Sleeping Pills Withdrawal

Sleeping Pills Withdrawal

Each user’s sleeping pill withdrawal period will vary based upon the scope and severity of their symptoms. The longer abuse persists, the worse the withdrawal period is likely to be. Some of the more common sleeping pill withdrawal symptoms include, but are not limited to muscle spasms, seizures, insomnia, delirium, anxiety, cravings, irritability and mood swings, depression, racing heart rate, excessive sweating, tremors, flu-like symptoms, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and joint pain. If you or someone care about have started experiencing these symptoms or any others related to your sleeping-pill use, talk to your physician or seek treatment immediately.

Ambien Withdrawal

Ambien is one of the most commonly abused types of sleeping pills in the United States. Abuse often starts with something as seemingly harmless as taking a friend’s pills to sleep through the night. While Ambien and other sleeping pills have proven to be an effective means facilitating sleep for millions of Americans, the drug is also extremely addictive and can lead to serious withdrawal symptoms. Ambien withdrawal is manifested through a variety of physical and psychological symptoms that can range from mild to severe, depending upon the user’s history. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and discreet Ambien withdrawal treatment.

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Lunesta Withdrawal

Lunesta is a commonly prescribed sleeping pill on which millions of Americans often rely to get a good night’s rest. While it has proven to be an effective sleep aid, Lunesta has also left many users experiencing withdrawal. Lunesta withdrawal develops when patients form a tolerance to the drug and is manifested through various physical and psychological symptoms that range from mild to severe. Although it is used to treat insomnia and other sleep disorders, Lunesta withdrawal can have a serious negative impact on sleep. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and Lunesta withdrawal treatment.

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Treating Sleeping Pills Withdrawal

It can be difficult to distinguish sleeping pill use from abuse and withdrawal is one of the clearest indicators of dependency. It’s important to monitor your own intake habits, as well as your loved ones’ to ensure that these pills are being taken in a manner consistent with the prescribing physicians’ instructions. Many never bother to get a prescription and wind up either accepting or stealing pills from their friends’ legitimate supply. Taking sleeping pills without a prescription can cause serious changes to the brain’s chemistry for which users may not be prepared. Sleeping-pill withdrawal should be treated through medically supervised detox. Recovery Unplugged offers experienced and qualified doctors and nurses to help our patients through the process. Call us today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB.

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