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This is a list of the most common Benzodiazepines you will most likely be prescribed by your physician or psychological therapist as sedatives, hypnotics, anxiolytics, anticonvulsants and muscle relaxants. Benzodiazepines also known as “Benzos” are the most prescribed medication globally, and are categorized as short, intermediate and long- acting. Benzodiazepines work by increasing the efficiency of a natural brain chemical, GABA, to decrease the excitability of neurons.
This reduces the communication between neurons and, therefore, has a calming effect on many of the functions of the brain. In most cases, they will be prescribed for alcohol dependence, seizures, anxiety disorders, panic, agitation, and insomnia. However just like all chemical that is not natural to our organism, these drugs will produce dependency and tolerance.
Our brain produces the effects that “benzos” enhance, but once the uses of these substances comes in play our brain will become adapted and the production of our natural Gaba will decrease to a stop. The side effects after the interruption of “Benzo” use is considered one of the most dangerous along with alcohol withdrawal, due to the direct interaction with the nervous system and in most cases, can result in severe and traumatic withdrawal.
Benzodiazepine withdrawal is usually irritability, sweating, depersonalization, de-realization, hypersensitivity to stimuli, depression, suicidal behavior, psychosis, seizures, delirium tremens, and in worst of cases, death when poorly managed. When treated with western medicine, the recommendations for taper of benzodiazepines can consist of a long period for example 6 months to be completely off them. At our alternative care center, we focus on regaining your overall health and stabilizing your chemical levels, so that your body may permit coming off the benzodiazepines without harm. Now it is important to know that Ibogaine is not 100% effective in treating benzodiazepine dependences, but with our 30-day protocol and combined with Ayahuasca the result has shown to be 100% positive.
Our protocol will effectively return your organisms health, purge your neurotransmitters from saturated chemicals, regulate your Gaba production to regain mental stability and will produce a sustainable emotional state. Our care protocol that consist of continuous treatments, plays an important role in preparing you for our Ibogaine and Ayahuasca Ayahuasca protocols, and our 100% licensed staff will secure your safety as you come off these dangerous chemicals.
The minimum stay at our Alternative care center for Benzodiazepines dependency:
30-day treatment with Combined Ibogaine and Ayahuasca protocol