Barbiturates have four classifications: short, ultra-short, immediate and long-acting. Barbiturates that are abused over a prolonged period of time can cause serious side effects such as: memory lapses, mood swings, depression, poor judgment, and anger. A person who abuses barbiturates may lash out at a loved one in moments of irrational excitability, become prematurely irritable, succumb to depression and dark thoughts and suffer from an unhealthy lack of sleep. If you or your loved one exhibits these types of behaviors or warning signs, seek barbiturate detox immediately.
Seeking Barbiturates Detox
For Those Seeking Barbiturates Detox
What to Expect
What To Expect During Barbiturates Detox
Due to the highly addictive make-up of barbiturates and how long they last in a person’s body after they stop taking them, barbiturate detox should never be attempted by anyone on their own. The best choice for achieving a complete and safe recovery from barbiturates addiction is treatment in our state-of-the-art detox facility. Besides being your safest option, we will also make the withdrawal symptoms much more comfortable and manageable, which in turn will also help you to “stay the course” of your barbiturate detox treatment. Do not attempt any rapid detox or ultra rapid detox from barbiturates.