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Perhaps you have a prescription for benzos to help treat severe anxiety, panic disorders, insomnia, or acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms. It is estimated that nearly one in twenty American adults use prescription benzodiazepines. However, rates of use are likely to be much higher when including those who misuse benzos to self-medicate.

When women who are addicted to benzos try to stop using them, withdrawal symptoms can emerge. These withdrawal symptoms can include nightmares, difficulty concentrating, memory issues, muscle spasms, or insomnia. Without the help of professionals, withdrawing from benzos can be painful. Also, if the chemicals that make up the benzos are not eliminated from the system, the chances for relapse rise dramatically.

Painted Desert Recovery is ready to help. We have the staff and the resources to help women stop their addiction to benzos. The first step, however, is identifying if you have an addiction to benzos.

Signs of Benzo Addiction

Benzodiazepines, commonly referred to as “benzos,” are a type of sedative. They are usually a short-term treatment given for two to four weeks. Although benzos can be effective when used properly, unfortunately, benzo use can quickly change into a benzo addiction.

Examples of benzos are:

  • Diazepam (Valium)
  • Oxazepam (Alepam, Serepax)
  • Nitrazepam (Alodorm, Mogadon)
  • Temazepam (Euhypnos, Normison)
  • Alprazolam (Xanax, Alprax)
  • Clonazepam (Klonopin)

Some of the common behavior that indicates a potential benzo addiction include:

  • Social withdrawal
  • Isolating from family and friends
  • No longer participating in formerly-enjoyable activities
  • Failing to meet work or school obligations
  • Forging prescriptions or engaging in other illegal activities
  • Visiting multiple doctors to obtain multiple prescriptions, also known as “doctor shopping”

Physical signs of a benzo addiction are:

  • Muscle weakness
  • Drowsiness, also known as “nodding off”
  • Blurred vision
  • Headaches
  • Fainting
  • Light-headedness

If, after reviewing these signs, you feel that you may have an addiction to benzos, there is an opportunity for change. A benzo addiction treatment center such as Painted Desert Recovery can give you the encouragement and resources that you need to end a benzo addiction.

About Painted Desert Recovery

Painted Desert Recovery is the leader for benzo rehab in Utah. Located in beautiful New Harmony, Utah, our women-only benzo addiction treatment center is surrounded by the peaks of Pine Mountain, Bumblebee Range, and Kolob Canyon. The women enrolled in our treatment programs find this environment to be a peaceful natural refuge that is the perfect setting for recovery.

Also, our committed staff has experience with guiding women on the road to recovery from benzo addiction. Our team is passionate about the recovery process and take pride in providing the best possible care for our clients.

Further, we don’t believe in a “cookie-cutter” approach to recovery. Our treatment plans are individualized for each of our clients, so that specific needs for recovery are addressed. We have found that tailoring treatment plans in this manner make it more likely that our clients will maintain their recovery, even after leaving our facility. We also provide a variety of treatment programs so that each of our clients can find a program that best suits their needs.

End Your Benzo Addiction with Help from Painted Desert Recovery

When you are in the depths of an addiction to benzos, you may want to stop, but the thought of not using benzos is overwhelming. We at Painted Desert Recovery understand. Ending a benzo addiction can be challenging, but our team is ready to help.

Reach out to us today by calling 844.540.0357 or completing our confidential online form. We can be your ally on the road to recovery. Don’t wait another day to start your new life.