Drug Withdrawal

Benzo Withdrawal

When you or someone else is addicted to a benzo, a benzo withdrawal syndrome may occur at some time. Benzo withdrawal syndrome is a specific classification of symptoms that are associated with the addiction. This part of the addiction can be very scary and life-threatening, which is why we suggest contacting our office to speak with one of our trained medical staff to help guide you through and towards a program that will help you ease out of this syndrome. A benzo withdrawal syndrome includes symptoms such as seizures, loss of control over muscles in the body, cognitive and neurological impairments and confusion. [Click Here to Read More]

Morphine Withdrawal

Withdrawal from morphine is not a life-threatening thing, but the individual experiencing these withdrawals may become uncomfortable and experience significant feelings and bodily changes. Treatment for morphine addiction in Florida with A1 Behavioral Health is an excellent option to consider. In this article, we will be discussing some of the withdrawal symptoms associated with morphine addiction and several of the questions you might have regarding the process of overcoming a morphine addiction. [Click Here to Read More]

Opiate Withdrawal

The first week of withdrawal from an opiate addiction can be one of the most difficult experiences and journey that you will ever embark on. Taking on an opiate detox plan at a facility such as A1 Behavioral Health is a very crucial and important step to becoming sober and taking back the life you once led. In this article, we will be discussing the withdrawal timeline, and what you might expect from an opiate detox with the associated withdrawal symptoms within a week’s time. [Click Here to Read More]

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