Benzodiazepines, or “benzos,” are a family of drugs that are used for a variety of psychiatric illnesses and ailments. They are used to relieve mild to extreme anxiety, heart attacks, epileptic seizures and even signs of withdrawal from other depressants of the brain and nervous system, such as alcohol. Benzodiazepines are commonly prescribed for short-term use because of their high propensity to induce addiction.
At New Hope Rehab Center, we help patients to create approaches to recovery. We manage to diagnose, recognize, treat and adapt to any issues and conditions for helping patients suffering drug addiction and psychological illnesses.