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Ativan (Lorazepam)

Ativan (Lorazepam)

Description
Ativan is the trade name for a prescription drug called lorazepam, a medication that belongs to a family of tranquilizers called benzodiazepines.

Ativan is prescribed for several important reasons, including the treatment of anxiety, sleep disturbances, muscle spasms, alcohol withdrawal, and seizure disorders. But Ativan can be habit-forming if it is taken for nonmedical reasons or if the user takes more than the prescribed dose.

Over the long-term, Ativan abuse can have a negative impact on an individual’s physical, psychological, and emotional health, as well as on the quality of home life and relationships. When Ativan use becomes addiction, professional detox and rehab can help individuals safely withdraw from the drug and regain control over their lives.

Health Risks

Because Ativan is a legal, frequently prescribed medication, many people have the false impression that this drug is “safe”compared to illicit drugs like meth or heroin. However, when Ativan is abused, this medication can be as harmful as any other substance. As a central nervous system depressant, lorazepam slows down the functions of the brain and body. Electrical activity in the brain and nerves slows down after the user takes Ativan, which affects cognitive function, learning, memory, response times, and reflexes.

Although Ativan does not typically cause severe suppression of the respiratory or cardiovascular systems, a fatal overdose can occur when the drug is combined with other central nervous system depressants.
Physical and Mental Health Effects

Ativan (Lorazepam)

Description
Ativan is the trade name for a prescription drug called lorazepam, a medication that belongs to a family of tranquilizers called benzodiazepines.

Ativan is prescribed for several important reasons, including the treatment of anxiety, sleep disturbances, muscle spasms, alcohol withdrawal, and seizure disorders. But Ativan can be habit-forming if it is taken for nonmedical reasons or if the user takes more than the prescribed dose.

Over the long-term, Ativan abuse can have a negative impact on an individual’s physical, psychological, and emotional health, as well as on the quality of home life and relationships. When Ativan use becomes addiction, professional detox and rehab can help individuals safely withdraw from the drug and regain control over their lives.

Health Risks

Because Ativan is a legal, frequently prescribed medication, many people have the false impression that this drug is “safe”compared to illicit drugs like meth or heroin. However, when Ativan is abused, this medication can be as harmful as any other substance. As a central nervous system depressant, lorazepam slows down the functions of the brain and body. Electrical activity in the brain and nerves slows down after the user takes Ativan, which affects cognitive function, learning, memory, response times, and reflexes.

Although Ativan does not typically cause severe suppression of the respiratory or cardiovascular systems, a fatal overdose can occur when the drug is combined with other central nervous system depressants.
Physical and Mental Health Effects

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