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Benzodiazepine (Benzo) Addiction Treatment

Benzodiazepines are some of the most commonly prescribed medications. In the US, 12.6% of adults use them. Of these people, roughly 17% misuse benzodiazepines.  Why do people get addicted to benzodiazepines and what are the treatment options? What Are Benzodiazepines? Benzodiazepines are psychoactive drugs made from a combination of benzene diazepine chemical compounds. Benzodiazepine medications …

Xanax Addiction Treatment

Xanax addiction is common because the drug is readily available as a medicine. People get hooked on Xanax because of its euphoric effects.  When overused, Xanax can have dangerous side effects on the user. Why are so many people addicted to Xanax and what are the treatment options? What Is Xanax? Xanax is the brand …

Lean Addiction Treatment

Lean Addiction Treatment What is lean? Lean is a drug consisting of the following chemical concoction: Cough syrup Codeine Soda (usually Sprite) Jolly ranchers (or any hard flavored candies) Alcohol (in some cases) Lean was popularized with young people in Houston’s “chopped and screwed” southern rap music scene. The drug was widely used at parties …

Valium Addiction: Side Effects, Treatment Programs

Valium Addiction Treatment Doctors prescribe Valium to treat seizures, spasms and sometimes drug and alcohol addiction. However, Valium itself can be addictive when people misuse the medication.  In 2013, nearly 14 million Americans were prescribed Valium and other benzodiazepines. Not everyone uses them properly.  What are the dangers of Valium? Are there ways to beat …

Senior Drug Addiction Treatment

Drug and alcohol addiction is typically associated with young and middle-aged adults. However, many adults in the 65-and-over age group also struggle with substance abuse. According to a 2018 survey by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, one million senior citizens have a substance use disorder. For over a decade, substance abuse has increased among …