Yes, Valium shows up as a benzodiazepine and is detected in many 5-10 panel drug testing kits. In fact, urine concentrations of metabolites are detectable for several days to weeks after last use of Valium. More here on drug testing for Valium.
Practical ways that you can start helping a Valium addiction NOW.
You can ask for help for Valium addiction FIRST from your prescribing doctor or family doctor. Other professionals who can help include psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and spiritual or religious leaders. More on getting help here.
It is difficult to OD on Valium. In fact, some people reported taking doses of up to 2000 mg Valium without serious effects. More on how to identify Valium overdose here.
Signs of physical addiction to (dependence on) Valium include constant drowsiness, fatigue, and ataxia. What other signs should you look for…and how is addiction to Valium treated? A concise review here.
When you snort Valium, you deliver high doses of diazepam to the brain almost immediately. What side effects occur? We explore here.
Doctors recommend tapering off Valium rather than a cold turkey Valium withdrawal. Learn why here. And inform yourself on best practices in getting off Valium.
Signs of Valium addiction include unsuccessful attempts to lower or stop dosing, in the face of negative life consequences of use. More Valium addiction signs here.
You treat Valium withdrawal symptoms by tapering Valium doses and with prescription antidepressants, when necessary? What’s the best way to withdraw from Valium? We review here.
Valium is abused anytime you take Ambien other than prescribed. Also, Valium abuse occurs when people chew, crush, or snort Valium. More on Valium abuse and its treatment gere.