When will I feel better?

Withdrawal symptoms vary from person to person, several people have no symptoms at all, while some people experience varying degrees of discomfort. Many people notice they are feeling better while on a low dose and other people feel better when the medication is no longer in their system.

Withdrawal symptoms will pass in time, we will encourage you to accept this as a positive sign that you are getting better and with our ongoing support hopefully will become easier.

Below are some testimonials from clients who are now dependence free:

Just wanted to drop you a line to let you know that I’m still 100% benzo-free, and have no symptoms left- they all disappeared within the first two or three weeks after my last dose. