Where to go for Librium Addiction Treatment
Librium is a benzodiazepine and has the potential to be addictive and habit-forming. Librium is used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including epilepsy and anxiety. When taken as directed, Librium binds to the GABA receptors in the brain, which release neurochemicals that produce a calming effect on the central nervous system. Unfortunately, this calming effect can be addictive. When people abuse Librium by taking more than directed by a physician, more neurochemicals are produced, giving the user a ‘high.’ Eventually, a tolerance forms and users need more and more Librium to get the desired high effect.
While addiction is a deadly and all-consuming disease, help is available for people suffering from Librium addiction and abuse.
What are the long-term health effects of Librium abuse and addiction?
Long-term Librium abusers can experience cognitive impairment and Librium abuse can also trigger or exacerbate underlying mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety. With any drug addiction, people’s’ lives become derailed. They will experience financial hardship and their relationships and careers will suffer.
Because drugs like Librium impair motor and cognitive function, similar to the effects of alcohol, Librium abusers can find themselves involved in motor vehicle accidents, or get into physical fights with people. They may experience trauma and injury related to these effects. Without help, Librium abusers risk their physical, mental, and financial well-being. They may even die from Librium abuse without treatment.
Is detox recommended for Librium addiction treatment?
Yes. Drugs like benzodiazepines stay in the bloodstream for a long time. A sudden cessation can cause serious medical complications like seizures and rebound insomnia. In a medical detox center, patients looking to recover from Librium addiction can be put on a tapering off schedule by trained and qualified doctors. Here, patients are given ever-decreasing amounts of the drug, helping their body gradually wean off the substance. Without tapering off, patients are at-risk of experiencing dangerous, painful, and long-lasting withdrawal symptoms.
What does it take to achieve lifelong sobriety from drug abuse and addiction?
Achieving lifelong sobriety requires that patients are vigilant about their triggers and that they continue to attend ongoing therapy and practice adequate self-care. They must have support from encouraging, caring family and loved ones, and patients must be especially careful about who they associate with. By attending a rehab center, therapists can put plans in place that are tailored to the individual to prevent relapse and help them achieve lifelong sobriety.
How can someone pay for addiction treatment?
Treatment facilities have staff available that are knowledgeable about insurance plans and how to work with companies to get patients the care they deserve. Some patients may qualify for financing from the treatment facility, and the government also offers treatment programs and assistance for those who are eligible.
What should I bring to a drug addiction treatment center?
Patients need to bring a list of their medications and their doctors contact information to the facility. Also, a list of supportive family and loved ones along with their contact information is recommended. About a week’s worth of comfortable clothes and toiletries are also permitted at the facility. All toiletries must be alcohol-free.
Despite the dangers and severe consequences of Librium addiction, there is help available. Speak to a qualified counselor today and begin a life free from the pain of drug abuse.
A Sisterhood that Supports Recovery
Located in beautiful southern California, Casa Capri’s prescription rehab is a hope away from home for women who are addicted to Librium®. Our one-of-a-kind addiction treatment program for women ages 18-45 is accredited and designed to nurture, support and empower you as you begin your healing journey of life-long recovery. If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to Librium, we can help. Give us a call now at 855-816-8826.
The staff at Casa Capri understands firsthand the obstacles and challenges young women attempting sobriety face and we have the tools you’ll need to succeed. We understand because we’ve been there ourselves. Most of our team of all-female doctors, therapists and counselors are in recovery too. We really get it and we’re deeply committed to sharing the hope, healing, and recovery that we’ve found with you. Our community-minded approach is truly a sisterhood of support where staff, clients, and alumni recover together.
Experience Wholehearted Healing
Casa Capri’s rehab for Librium addiction begins with our safe and comfortable medically supervised detox. Once you’re clean and clear from all addictive substances, you’ll begin your personalized treatment program. Often times, women struggling with chemical dependency have complex, yet treatable underlying trauma and co-existing conditions such as depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.
At Casa Capri, we are here to heal all of you, body, mind and soul. With a variety of therapeutic, experiential and life-skills programs, our aim is to replace destructive beliefs and behaviors with positive ones as well as provide you the tools and love necessary to experience wholehearted recovery. You don’t have to struggle another day. Our kind and compassionate process admissions team is here 24/7 to answer your questions and share the hope. There is so much hope for you; call us today at 855-816-8826.
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