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Last Updated on December 3, 2021 by Diane Ridaeus

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The benzo crisis is out … of … control, but we are pleased to see a growing trend toward seeking healthier lorazepam alternatives for mental wellness.

By its own nature, Lorazepam alternatives treatment must be designed specifically for the individual. An individualized approach for each client is crucial for success. At Alternative to Meds we know the “ins and outs” of benzos.

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You probably already know the horrors of this drug. Benzodiazepines are typically more difficult to withdraw from than heroin. And, trying to live life on benzos can be a tortured mess.
Please watch the videos you see here or call us to get hope about your situation.


Scientifically Proven Lorazepam Alternatives

proven holistic lorazepam alternativesFor people who have a hard time with anxiety, insomnia, or other symptoms and are intolerant to lorazepam side effects, are unresponsive to the medication, or are concerned about physical dependence, lorazepam alternatives can change your life.

How powerful is lorazepam? Lorazepam is so powerful, it is used as a “knock-out” drug by sex criminals and thieves — so powerful that it can render the victim unable to respond or flee. The drug is also highly addictive and has developed an increased street presence as a drug of abuse.1

We offer scientifically proven alternatives that are also powerful but in a good way. Our services are fundamentally non-drug-based (excepting the taper process) and these methods are designed to ease tapering off this medication. It is possible to safely transition to the use of effective, natural benzodiazepine alternatives. Prescription medication is not the only option — you do have other choices. Below is a list of some examples along with references to studies and clinical trials showing their efficacy.

Lorazepam Alternatives Include:

  • CBT 6,7
  • Managing symptoms with diet, using food choices free of pesticides & chemicals 8,9,10,11
  • Eliminate artificial sweeteners, caffeine, other stimulants 9-14
  • Test for and correct vitamin/mineral/micronutrient deficiencies 15,16,17
  • *Neurotoxin removal (mercury, lead, toxic mold, other pollutants) 18-28
  • Learned relaxation techniques 29-32
  • Herbal remedies – kava, passionflower, valerian, lemon balm, lavender, etc.33-41
  • Build a healthy microbiome — the “second brain” in the gut with prebiotics, probiotics, fermented foods — This is key to recovering natural mental health, despite it being largely ignored in most drug treatment centers.9.15

*Sibelrud et al.’s study showed evidence that higher anxiety, anger, and depression occur in women with mercury dental fillings.1

Why Choose Alternatives to Lorazepam?

Lorazepam’s side effects can be deeply troubling. Benzodiazepines have a high risk for addiction and cause severe and disabling withdrawal symptoms. Many individuals who end up on this medication would have likely preferred natural alternatives to lorazepam if these options had been made available to them. Drug regulators class lorazepam as a benzodiazepine and is FDA approved to treat anxiety and other symptoms. However, the risks of addiction, lorazepam withdrawal symptoms, potential overdose, memory impairment, slowed learning ability, and other severe side effects are well-established. 2,43,44

We offer the opportunity to get off medication comfortably and treat mental health naturally and effectively. The center also teaches doctors how to work with alternatives to benzos for their patients.

Benzodiazepines and GABA

stabilize brain chemistry All benzodiazepines are believed to act upon the inhibitory neurotransmitter called gamma-aminobutyric acid, or GABA for short.45

As covered in the video above, GABA is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. If you have not done so yet, watch the video for a better understanding of this subject. It makes a fascinating study.

Benzodiazepine drugs do not produce more GABA, but they do manipulate its transport in the body. GABA is inhibitory in nature, resulting in a calming of the brain. This may sound like a fairly straightforward cause-effect action, but exactly how this drug affects the complexities within the central nervous system and brain is not yet completely understood. A mega-complex pinball machine might make a very rough analogy. But it is thought to primarily affect two things that might explain the drug’s effects. Firstly, it is hypothesized that the synapse is made more permeable to GABA molecules. Second, lorazepam is thought to make calcium less available, which initiates a muscle relaxant effect. Over time, benzos make the synapse become less responsive to GABA, meaning more and more of the drug is needed for the same relaxation effect. This medication dependence phase is quite common in benzodiazepine treatment, especially when the period of drug use expands out to months or years. Then when the drug is discontinued, especially if done too rapidly, GABA levels will be low, (meaning high stimulation levels) and excess calcium (elevating stress, muscle contractions, seizures, and other reactions) will be high. This may explain, at least in part, why benzodiazepine withdrawal done improperly can be excruciatingly wretched.45,46,47,48,49

AVOID Cold Turkey Withdrawal

When an individual has been using this medication for a long time and desires to transition into a lorazepam alternatives treatment plan, they can experience physical withdrawal while the drug is leaving their system. Cessation can introduce many side effects including vomiting, convulsions, tremors, muscle cramps, and even seizures have occurred in individuals who stop the medication too abruptly. However, when a gradual taper is done correctly, it can be fairly uncomplicated and vastly more tolerable. Alternative to Meds Center uses treatments designed to significantly relieve withdrawal phenomena while this drug is leaving the system.

We can help you quit using lorazepam and live your life without residual anxiety and medication cravings.

