Sacramento’s Private, Luxury Benzo Detox Facility

Call us for a confidential consultation to speak with an admissions coordinator and start your benzo detox and recovery today. Diamond House Detox in Sacramento 9Elk Grove), CA can provide you, or your loved one with a comfortable and safe medical environment to wean off of benzodiazepine. We offer same day placement 24 hours a day along with a free insurance verification. Start your recovery today.

How to start

1. Call our admissions coordinators on our 24 hour hotline (800) 205-6107 or contact us through our contact forms.

2. Allow our insurance verification team to find the lowest out of pocket cost detox center. Or arrange payment plan options.

3. Take a clinical intake assessment over the phone. This allows our nurse to address your addiction & mental health needs.

4. Start treatment.

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Benzo Detox is the First Step to Recovery

Benzodiazepines are psychoactive drugs, or habit-forming medications for the treatment of anxiety and panic attacks. In addition to being habit-forming, these are most commonly prescribed for the treatment of various stress-related conditions, such as insomnia, anxiety disorder, sleeplessness, epilepsy, muscle relaxant, surgery and even alcohol withdrawal because they provide sedation and help release stress. Also referred as “benzos,” benzodiapine drugs are traded under the names of Xanax, Ativan, Valium, Klonopin and Librium.

Don’t Let Benzo Addiction Risk You Health

Since these are frequently abused due to their availability and sedating effects, over time their chronic use can cause dependence and withdrawal. The abrupt stop can cause symptoms of withdrawal such as anxiety, insomnia, headaches, tremor, irritability, restlessness, nightmares, abdominal pain, muscle aches and lack of appetite. Other severe withdrawal symptoms may include delirium, seizure, confusion and delirious behavior.

Benzo Detox: What to Expect

In benzodiazepine detoxification, our doctors may require the patient with overdose, misuse or severe addiction to benzodiazepines to undergo a medical assessment to identify the level of drug addiction. The procedure is vital because it guides the rehabilitation team to develop the right treatment care program, helping the patients achieve full recovery.

Short acting benzodiazepine withdrawal usually begins 1-2 days after last use, while long acting benzodiazepine withdrawal can begin 2-7 days after last use.

Withdrawal symptoms can last anywhere from 5 to 28 days depending on the history of use. The withdrawal is normally painful, but not always life-threatening. Therefore, the patient going through the withdrawal is recommended to seek medical attention for better management and monitoring of its symptoms.

Symptoms may include:

  • sleep disturbance
  • irritability
  • increased tension and anxiety
  • panic attacks
  • hand tremor
  • sweating
  • difficulty with concentration
  • confusion and cognitive difficulty
  • memory problems
  • dry retching and nausea
  • weight loss
  • palpitations
  • headache
  • muscular pain and stiffness
  • hallucinations
  • seizures
  • psychosis
  • suicide
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Our 100% Private Benzo Detox Program Saves Lives Every Day

The overall treatment aims to pacify withdrawal symptoms, prevent complications and begin addressing abstinence. That is why Benzodiazepine detoxification involves taking benzodiazepine, and continuing to decrease and taper off the dose, while managing symptoms of the withdrawal.

Benzodiazepine detoxification involves taking a benzodiazepine and continuing to decrease and taper down the dose to manage symptoms of withdrawal.

Goals of treatment are to address withdrawal symptoms, prevent complications, and begin to address abstinence.

 

We’re Available 24/7. Call Our Benzo Detox Hotline Now!

If you or your loved one is addicted to benzodiazepine, or if you would like more information on the treatment programs we recommend, call us today. We will perform an evaluation over the phone to help you find an benzodiazepinel detox center that will meet your specific needs. In most cases, we can get you placed in treatment the same day you call. Don’t wait – call us today and let us help you get started on the path to recovery.

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