Librium Abuse and Addiction

Effective Treatment and Management of Symptoms

Librium is a prescription sedative used to treat anxiety and alcohol withdrawal symptoms. The original brand-name version of chlordiazepoxide, Librium is only available with a physician’s prescription and should not be taken in a manner inconsistent with your doctor’s orders. Librium abuse often starts with patients taking more of the drug than was originally prescribed or at more frequent intervals. This level of misuse can very quickly lead to tolerance and a variety of physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. RU Encore is ready to help you or your loved one overcome Librium abuse and addiction. Call us today to start the healing process.

Physical and Psychological Effects of Librium Abuse

Physical and Psychological Effects of Librium Abuse

What to Expect

Librium abuse, along with that of all other types of benzodiazepines, leads to a variety of physical and psychological health issues. These effects will vary based upon the amount and frequency of abuse, but can often include:

  • Confusion and Disorientation
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Fatigue and Drowsiness
  • Changes in Personality
  • Irritability and Aggression
  • Excessive Sweating
  • Rapid Heartbeat
  • Shaking and Tremors
  • And More

These effects are likely to worsen the longer abuse persists. If you’re experiencing these or any other effects, contact your physician immediately to mitigate the onset of any further damage. Librium is not meant to be taken on a regular basis.