Cleanse Neurotoxicity — Effective Alternative Treatment

Poisonous toxins like cleaning solvents can damage or irritate the nerves, and cause symptoms like anxiety.4

Clients at the center get tested for the presence of toxic poisons that may have accumulated in the body over time. The body stores toxins in fat tissues as a defense mechanism. These toxins can come from many sources, not just benzodiazepines. Chemical exposures occur too frequently in the workplace. A person can come into contact with pesticides used outdoors. Many personal care products and home cleaning products contain deadly pollutants. Preservatives or flavor enhancers that are used in processed food and chemicals used in water treatment can also leave a toxic residue behind. These toxins can be damaging to neurotransmitter function.

We believe that toxicity is imperative to address, as it can contribute significantly to problems encountered during benzodiazepine tapering. The solution we have found workable is to cleanse out the toxicity, along with treatments designed to strengthen neurotransmitter repair, before any major tapering. This softens and eases the withdrawal process considerably.

Medical Lorazepam Alternatives

Due to the severity of benzodiazepine withdrawal, extreme caution needs to be exercised when tapering an individual off of the drug as these effects can be severe and lingering.48,49

At Alternative to Meds, we provide medical lorazepam alternatives such as bridge medications when needed to help to ensure a safe and smooth taper. At the earliest opportunity, after stabilization, the person can successfully begin transitioning to lorazepam alternatives to manage their anxiety or other symptoms. Our drug treatment program not only focuses on relieving the pain and discomforts of coming off the drug but just as importantly, focuses on discovering the root causes of initial symptoms that led to benzodiazepine use. We work at discovering and correcting the underlying causes of anxiety, insomnia, panic attacks, or other symptoms that led a person to be medicated in the first place.

Overcoming Anxiety and Panic Disorders

natural alternatives for anxietyAnxiety and panic disorders are traditionally described as resulting from chemical imbalances in the neurotransmitters, and benzodiazepines are supposed to correct this imbalance. We wish it were that simple. The tranquilizing effects of drugs like lorazepam are thought to come from causing available GABA to remain suspended in the nerve synapse (see video for picture). These molecules of GABA would normally pass through to be continuously recycled along the CNS. Benzodiazepines prevent this from happening. The suspended GABA molecules become spent, and degrade into unusable waste products. Benzos do not create more GABA, so once the body’s stores of GABA have been used up in this way, everything will seem too stimulating for the person. This creates further complications in the chemistry of the brain and body. If a person took benzodiazepines to treat anxiety or panic attacks, this is where the symptoms would be prone to recur, or “rebound” and sometimes with a vengeance.50

Fortunately, Alternative to Meds does provide drug-free options for resolving panic and anxiety disorders. These same neurotransmitters can be influenced by natural substances and drug-free strategies for mental health,3,5 that not only lessen unwanted anxiousness but can also support manufacturing new GABA molecules. This can occur because we are enhancing natural functions in the body to work better, not artificial manipulation. Our medical staff members create customized plans for each client.

Natural Lorazepam Solutions

holistic lorazepam treatmentsWe find it ironic that these medications were prescribed to get rid of anxiety, insomnia, and panic attacks. But the same symptoms typically rebound — viciously — especially after long-term benzo use, but also in short term use, per studies done on the phenomenon.50 As discussed earlier, the center commonly finds through testing that the person is suffering from an accumulation of neurotoxins including toxic heavy metals and chemicals. Studies show that these can cause over-stimulation of the nervous system.4 This is often what leads to the initial use of benzodiazepines. Our alternative benzo programs include gentle taper methods, cleansing of neurotoxic accumulations, natural substances such as nebulized glutathione for neurochemical support, individual counseling, peer support, and relaxation techniques. Other therapies include a clean, well-designed diet, supplementation for neuro support and correcting deficiencies,5 acupuncture, mild exercise, massage, biotransformational sauna, art therapy, yoga, equine therapy, IV therapy, meditation, colon hydrotherapy, and more. One of the most fundamental actions is to rebuild a healthy microbiome so the microbiota-gut-brain axis is functioning, and supports mental wellness to the maximum.51,52

The scientific methods we use to discontinue medication and stabilize brain function have assisted thousands of our clients to become medication-free, and symptom-free. Our goal is long-term success for our clients, not temporary fixes. We offer safe, holistic, non-drug-based approaches to achieve balance and natural mental health. Please call us to find out more about what lorazepam alternatives at Alternative to Meds Center can do for you or your loved one.

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Originally Published Oct 30, 2018 by Diane Ridaeus


This content has been reviewed and approved by a licensed physician.

Dr. Samuel Lee

Dr. Samuel Lee is a board-certified psychiatrist, specializing in a spiritually-based mental health discipline and integrative approaches. He graduated with an MD at Loma Linda University School of Medicine and did a residency in psychiatry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle. He has also been an inpatient adult psychiatrist at Kaweah Delta Mental Health Hospital and the primary attending geriatric psychiatrist at the Auerbach Inpatient Psychiatric Jewish Home Hospital. In addition, he served as the general adult outpatient psychiatrist at Kaiser Permanente.  He is board-certified in psychiatry and neurology and has a B.A. Magna Cum Laude in Religion from Pacific Union College. His specialty is in natural healing techniques that promote the body’s innate ability to heal itself.

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