Triazolam abuse is posing an increasingly urgent substance abuse threat in the United States. Better known as Halcion, triazolam is a benzodiazepine commonly used to treat anxiety, panic disorder, and sleep disorder. While it’s proven remarkably effective in the treatment of certain anxiety-related issues, triazolam can also be incredibly addictive and dangerous, particularly when mixed with alcohol. If you or your loved one is one of the thousands that have fallen victim to triazolam abuse, help is closer than you think. Call RU Encore today for comprehensive, music-based, long-term treatment.
Effects of Triazolam Abuse
Physical and Psychological Risks
Even moderate use of triazolam can lead to mild side effects. Prolonged and untreated misuse is likely to exacerbate these effects and lead to tolerance, which will ultimately lead to withdrawal symptoms. Some of the more common symptoms of triazolam abuse include, but are not limited to:
Shaking and Tremors
Joint and Muscle Pain
Nausea and Vomiting
Extreme Fluctuations in Mood
These symptoms are likely to worsen as abuse persists. It’s imperative that users experiencing these or any other effects consult their prescribing physician to adjust or curtail their dosage. If tolerance has developed, it might be necessary to seek professional treatment.
Treating Triazolam Abuse
Comprehensive, Music-Based Approach
Effective treatment of triazolam abuse includes medically supervised detox and withdrawal management followed by comprehensive rehab and behavior modification. RU Encore offers customized long-term treatment solutions for triazolam abuse that incorporates music-based therapy. Our goal is to treat patients as individuals rather than just a composite of their symptoms. Blending proven and effective treatment practices with state-of-the-art innovative techniques, we are committed to helping you and your loved one overcome addiction. Call us today at (844) 25-MUSIC.