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Benzo Addiction Treatment

Benzodiazepines (benzos) are prescription medications used to treat seizures, insomnia, and anxiety. People use them illicitly as well. These drugs are highly addictive when someone uses them outside of the specific requirements of a prescription, putting people at risk for health complications, including overdose. For those with addiction, treatment is available. Our substance abuse treatment program at Next Wind Recovery can provide for all of your needs as you work to overcome this disease.

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Contact us to schedule a consultation or to make a referral for a loved one. At Next Wind Recovery, we offer high-quality drug and alcohol addiction treatment in a comfortable, supportive environment.

Who Needs a Benzo Addiction Rehab?

It can be hard to know when a rehab center is beneficial, especially if you are taking these medications as a way to treat a medical condition. However, there are some signs that a benzo addiction program may be helpful:

You have more than one prescription to benzos, or you’re engaging in doctor shopping.

Cravings begin for the drug before you should take your next dose.

Prescriptions run out before they should.

You are using prescriptions that are not written for you.

Benzos are not working as they did in the past. Your body needs more to feel the same relief.

Another critical component of addiction is the development of dependence. A person who is dependent is unable to stop using these drugs without feeling intense pain, discomfort, headaches, or anxiety. They may also crave the drug.

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Many people will benefit from benzo treatment that allows you to live at home. You’ll come in for treatment often, sometimes most days of the week. You’ll spend hours each day working on your health in individual and group therapy sessions. You’ll learn how to control negative thought processes and make better decisions. You may also learn how to manage stress better.

If you are ready to learn more about our benzo rehab in New Jersey, check out some of the programs and therapies we offer at New Wind Recovery. Through these resources and tools, you may be able to stop using these drugs for good, improving your health and building your confidence in your future and your health. Our team is here to answer all of your questions and provide you with insight into your options. Learn more about our programs, including:

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What Happens in a Benzo Addiction Rehab?

When you enroll in our benzo rehab in New Jersey, you begin to work on the underlying cause of the addiction. First, the team may use medications to help you safely detox from the drug. This process allows you to feel fewer cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Over time, your body adjusts to these medications until, finally, you can stop taking them all.

In addition to this, your benzo addiction program will likely include talk therapy. Working with individual and group therapy programs, you’ll learn more about your addiction. This may involve learning about triggers that may make you want to use. You’ll learn strategies for staying healthy and avoiding the need to use benzos.

For those using benzos for anxiety, your doctor and therapist will work together to offer other solutions to relieve your anxiety. You don’t have to use these addictive drugs to get through the day. They can help you to recover and feel good about your future fully.

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Next Wind Recovery is here to help you on your journey towards lasting freedom from drug & alcohol abuse. Contact us right now to speak to someone who’s been in your shoes and who can help. We truly care about the outcome of each and every person who contacts us.

Most major PPO & POS insurance plans will help cover up to 100% of the costs associated with treatment. Contact us now to get the healing you deserve.

At this time we are unable to accept Medicaid or Medicare plans.