Do you feel stuck? Are you ready to conquer alcoholism but anxious about painful
alcohol detox? At
Decision Point, we do everything we can to empower you to make it through the toughest
parts of recovery, including detox.
One of the many ways we seek to make your recovery a little easier is by
using benzodiazepines (commonly referred to as “benzos”) to
ease the pain of alcohol withdrawal.
How Do Benzodiazepines Help with Alcohol Detox?
Benzodiazepines are psychoactive drugs that function like mild tranquilizers.
When administered in a
safe, supervised environment and in appropriate doses, benzodiazepines can help alleviate your withdrawal symptoms while you
focus on getting better and resisting the temptation to drink.
When it comes to alcohol detox, benzos offer a number of great benefits,
- Reducing the risk of and preventing convulsions
- Muscle relaxation
- Minimized anxiety and agitation—and more
Symptoms of Alcohol Detox That Benzos Can Help With
Many people struggling with alcoholism attempt to quit on their own, only
to crumble under uncomfortable and potentially life-threatening withdrawal
symptoms, such as:
- Chills, fevers, sweats
- Difficulty falling or staying asleep
- General aches and pain throughout the body
- Migraines and headaches
- Persistent nausea, vomiting
- Physical, mental, and emotional agitation
- Elevated blood pressure and heart rate
Get Your Life Back - Call Decision Point Today
When you come to
Decision Point, we can help you chart the best path forward. Our compassionate clinicians
are here to partner with you and provide the support you need to take
your life back into your own hands. With us on your side, you don’t
have to go through withdrawal symptoms alone, and we can set you up for
success on your journey toward sobriety.
Please remember that alcohol withdrawal is a potentially life-threatening
situation; let us help you!
Call (844) 292-5010 today to speak to one of our friendly, knowledgeable
team members. You can also send us an email to find out more about our alcohol addiction treatments in Prescott.