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Withdrawal

Articles about withdrawal from Lorazepam addiction.


 

The Different Challenges of Quitting Alcohol Versus Drugs

People can generalize about recovery and the differences between alcohol and drug abuse, but, when it comes to finding long-term health, sobriety and wellness, no single experience or path makes it easier to get and stay clean. In other words, every recovering addict must find sobriety for herself, a task you can achieve with personalized […]

How Long Do Lorazepam Withdrawal Symptoms Last?

Lorazepam is a potent drug, and the withdrawal effects associated with lorazepam are more powerful than many other commonly abused drugs. Withdrawal symptoms of lorazepam include headaches, anxiety, seizures and psychosis. Symptoms will be more severe with higher doses and longer use. Taking more lorazepam may seem to calm your withdrawal symptoms, but they will […]

How to Ease Lorazepam Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms

Withdrawal symptoms are the body’s negative reaction to being suddenly deprived of a drug like lorazepam. If you are dependent on this prescription medication, your body will begin to require a certain amount of lorazepam in order to function normally. Without that dose the body will react in a variety of ways that can be […]

Treatment for Lorazepam Withdrawal

Lorazepam is a drug used to treat anxiety. It slowly reduces brain activity and allows the mind and body to relax. Lorazepam is also used to treat irritable bowel syndrome, epilepsy, insomnia and side effects from cancer treatment. Lorazepam is highly addictive and should never be used without supervision from a doctor. About one-third of […]

Lorazepam Withdrawal

Lorazepam withdrawal symptoms may include vomiting, panic attacks, and hallucinations. Don’t stop taking Lorazepam abruptly, as it may cause you to experience withdrawals. Gradual reduction of the dose will reduce chances of withdrawal, but for addiction, detox at a quality rehab center is best.