Duration Of Ativan Withdrawal
Being a part of benzodiazepines, Ativan has an addictive potential. And, when you quit the medication, you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms from Ativan. How long does Ativan withdraw last? We review in our infographic where you can also find specific symptoms and time of their occurrence.
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Ativan Withdrawal Timeline
Withdrawal from Ativan may last from several days to few weeks, and even months after the last drug intake. The first Ativan withdrawal symptoms happen when the last dose of Ativan fades away, and its peak occurs 48 – 72 hours after the dose.
What can you expect during Ativan withdrawal? We explain below in the detailed Ativan withdrawal schedule:
24-72 hours after the last Ativan dose:
4-7 Days of Ativan Withdrawal:
Week 2 of Ativan Withdrawal Symptoms:
Week 3 of symptoms of Ativan withdrawal:
How Long To Withdrawal From Ativan?
The length of Ativan withdrawal is different from each individual, and it depends from various factor such as:
Long-term Atvan users may experience protracted acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS) which may last for a longer period of time. Some symptoms of Ativan PASW include:
How to address Ativan withdrawal and addiction? The safest way to manage withdrawal from Ativan is under medical supervision where you can get all support you need.
Ativan Withdrawal Timeline Questions:
Are you or a loved one facing Ativan withdrawal? Don’t wait until it’s too late! Call our 24-hour hotline at 1-877-736-9802 for more information about your treatment options.
If you still got any questions, feel free to write them in the comments section at the end. We will try to respond promptly and personally.
Reference sources: Medline plus: When you feel like changing your medicine
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