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Barbiturates Withdrawal



After taking barbiturates for some time, users become tolerant, requiring a higher dose or more frequent doses in order to feel the same effects. A dependence on barbiturates means that when the time comes to clean up and walk away from drugs, the process isn't going to be easy. Users experience withdrawal from barbiturates, an uncomfortable and unpleasant situation that requires medical assistance.

BetterAddictionCare understands your fears and concerns and can help you find a cost-effective solution. Working with your private insurance, we can search through our nationwide recovery network to find the right treatment center that will work best for you. You need a safe and comfortable place to get through the withdrawal symptoms of barbiturates and move on with your life. Call today to speak with a counselor. We know that there is no one solution that works for everyone. Instead, our work is individualized to the client, locating the top center to treat a barbiturates addiction for each person we help.

The amount of time it takes for withdrawal symptoms to show depends on the type of barbiturates consumed. For some, the effects will begin just 12 hours after the last dose. Others will not begin to feel the withdrawal until up to 48t hours after the last dose. Common withdrawal symptoms of barbiturates include:

  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia/nightmares
  • Increased levels of breathing
  • Increased heart rate
  • High fever
  • Tremors
  • Seizures

Addicts who attempt to go through withdrawal at home often run into problems. The symptoms become severe, and many give up and turn back to barbiturates to avoid the experience. The ideal barbiturate withdrawal treatment takes place in a facility with a highly trained medical staff that has experience in this area. Coupled with addiction counseling, alternative rehab programs offer more than just help getting off barbiturates. The goal of addiction recovery is to remove the drugs from the system now and then offer help for future instances when the cravings return. BetterAddictionCare can also help to set up a local support system for clients ready to head back home.

Whether you have experienced barbiturate withdrawal treatment before or this is your first time attempting addiction recovery, we can help you start healing. Inpatient centers near you are accepting new patients, offering you a customized program designed for success. You need a great place to transition from withdrawal from barbiturates to becoming drug-free. We find the right treatment plan for each client and offer 100% confidential services. Fill out our contact form to learn more.


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