Benzodiazepines and use of benzos have been a huge problem from the beginning. If you do not want to read this article about benzodiazepine completely, read this:
The moment you start using benzodiazepines, you run a huge risk within a month to 6 weeks of becoming heavily addicted. If you still want to stop using the benzo’s, you are going to face an extremely annoying and usually long-term rehabilitation process. Are you already there? Is it a heavy burden? Get more info on a Flumazenil infusion treatment or at benzobuddies.org. You can also take a look at the American doctor Jennifer Leigh who keeps a blog called benzowithdrawalhelp.com or read this post with tips on help with addiction.
The danger of becoming addicted is therefore large and does not take a a lot of time. You also get rid of yourself on benzo’s, you are not yourself anymore. Indeed, you are no longer so anxious, no longer so stressed, no longer so fielded. Only, you are also no longer so happy, so exuberant and not so clearheaded anymore. That is why sooner or later you have lost yourself with benzodiazepines. And that’s why – I’m so far away…
Benefits of benzodiazepines
However, there are advantages to benzodiazepines in the short term. If you think short term think about a maximum of 6 weeks. Within those 6 weeks you have time to change your behavior, make a change in attitude to your life, perhaps through a behavioral therapy, a sleeping course, a mind-fullness coursee, a seduction course (e.g. www.datingdoctors.nl) a psychiatrist/psychologist to arrange sessions, or whatever. After those 6 weeks, you only step into a life with bigger problems than before you started with benzodiazepines.
Perhaps you do not even know what benzodiazepines are? Let me first tell the whole story.