Ativan (lorazepam) rehab

Ativan, also known as lorazepam, is a type of benzodiazepine drug that is typically prescribed to treat anxiety, panic disorders and insomnia. Unfortunately Ativan is also commonly misused, and with benzodiazepine-related deaths climbing to record numbers in recent years, getting help for Ativan is more important than ever. Banbury Lodge offers a proven and effective Ativan rehab programme that can help you to get back on your feet.

Ativan rehab - group therapy

What can I expect from Ativan rehab?

By engaging in Ativan rehab at Banbury Lodge, you will have access to a wide range of treatment modalities in a treatment plan designed with our client’s needs in mind. Your Ativan rehab journey will focus on two main phases: detox and therapy.

Ativan detox

Ativan detox is the first hurdle you must overcome as you begin your journey towards a lorazepam-free life. This stage refers to the bodily process that expels traces of the drug from its system. It is possible that you will experience some unpleasant withdrawal symptoms during this time as your brain and body adapt to the absence of the drug, but our team will be on hand to ensure you remain comfortable.

Ativan therapy

After addressing your physical dependence on Ativan, you will next need to focus on the psychological reasons for your drug use. You can do this via therapy which will look at the underlying cause of your lorazepam use, as well as any co-occurring mental health disorders you may be experiencing.

Banbury Lodge offers a variety of different therapies, including:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
  • 12-step programme
  • Family therapy
  • Yoga and meditation
  • Art therapy
  • Sound therapy

Our rehab facility is dedicated to providing all-encompassing treatment that tackles both the physical and psychological, helping you towards a more sustainable recovery.

Do I need Ativan rehab?

Choosing to attend Ativan rehab can be a life-changing decision, but how do you know if it is the right time? It can be difficult to spot a problem in yourself, as your Ativan addiction will tell you that nothing is wrong. However, if you continue to take the drug despite the negative ramifications, it is a good idea to consult with your nearest Ativan rehab clinic.

Some questions that you may ask yourself include:

  • Have I tried to quit using Ativan on my own and failed?
  • Do I experience withdrawal symptoms when I try to quit or reduce my Ativan use?
  • Do I spend a significant amount of time thinking about Ativan or obtaining and using the drug?
  • Have I experienced negative consequences as a result of my Ativan use, such as relationship problems, financial difficulties or legal issues?
  • Have I lost interest in activities that used to bring me joy, such as hobbies or spending time with friends and family?
  • Has my Ativan use caused problems at work or school, such as poor performance or attendance?
  • Have I experienced physical health problems as a result of my Ativan use?
  • Do I feel like I need Ativan to function normally or get through the day?

If you have answered yes to any of the above questions, it is likely that lorazepam is starting to take control of your life. It is important to remember that you do not have to wait for rock bottom to get help – the sooner you start treatment, the easier your recovery will be.

Why is Ativan rehab important?

Despite its legitimate medical uses, lorazepam has the potential to be habit-forming and can have serious consequences when misused. Ativan rehab is one way to put a stop to the dangerous cycle of drug abuse and prevent physical and psychological damage.

Some of the benefits of lorazepam rehab include:

  • A safe and welcoming environment where you can heal
  • Therapy and counselling sessions that focus on you as an individual
  • Opportunity to develop coping skills and stress management techniques
  • A supportive community of peers who understand the challenges you are facing
  • Ability to develop healthy lifestyle habits
  • Improved quality of life and physical and mental wellness

Prescription drug rehab can help you feel empowered, enabling you to look forward to the future as you take positive steps to rebuild your life. It is an important resource that has helped many others gain freedom from lorazepam, and it can help you too.#

Ativan rehab - one to one therapy

Supporting a loved one’s Ativan rehab

If someone you care about is about to embark on an Ativan rehab programme, your support will be crucial to their recovery. Through proper research and preparation, you will be able to move forwards with confidence knowing you can do everything in your power to help your loved one on their journey.

Some important tips to remember when supporting a loved one in Ativan rehab include:

  • Educate yourself: Learn as much as you can about the lorazepam rehab process as this will help you to understand what your family member is going through.
  • Offer support and encouragement: Let your loved one know that you believe in them and are there to support them throughout their journey towards sobriety.
  • Be patient: Ativan recovery is a process that takes time and effort. Be patient and understanding with your loved one, and avoid pressuring them to make progress at a certain pace.
  • Avoid enabling behaviours: By providing money to buy Ativan, making excuses for their behaviour or covering up for your loved one, you could be enabling their drug use and prolonging their recovery from Ativan.
  • Be open to family therapy: Family therapy is an effective tool used in Ativan rehab. It can help you to communicate in a healthy way, set boundaries and repair fractured relationships.
  • Take care of yourself: Supporting a loved one through rehab can be emotionally taxing. Make sure to take care of yourself by seeking support from friends, family or a therapist.

Watching your loved one battle through benzodiazepine rehab can be a challenging and nerve-wracking time, but your dedicated support could make all the difference to their rehab success.

After Ativan rehab: relapse prevention

Completing Ativan rehab is a significant accomplishment, but it’s just the beginning of the journey towards long-term recovery. Relapse is a common concern for individuals in recovery, but there are steps that can be taken to prevent it. Some strategies for relapse prevention after Ativan rehab include:

  • Engage in an aftercare programme: By continuing with weekly therapy and attending support group meetings you will have access to ongoing support and guidance, as well as the opportunity to build connections with others in recovery.
  • Avoid triggers: Triggers are people, places, or situations that can increase the risk of relapse. Avoiding triggers or developing coping strategies to manage them can help prevent Ativan relapse.
  • Build a support network: Supportive friends or family members can provide a source of accountability and encouragement, vital for both the good days and the bad.
  • Practice self-care: Self-care is crucial in maintaining mental and physical health. This can include activities such as exercise, healthy eating, meditation or hobbies that promote relaxation and stress relief.
  • Create a relapse prevention plan: It is important to know what steps to take if you notice any signs of relapse. Your plan will be personal to you and could include coping strategies, trigger avoidance and someone to contact if you feel yourself slipping back into old Ativan habits.

While you can take steps to prevent lorazepam relapse, sometimes it is an inevitable part of recovery. In this case, you can use relapse as an opportunity to learn and grow as you continue working towards sobriety.

Why Banbury Lodge for Ativan rehab?

Banbury Lodge offers comprehensive medical care alongside extensive therapy techniques, all in a peaceful and supportive environment. All of our staff are in recovery themselves, so they have a deep understanding of the challenges you are facing and are driven to help others overcome their issues with substances like lorazepam. We strive to create a non-judgemental space where you can feel comfortable engaging in open and honest conversation – something that is vital for success.

Banbury Lodge is looking forward to welcoming you to our Ativan rehab programme. If you are ready to get started, or if you would like to ask any questions about our treatment plan, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Frequently asked questions

How long does Ativan rehab last?
Banbury Lodge offers Ativan rehab stays ranging from two weeks to twelve weeks. The length of your stay will depend on the severity of your drug abuse, however, we typically recommend a minimum of four weeks to ensure that you receive the maximum benefits from your stay.
How much does Ativan rehab cost?
The cost of Ativan rehab will depend on your own personal needs and the location and length of your stay. Please contact us to receive a direct quote.
What is the most effective therapy in Ativan rehab?
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment and so the answer to this question is subjective. Many of our clients find the community of group therapy beneficial, while others resonate more with CBT or EMDR. Banbury Lodge provides a comprehensive list of treatments so that you can discover what works best for you.
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