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... hours after last dose taken. Most people express that detox feels like the worst flu they have ever had in their life. ... (0 replies)
... orry to be the bearer of bad news, but it is just the way it is with these drugs. And switching to Klonopin will make no difference, same drug, only more potent. Benzodiazepines are benzodiazepines. Get off the stuff if you are ready to. But you must want it. And you must be willing to hurt some. ... (14 replies)
... Is there anynoe here going thru hell trying to get off Rx benzodiazepines like valium, klonopin, xanax, or ativan and would like to talk about sx's and problems. ... (2 replies)

... macist their advice and they all looked at me like they thought I was insane! I then called the county drug and alcohol services and they put me through to their detox nurse. The nurse was very kind and didn't really have any advice cause she has never really had much experience with benzo withdrawals. ... (3 replies)
Benzo withdrawal
Feb 21, 2006
... Passion thank you for sharing your story. I hope that others will heed the warning. Benzos are VERY dangerous. Benzodiazepines alter brain chemistry and functioning in a major way. They are HIGHLY and RAPIDLY addictive drugs and among the most difficult drugs to stop. ... (17 replies)
... n in online research regarding benzodiazepine taper guidelines. Now that I think about it you could probably just disregard the drug bridging part of that benzo detox and perhaps just follow the taper reduction part.... ... (4 replies)
... No, but one's thinking is not very rationale during benzo WDs. Anyone absolutely having to discrete detox from benzodiazepine, please read, read, read...do your homework and plan your detox well...KNOW and manage your risks carefully. ... (5 replies)
... of drugs, benzodiazepines, that had almost killed my mother years earlier....TOTAL PANIC...researched the hell out of it....thank God I managed to develop a home detox plan to end it...but I went through pure hell in the detox. ... (14 replies)
Interesting?
Jan 31, 2004
... For many of us going through it benzo withdrawal is a hideous, protracted experience. Benzodiazepines damage our biochemical ability to quieten the nervous system and produce feelings of peace and calm. ... (11 replies)
... Darvocet. At the same time, I have been taking benzodiazepines for sleep, for close to a year now. I don't take Halcion anymore, now I take Restoril. This is the worst I have ever been with addiction. ... (6 replies)
... Biya, you CAN do it! Many others have, and so can you! Detoxing off of benzodiazepines requires a longer process, but it is a safer process for the type of drug it is. ... (19 replies)
... hours after last dose taken. Most people express that detox feels like the worst flu they have ever had in their life. ... (41 replies)
... e OPTIONS that worked for me and may help others. They are NOT recommendations. Each person's body chemistry and risks are uniquely theirs. Therefore, a personal detox plan needs to be developed by each person to meet their own unique needs in consideration of their own risks. ... (1 replies)
... onsider professional rehab assistance. Your situation is complicated by the fact tht you are taking high levels of several different drugs . It is difficult to detox from any one of them. In my opinion and personal experience, benzodiazepines are the hardest to detox from, followed by the Tramadol, followed by Vicodin. ... (6 replies)
... A taper is the only way to safely detox from Klonopin, Xanax, Valium....they are ALL Benzodiazepines with different half lifes....meaning that they stay in your system for different periods of time. ... (3 replies)
... Xanax is in a family of drug types called benzodiazepines and alters brain chemistry and functioning. It is a HIGHLY and RAPIDLY addictive drug. ... (21 replies)
... First of all, how long have you been clean and sober from EVERYthing? If you are still using something then all bets are off and you will prolong the bad feeling indefinitely. Secondly, as I have posted elsewhere, even after the W/D itself is up (5 - 10 days maximum), there is a rebound effect for up to thirty days. These are the basics: The withdrawal/detox itself... (10 replies)
... here is something I have found but will continue looking I will know the name if I see it and I know it was either in april or may that is was posting since that was my time quitting. this is from a different member not the one i was looking for but this might help some. Good luck Kim The withdrawal/detox itself will be over in 5 - 10 days. Those symptoms you describe... (12 replies)
... The withdrawal/detox itself will be over in 5 - 10 days. Those symptoms you describe are all typical and there is no shortcut to getting through them. My thoughts and prayers are with you. However, after the withdrawal itself, a person still undergoes a sort of "rebound effect" due to deprivation of narcotics which makes one quite weak and restless and susceptible to... (4 replies)
... days. Personally, I have concerns about that part of the Thomas Detox Recipe because of the high addiction risk history of BZDs, particularly with folks who abuse opiates. ... (58 replies)




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