to look out for include:

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Options When Treating Benzo Addiction

People who are addicted to benzos are often willing to sacrifice everything for that next one. Addiction is a disease that takes over your life before you even realize it. It’s critical for anyone suffering from addiction to get help as quickly as possible.Whether you have the support of  family members and friends, or are going through it alone, Addiction Treatment Solutions is here for you.  It takes a lot for someone to admit that they have a problem with drugs,and we take pride in helping our clients gain their freedom back. 

At Addiction Treatment Solutions, you have access to our Addiction Treatment Solutions Certified Advisors who specialize in helping people with substance abuse issues. These are specialists who have access to unique treatment options that will help you find the treatment options that best fit your needs. The sooner individuals with benzo addiction reach out for help, the sooner they will get better.

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Overcome Benzo Addiction with Help from Addiction Treatment Solutions

At Addiction Treatment Solutions, we have a 24/7 team that helps addicts and their families in getting real help for substance abuse. Our free service helps people find addiction treatment,  based on their individual needs. Our treatment matching service includes admissions, insurance verification, transportation assistance, and care management that can help you with your treatment requirements from beginning to end. If you or someone you care about needs help with drug abuse and addiction, please contact us as soon as possible to find out more about our options. Our goal is to get you on the road to recovery as quickly as possible.