Clorazepate (Tranxene) addiction is the unusual desire for the drug when you are feeling no pleasure from the regular dosage. It mainly happens with clorazepate abuse, such as being too dependent on it or not using it according to your doctor’s recommendation. Clorazepate addiction symptoms may also appear as the medication’s withdrawal symptoms and side effects.
What Is Clorazepate
Clorazepate is clinically available under the name Tranxene. It is widely used as a hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic drug, and premedication. Physicians also prescribe it to treat anxiety, skeletal muscle, and central nervous system distress. It is primarily used to treat alcohol withdrawal symptoms and epilepsy.
Indications for Use
Clorazepate is usually used for the following medical purposes:
- Anxiety-related disorder
- Acute alcohol withdrawal
- Panic attack
- Epilepsy and partial seizures
Clorazepate refers to long-acting benzodiazepines. These are the substitutes for Clorazepate:
The Effects of Clorazepate Abuse
The side effects of clorazepate abuse may be short- or long-term. It depends on whether it is due to overdose, missed doses, or withdrawal symptoms.
- Liver problems
- Slurred speech
- Trouble breathing
- Blurred vision
- Mood swings
- Liver failure
- Memory problems
- Imbalance of hormones
- Weight gain/loss
Symptoms and Signs of Tranxene Use
- Lack of bladder control
- Upset stomach
- Muscle weakness
- Skin rash
- Impaired motor functions
- Eating and swallowing problems
- Dry mouth and cough
- Difficulty staying awake
- Cognitive impairment
- Relationship problems
- Unusual sadness, excitement, happiness, and anger
Tranxene Addiction Treatment Options
At an addiction rehabilitation treatment center, health experts will examine your mental and physical behavior and suggest a medical procedure.
Medical Treatment for Tranxene Addiction
Tranxene addiction treatment usually takes place at a rehabilitation center, where doctors detoxify the patient’s body from the drug’s effects with psycho-stabilizers and withdrawal therapy. They replace it with other drugs that are not habit forming and gradually stop the drug.
Inpatient Treatment vs. Outpatient Treatment for Tranxene Addiction
Both inpatient and outpatient treatment are equally beneficial for drug addiction.
During inpatient treatment, the patient is kept under the strict supervision of the hospital staff or a healthcare expert 24/7. The patient is able to focus fully on their treatment plan without distractions. It has higher success rates, and the patient should live a normal life after that.
During outpatient treatment, the patient can continue their employment, live with their family, and have the freedom to continue with the routine. Patients rely mostly on medication and counseling. It is also effective to treat Clorazepate addiction, but the patient may experience anxiety or depression, which can be managed.
Process and Stages of Clorazepate Addiction Treatment at Dr.Vorobjev Clinic
At Dr.Vorobjev Clinic, we help you with a complete treatment plan, including diagnosis, detoxification, and a final assessment.
Diagnosis of Clorazepate Addiction
The doctor may ask you questions about your medical history, drug interactions, and triggering factors. The doctor will also carefully examine your blood sample toxicology and other reports, before recommending a treatment plan.
Clorazepate Detoxification Treatment
The patient is provided with a regular dosage of medicines and infusions under medical supervision. Our healthcare staff will monitor the patient for signs of depression, pain, withdrawal symptoms, or a need for drugs. The aim of the treatment is to make sure the patient can live a drug-free life.
After successful detoxification, follow-up behavioral and group therapies recommended. During these sessions, we mainly focus on mental addiction therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and psychological counseling. We encourage patients to attend group therapies and community support groups for strong mental stability and motivation.
Average Length of Clorazepate Addiction Treatment
Relief comes as soon as the detoxification process starts, but the recovery time depends on many factors, including willpower, family support, and treatment plan.
Effectiveness of Treatment for Clorazepate Addiction
Clorazepate addiction treatment is a necessary and effective method to get rid of this addiction. It helps patients to get independence from drug use and live a normal life with stable thoughts and a healthy body.
Cost of Clorazepate Addiction Treatment
The price of a treatment plan varies and generally depends on many factors, such as the number of counseling sessions and the duration of the rehabilitation period. Outpatient treatment may also cost less than inpatient treatment. Treatment plans usually start from 2,700 €.
Our healthcare team and staff are highly qualified, skilled, experienced and compassionate in treating drug addiction, and their health services focus on promoting wellness. Our certified doctors and nurses include physiotherapists, psychiatrists, neurologists, addictionologists, psychologists, and intensive care specialists.
Patents and Certificates
Our rehabilitation center provides very effective treatment plans. We hold drug, alcohol, and addiction counselor certifications and are proud of our mental health and well-being services. All our doctors and nurses are qualified and certified by well-reputed institutes.