2nd Global Conference on

Addiction Medicine,
Behavioral Health and Psychiatry

October 21-23, 2021 | Online Conference

Sedative Drug Abuse & Addiction Detox

Sedative Drug Abuse & Addiction Detox

Part of the reason sedatives are so intensely controlled is that they can be profoundly addictive. They can cause individuals to become dependent on them past their control. It's imperative to use caution when utilizing these solutions to avoid reliance and addiction. People encountering narcotic, sleep inducing, or anxiolytic.

Withdrawal may experience:

  • Sweating.
  • Increased heart rate.
  • Hand tremor.
  • Insomnia.
  • Nausea or vomiting.
  • Visual, material, or sound-related hallucinations.
  • Anxiety.
  • Seizures.

Sedative drugs incorporate benzodiazepines, barbiturates, and other resting pills. These are commonly endorsed for a sleeping disorder and other rest issues and are moreover utilized for uneasiness, either generalized or for freeze attacks.

Committee Members
Committee Member at Addiction Medicine Conference - Frederick J. Goldstein

Frederick J. Goldstein

American College of Clinical Pharmacology, USA
Addiction Conferences 2021

Radu Mutihac

University of Bucharest, Romania
Committee Member at Addiction Medicine Conference - Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel

Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel

Curry College & NEALAC Clinic, United States
Addiction 2021
Addiction Conferences 2021

Eric Garland

University of Utah, USA
Keynote Speaker for Addiction Conferences 2021 - Frederick J Goldstein

Frederick J. Goldstein

American College of Clinical Pharmacology, USA
Keynote Speaker for Addition Conferences 2021 - Deni Carise

Deni Carise

University of Pennsylvania, United States
Addiction Conferences 2021 Speaker

Elizabeth Dale Gilley

The Elle Foundation, USA

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