Valium Rehab in Arizona
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Valium Addiction Treatment in Arizona
Valium is a prescription medication also known under the generic name diazepam. It belongs to a group of potentially addictive medications called benzodiazepines. Valium comes with a lower addiction risk than many benzos. Nonetheless, misuse of the medication can leave you or your loved one in need of an addiction treatment program. In many ways, treatment for Valium problems resembles other forms of substance treatment. However, it also differs in important respects.
Do you or your loved one need Valium addiction treatment in Arizona? Turn to the specialized resources of Terra Nova Behavioral Health. At our drug rehab in Prescott, we provide a truly personalized approach to addiction recovery. This approach combines our time-tested expertise with your input and active participation. The result is a customized program that helps you engage as much as possible in your quest for Valium sobriety.
Valium is classified as an anxiolytic benzodiazepine. This means that it has sedating effects that can ease the impact of serious anxiety. It produces these effects by slowing down your central nervous system. Not surprisingly, doctors often prescribe the medication as a treatment for anxiety disorders. You may also receive it as a treatment for muscle spasms produced by medical conditions such as:
- Cerebral palsy
- Stiff-man syndrome
In addition, doctors sometimes prescribe Valium to people withdrawing from alcohol in rehab programs.
Some benzos differ from each other in terms of their potency. They may also stay in your system for varying amounts of time. Why are these facts important? They have a significant impact on your addiction risks. Addiction typically occurs quickest in people who misuse benzos that combine two qualities:
- A high degree of potency
- Relatively quick passage through your system
In contrast, addiction forms more slowly in those who misuse less potent benzos and take longer to leave their systems. Valium is on the list of less-potent, longer-lasting medications. This means that it takes longer to get addicted to it than to a medication like Xanax (alprazolam). However, you still have a serious addiction risk if you repeatedly do such things as:
- Increase your daily Valium intake without approval from your doctor
- Use Valium like a recreational drug, not a medication
- Take someone else’s Valium
Want more information on Valium and its addiction potential? Talk to the professionals at Terra Nova Behavioral Health today.
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Valium ADDICTION AND ABUSE
Managing Withdrawal Before Enrolling in Our Valium Rehab Center
If you’re addicted to Valium, you will likely need to withdraw from its effects when you start rehab. That’s true because your brain has grown accustomed to the medication’s presence. When your Valium levels start to fall, you can experience a variety of negative mental and physical reactions.
You can stop taking some addictive substances all at once. However, this approach is never indicated for people affected by Valium addiction. Why not? Abrupt cessation of your medication intake can lead to major withdrawal symptoms.
Instead, Terra Nova’s select detox providers manage the withdrawal process by tapering off your Valium intake. During the tapering process, you gradually receive less and less of the medication. This gives your brain time to adjust as your Valium levels fall lower and lower. The end result is typically a significant decrease in withdrawal’s potential effects.
How long will it take you to withdraw from Valium? The specific timeline varies from case to case. Rough estimates range anywhere from two weeks to a couple of months. You may also need even more time to withdraw safely. One major factor in establishing your specific timeline is how much Valium is in your system when you start rehab. Other factors may also affect your outcomes. All management plans are customized to meet the needs of the individual.
Have more questions about arranging customized valium withdrawal management through Terra Nova? Consult us today to learn more about our inpatient rehab in Arizona.
Our Treatment Options for Valium Addiction
You may need multiple forms of help to recover during Valium addiction treatment in Arizona. Part of the focus falls on addressing the effects of addiction itself. In addition, you may need relief from the anxiety that your medication was originally intended to treat.
At Terra Nova, we can help you with both of these issues. All forms of benzo addiction recovery are based on a psychosocial approach that combines methods such as:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Improvement of your motivation to avoid misusing Valium
- Support for your efforts to control your valium cravings
- Instruction in how to solve day-to-day problems while still remaining Valium-free
- Support for your efforts to control your Valium cravings
This approach focuses on healing your whole person as you also overcome the effects of addiction. CBT can also play an additional important role. Namely, it can help ease the anxiety you once treated by taking Valium.
Depending on your needs, you may benefit from individual therapy or group therapy. Your plan may also include both group and individual sessions. Additional treatment resources we make available include:
- Family therapy
- Music therapy and other forms of experiential therapy
You can address severe Valium addiction by enrolling in our residential inpatient program. What comes next after you complete residential treatment? You reside at Terra Nova while receiving outpatient services from local experts who work as our recovery partners.
Talk to us today to find out more about how we provide Valium addiction treatment in Arizona.
Traveling to Terra Nova for Valium Addiction Treatment in Arizona
You’ll find Terra Nova’s valium rehab center in Prescott, AZ, at 545 S. Lakeview Drive. If you’re traveling from Phoenix, the 104-mile journey may take you anywhere from an hour-plus to a bit over two hours. The typical route is:
- I-17 N to AZ-69 N in Cordes Lakes (Exit 262)
- AZ-69 N to Fain Rd./AZ 89A S
- AZ 89A S. to S. Lakeview Drive
You can also travel by bus via Groome Transportation. Consult us today for more information on how to reach us for valium addiction treatment in Arizona.
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Terra Nova Behavioral Health’s valium rehab center takes a boutique approach to effective care. This approach combines the essentials of modern treatment with:
- Safe, comfortable surroundings
- An invigorating desert setting
- A client-first recovery model
- Well-appointed facilities that help you feel relaxed and at home
Together, these features help form an exemplary residential environment. Want to learn more about our holistic, immersive Valium recovery program? Contact us today to gather further details or set up a tour of our Prescott facility. We’re also standing by to answer any questions you may have about the admissions and enrollment process.