Sleeping Pill Addiction Treatment

How is a sleeping pill addiction treated?

Individuals who have been taking sleeping pills in high does over a long period of time may require sleeping pill addiction help through rehab in order to achieve sobriety and treat their addiction.

New Leaf Recovery offer a comprehensive sleeping pill addiction treatment and rehabilitation programme, which includes medical detox, residential rehab, aftercare and family support. Contact us today on 0300 999 0330 or fill out our online contact form.

Types of sleeping pills

There are two types of sleeping pills; those that you can purchase over the counter, or those that are prescribed. The different types of prescription sleeping pills include:

The different type of z-drug sleeping pills include:

  • Ambien (Zolpidem)
  • Lunesta (Eszopiclone)
  • Sonata (Zaleplon)

The effects of sleeping pills

The effects sleeping pills can have varies from individual to individual. However, common effects that sleeping pills can have include:

  • Lack of co-ordination
  • Hallucinations
  • Feeling dizzy or light headed
  • Reduced anxiety levels
  • Sleep involving no dreams

Sleeping pill addiction help and treatment rehab centre

New Leaf Recovery is a rehab centre based in Birmingham. We offer our residential rehabilitation programmes to individuals battling a range of addictions including sleeping pill addictions.

Our sleeping pill addiction treatment is tailored to your individual needs and addiction requirements. Call us today on 0300 999 0330 or fill out online contact form to start your recovery journey and get the sleeping pill addiction help you need.

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