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It would be nice if there was a magic pill that would help with debilitating nervousness. However, there is no such thing as a magic pill. But benzodiazepines come pretty close.

There are countless testimonies on YouTube of how benzodiazepines help people without causing addiction as long as moderation is practiced. With that being said, some people may develop more dependency to benzodiazepines than others. In my humble opinion, it all depends on the individual.

The article entitled “American Addictions Centers Want You To Know About The Dangers of Benzodiazepines” seems to be peer-reviewed and thus a reputable source of information because it is published under the direction of Dr. Lawrence Weinstein in The Medical Daily Times.

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The article begins by explaining how benzodiazepines work in the first place. The article states that benzodiazepines, or Benzos for short, work by increasing GABA, which is a chemical in the brain. According to the article, increasing GABA causes a slowing down of brain activity, thus producing a calming and a drowsy effect.

Right from the beginning, this article states that although the calming effect is great while it lasts, over a period of time a patient might have to increase their dose to achieve the same calming effect. The article refers to this need to take larger doses to achieve the same effect as developing a tolerance for the drug.

Also, in further explaining how the benzodiazepines affect the brain, the article claims that benzodiazepines cause what is called dopamine surges.

According to the article, dopamine surges can be defined as the brain seeking a repetitive pleasure in the drug, which has to do mainly with the neural connectivity in the brain. The article explains that these dopamine surges are the main root cause of addiction.

After explaining how the benzodiazepines work on the brain, the article goes on to state what patients should know about benzodiazepines.

The article warns that benzodiazepines can cause addiction, cognitive impairment and anxiety as a withdrawal symptom. The article also suggests considering other pharmaceutical alternatives as well as good old-fashioned therapy.

However, right from the beginning of the article, one finds what may seem as a blatant error to some. Namely, the article first provides a list of common benzodiazepines that are most often prescribed.

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Interestingly, aside from listing Valium, Xanax, Klonopin as members of the benzodiazepines family, this article also lists Ambien, which is not a benzodiazepine. According to my humble knowledge, Ambien is a non-benzodiazepine although it shares a chemical structure with them.

Long story short, after describing the dangers of benzodiazepines addiction, this article recommends attending a detox center.

However, this may not be feasible for everyone. These addictions detox centers are fairly expensive and are not affordable for the average person unless they have great health insurance.

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American Addiction Centers: Inspiration Comes In Many Forms

The AAC (American Addiction Centers) knows a thing or two about challenges. They see them all of the time at their many treatment centers. They see people come in that are in bad situations whether it is because they are addicted to drugs, alcohol, or another type of substance. They have seen people that were ready to give up and just say, “Forget it.”

They have turned those people into survivors that have a story to share with others about how they have overcome their addiction thanks to the AAC. It is where the AAC draws its inspiration from when it comes to their lawsuit against the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP).

They have been trying to ruin, damage, and destroy the good name of the AAC. Not too long ago, the AAC was helping out veterans that were coming back from the war and having difficulty adjusting to life back at home. They held a program for the veterans to help them out. They had group therapy. It really did help out the veterans, as they felt like they had someone they could talk to and someone they could confide in about what they were battling since coming home. Read more: American Addiction Center Reviews | Glassdoor and American Addiction Centers New Docuseries Unveils The Realities of Recovery

As far as the lawsuit, it is because the NAATP is trying to discredit the hard work the AAC has done. They have done a lot of underhanded things, which is why the AAC was left with no choice but to bring them to court and put an end to this, once and for all.

They want them off their back, so they can focus on their main duty, which is helping out those struggling with addiction. The NAATP went straight to Google to make sure the AAC could not advertise on their website. This trickled down into Facebook and Bing as well.

Needless to say, this has hurt their business, website traffic, and everything else. The NAATP is claiming the AAC is a bad actor when it comes to addiction advertising. This is a flat out lie, and it will be proven in court over time.

While this might have hurt the AAC in the moment, they will come back from this stronger than ever. Once again, they can draw inspiration from those that are in their treatment centers. They have fought back from addiction. They can lean on them and remember that they can beat this lawsuit just like the addicts beat their addictions.

The AAC wishes they never had to go through any of this mess in the first place, but they will learn from this and be stronger for it in the long haul. Everyone knows the AAC is as authentic as they come.

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