Valium withdrawal symptoms include anxiousness, insomnia, and depression. More here on Valium withdrawal symptoms and what to expect during detox from Valium here.
Gradual dosage tapering is suggested when you want to stop taking Valium. There is a risk of inducing seizures during benzodiazepine withdrawal – one of the reasons you should always seek medical attention when you want to stop taking Valium. More here.
Valium users develop a tolerance to Valium within a week of regular or frequent use. Learn more about developing a tolerance to Valium and the connection between tolerance, physical dependence and addiction here.
Smoking Valium can cause low blood pressure, confusion and hallucinations. Explore how smoking Valium affects your body and just how safe smoking Valium really is here.
Valium (diazepam) is an anti-anxiety medication prescribed in doses betwen 2 and 10 mg several times daily. More on Valium dosage, cost, and prescriptions here.
While it is difficult to overdose on Valium alone, there are risk associated with taking large amounts of the drug. More on how much Valium is safe for you and Valium overdose here.
Valium lasts and will affect you for about 4-6 hours, although Valium stays in your system considerably longer. Learn more about Valium dosing, dangers, and more here.
Valium works by slowing brain activity, helping curb anxiety. More on Valium action and duration times, as well as what make Valium work better here.
YES. Valium is addictive. In fact, you can even get addicted to diazepam when Valium is prescribed by a doctor. We review what Valium is made of, and how you get addicted to Valium here.
Taking too much Valium in terms of overdose levels requires very high amounts of Valium in the system. More on Valium overdose and safe dosing inside.