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Middle East Residents find Effective Treatment for Valium Addiction at The Cabin Chiang Mai
Valium is a highly-addictive drug that, when misused, can have detrimental effects. Valium, also known as Diazepam, is a psychoactive drug in the benzodiazepine family. It is typically prescribed by doctors to treat anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, seizures, muscle spasms, restless leg syndrome and acute alcohol withdrawal. Valium increases GABA neurotransmitters in the brain that produce a sedative effect, causing drowsiness and muscle relaxation.Users can develop a tolerance to Valium in as little as a few weeks and need to increase their dosage to achieve the same result. Long-term use causes structural changes to the brain that impair one’s ability to naturally relax without the drug. Once a dependency has developed, users often mix Valium with alcohol or crush and snort the pills for added effect. Mixing Valium and alcohol can be potentially fatal and is one of the most difficult addictions to quit.
Valium addiction treatment at The Cabin Chiang Mai Arabic Treatment Centre consists of 2 main elements:
Valium has a long withdrawal period compared to other prescription drugs. Symptoms come in waves of varying severity. The intense effects of initial detox can last up to 3 days and subtle symptoms or rebound effects can last a month or more. Physical withdrawal symptoms from Valium include tremors, vomiting, convulsions, anxiety and sweating. Too sudden of a detox can lead to what’s knows as a brain rebound and can cause seizures.At The Cabin Arabic Treatment Centre, our team of doctors and nurses will closely monitor the reaction of each client and perform frequent medical check ups to ensure their safety. Under the supervision of Thailand’s top detox specialist, our team will utilize a Taper Down Detox Programme that includes the administration of specific detox medication.
Valium addiction is often a symptom of a co-occurring psychological disorder. It is important for valium addiction treatment to identify and treat any underlying factors that may have contributed to the addiction.
At The Cabin Arabic Treatment Centre, we have developed a unique programme called Recovery Zones that will identify and treat the addiction and psychological disorder in tandem. It is a unique counseling programme that uses a combination of individual and group counselling, a culturally-sensitive version of the 12 Step techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness exercises. Our team of counsellors and psychiatrists will teach you how to recognise and cope with your triggers and design an after-care plan to maintain sobriety. Recovery Zones helps our clients achieve holistic and sustainable recovery.
Our experienced addiction counsellors will also collaborate with you to develop a personalised exercise and nutrition plan to improve your physical and mental health.
The Cabin Chiang Mai offers treatment in both English and Arabic
The Cabin Chiang Mai offers world-class addiction treatment in both English and Arabic. Those clients seeking treatment in English attend our highly regarded and effective western programme. The programme is culturally sensitive and ensures confidentiality and complete privacy. Our expert western-trained counsellors work with some of Thailand’s best medical staff to ensure the highest level of treatment possible for all clients.
The same high standards apply to our Arabic language programme. Staffed by native Arabic speakers, the programme follows the same high standards of treatment and adheres to the strictest levels of privacy and confidentiality. The programme is culturally sensitive, family inclusive and offers Halal food and other culturally appropriate options.
Both centres offer comfortable accommodations consisting of private villas set amid lush tropical gardens. Chiang Mai is one of the world’s most-travelled tourist destinations, and all clients will have the opportunity to explore the magical city during their stay. It’s not hard to see why more and more Middle Eastern people are choosing The Cabin for their rehabilitation treatment.