Diazepenes

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Benzodiazepines is prescribed for anxiety treatment. The general names of the drug are Klonopin, Diazepam, Xanax, Ativan, and Clonazepam. The addiction to this drug can become so strong that users may find it extremely difficult to avoid. Some people use these drugs in very large amount. Mostly individuals who are addicted to opiate are also addicted to benzodiazepines.

Benzodiazepine addiction is very severe and its withdrawal can be life menacing. Major Seizures can occur if the proper Detox protocol is not administered. There are a lot of drug manufacturer warnings associated with the usage of these drugs. It should never be used as a detoxification agent for other benzodiazepine. This could lead to stern side effects.

The most safe and humane way to treat this drug addiction is to slowly withdraw a patient from these drugs under careful medical supervision in order to prevent serious complications. This withdrawing process could take a week, a month, or even longer, depending on the usage.

Mechanism of benzodiazepines

The human brain consists of many diverse neurotransmitters which continuously function for transmitting messages between brain cells. These messages have either excitatory or tranquilizing effects.

When a person feels extremely nervous, brain becomes over-active and excited. In this situation, the tranquilizing transmitters quickly send messages to brain cells to reduce anxiety and slow down the rapid brain activity.

Billions of brain cells respond to signals of brain’s tranquilizing neurotransmitter.
Benzodiazepines work by improving the effect of the neurotransmitters. This drug contains chemicals which provide the calming effect in the human body. It basically keeps the brain in a more tranquilized condition.

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