Home Detox for Addiction to Barbiturates
Barbiturates are prescription sedatives-depressants that affect the central nervous system, and home detox is available in Texas for barbiturate addicts. Depressants act as “DOWNERS” slowing down the body and mind. There are over 2,000 known barbiturates, and abuse is relatively common in Texas. CNS depressants are one of the most dangerous substances to withdrawal from. The process of withdrawal from this type of substance in-take is extended for a period. It is better to get home detox, and be properly supervised.
How are they used?
There are usually swallowed or injected as similar effects are produced, they are abused as a substitute for alcohol. People use barbiturates to get a sense of euphoria and relation; however, it is illegal to take barbiturates without a doctor’s prescription and supervision, and addiction requiring home detox often results. Often they are used to counteract the unpleasant effects of illicit stimulants or to reduce anxiety and to treat narcolepsy. Home detox is often required when addiction occurs. On the streets, they are often used in combination with stimulants such as cocaine, amphetamines and crystal meth. Long-term effects include chronic tiredness, general un-coordination, vision problems, dizziness, slowed reflexes and response, sexual dysfunction, menstrual irregularities and breathing disorders.
Other types of Babiturates commonly used are:
- Amobarbital (Amytal)
- Secobarbital (Seconal)
- Fiorecet with Codeine
Street names/ Slang terms used for Babiturates are:
Barbs, Christmas Trees, Red Devils, Goof Balls, Pinks, Reds, Blues and Yellow Jackets.
Home detox is available from Angels of Victory to treat addictions to barbiturates. Please contact us for an initial free phone assessment at 1-877-66-DETOX.