Addiction Topic Keyword: Lorazep (p. 1 of 1)

  • Ativan Withdrawal

    Ativan Withdrawal

    Lorazepam is an anti-anxiety medication that may also be prescribed for a number of other medical conditions or illnesses. For example, it has also been indicated for use in the treatment of epilepsy, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, vomiting and nausea, alcohol withdrawal and similar types of conditions.
    The primary use for Lorazepam is to treat anxiety, however, because it is capable...

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  • Using Lorazepam to Detox from Alcohol

    Using Lorazepam to Detox from Alcohol

    Alcoholism is a very serious illness. Having a dependence on alcohol can endanger a person's life, and cause serious health complications. When a person has been drinking alcohol for a period of time, and tries to stop, they can experience painful alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Lorazepam for alcohol detox is a common medical approach to treat withdrawals.
    According to the U.S. National...

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  • Can You Take Ativan for Alcohol Withdrawal?

    Can You Take Ativan for Alcohol Withdrawal?

    If you or someone you know is addicted to alcohol, chances are that you are aware that alcohol withdrawal can be a physically and psychologically painful experience. Ativan is a medication belonging to the class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. It is often prescribed for treating anxiety disorders. A doctor can also prescribe a patient Ativan for alcohol withdrawal.
    According to the...

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