Life without Lorazepam is Possible

Don't let benzos steal your life

 

 

 


Too many people innocently start Lorazepam to ease anxiety or assist with sleep, having no idea how addictive it is. Tyring to just stop Lorazepam can wreak havoc on every system of the body and nervous system. Even small doses taken for short periods of time can cause severe dependence. 

Lorazepam is a high-potency and short-acting Benzodiazepine that has a high physical addiction potential and tolerance to the original dose can happen more rapidly than longer acting Benzodiazepines.  It is estimated that one-third of individuals treated for longer than 4 weeks will suffer from Benzo Addiction. 

Like all Benzodiazepines, Lorazepam withdrawal can be a horrific experience. Tapering alone often isn’t enough, as most need help to calm the benzo fire to ease withdrawal symptoms. For more information about benzodiazepines click here or to learn more about our tapering program, click here.

If you’d like our help to escape Lorazepam Addiction, send us a confidential inquiry or call tollfree 866.605.2333. 

You don’t have to suffer unnecessarily. As Lois P. from North Carolina stated, This program is truly a miracle & I don't even know how I found it. “



 

 



 

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Lorazepam abupt discontinuation symptoms may include:

Abrupt discontinuation of treatment may be accompanied by extreme withdrawal symptoms including headaches, terror, increased anxiety, fear, depression, insomnia, restlessness, confusion, irritability, sweating, rebound phenomena, extreme fatigue, dizziness, derealization or depersonalization, over-sensitivity to sound, numbness/tingling of extremities, hypersensitivity to light or noise, physical contact/perceptual changes, involuntary movements, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, hallucinations/delirium, convulsions/seizures, abdominal cramps, muscle pain, agitation, heart palpitations, tachycardia, panic attacks, over-responsive reflexes, short-term memory loss, and elevated or lowered body temperature.

Lorazepam side effects may include:

dizziness, sedation (excessive calm), unsteadiness, weakness, agitation, change in appetite, depression, eye function disorders, headache, memory impairment, mental disorientation, nausea, skin problems, sleep disturbance, stomach, intestinal disorders, tolerance and dependency. abdominal pains, aching, agoraphobia, anxiety, blurred vision, body vibrations, changes in perception, diarrhea, distended abdomen, feeling of unreality, flu-like symptoms, flatulence, food cravings, hair loss, heart palpitations, heavy limbs, increased allergies, increased sense of smell, insomnia, lethargy, loss of balance, metallic taste, muscle spasms, nightmares, panic attacks, paranoia, persistent & unpleasant memories, severe headaches, shaking, short term memory loss, sore mouth and tongue, sound & light sensitivity, speech difficulties, sweating, suicidal thoughts, tinnitus, unusually sensitive, fear




Lorazepam Withdrawal Symptoms May Include:




abdominal pains, aching, agoraphobia, anxiety, blurred vision, body vibrations, changes in perception, diarrhea, distended abdomen, feeling of unreality, flu-like symptoms, flatulence, food cravings, hair loss, heart palpitations, heavy limbs, increased allergies, increased sense of smell, insomnia, lethargy, loss of balance, metallic taste, muscle spasms, nightmares, panic attacks, paranoia, persistent & unpleasant memories, severe headaches, shaking, short term memory loss, sore mouth and tongue, sound & light sensitivity, speech difficulties, sweating, suicidal thoughts, tinnitus, unusually sensitive, fear

Understanding Lorazepam?

(Ativan, Temesta, Lorabenz)

Lorazepam is a short-acting, high-potency benzodiazepine with a high addiction potential. It is only recommended for short-term use (less than 2 weeks) because tolerance can occur after even short-term consecutive use. The benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome includes rebound insomnia, anxiety, fear, pain, agoraphobia and the inability to engage life. The symptoms can be mild to extreme and include seizures if abruptly discontinued or reduced too rapidly. Lorazepam, and all benzodiazepines should be withdrawn by a gradual dose reduction. 



Lorazepam is a short acting benzo that is highly addictive and challenging to stop. Tapering slowly, eliminating interaction items and properly supporting the nervous system are all important elements to control Lorazepam Withdrawal and make withdrawal from Lorazepam more comfortable. Let our non-profit help you!

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People We've Helped

I am now off the Ativan. I felt great and did a slow taper.

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"I was skeptical in the beginning, but I can tell you every person at POR is a kind, compassionate guardian angel that will guide you and keep you safe and reassured during the process of withdrawal." -Bobby S., (Florida) Ativan (Lorazepam)

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