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Ativan Detox and Withdrawal

An Ativan detox center will decrease the severity of the withdrawal symptoms you are already going through. If you have an addiction to Ativan, give us a call at and one of our friendly representatives will help you get on the road to recovery.

Recognize the Pattern of Addiction

“An Ativan detox center will decrease the severity of the withdrawal symptoms you are already going through.”
If you find that you have any of these signs of addiction to Ativan then you want to consider going to an Ativan withdrawal treatment facility. Even if you have just a few of these symptoms, be aware that none should be taken lightly. Long-term use of Ativan can cause more serious medical issues such as coma or even death.

Other symptoms of Ativan addiction include:

  • Unsteady balance
  • Hearing things
  • Extremely tired or drowsy
  • Depression
  • Looking for several doctors so you can get numerous Ativan prescriptions

If you or a loved one has any of these symptoms, we are here to help. Give one of our representatives a call at , and we can discuss addiction treatment programs that are available to you.

The Scary Reality

Along with opioids and amphetamines, Ativan is one of the most widely used abused prescription drugs in the United States. According to a report by the Centers for Disease Control, drug overdose deaths have tripled since 1990. According to this same study in 2008, there were 14,800 deaths from prescription painkiller drugs such as Ativan.

If you or a family member is having difficulty beating an Ativan addiction, you need to find an Ativan detox program as soon as possible. If you need further help and would like to talk to one of our representatives, give us a call at . One of our representatives will discuss treatment options to get you on the road to a drug-free life.

Ativan Detox Symptoms

“When you find the right Ativan detox center, you will have a higher chance of combating the addiction and completing rehabilitation.”
If you are experiencing any of the withdrawal symptoms of Ativan such as seizures, tremors, or dizziness, then you want to be enrolled in a detox center that will minimize the effects of withdrawal. When you find the right Ativan detox center, you will have a higher chance of combating the addiction and completing rehabilitation. The best detox centers will combine professionalism with a sense of compassion to make sure patients are properly looked after. In addition, reputable detox centers will have round-the-clock medical staff who know how to handle any emergencies that might come up.

Some of the withdrawal symptoms you may experience include:

  • Loss of memory
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Risk Factors

RecoveryDid you know that 45 percent of people who died from painkiller-related deaths such as Ativan overdoses were Medicaid patients? One study done in Washington State found that 45 percent of people on Medicaid died from prescription painkiller deaths. In spite of these numbers, the highest number of painkiller deaths, according to a study carried out by the Centers for Disease Control, exists in the Appalachian and Southwest regions. New Mexico and West Virginia had five times the number of painkiller deaths in comparison to Nebraska.

Finding the right Ativan Detox center is essential to combating your addiction. Call us today, and let us help.

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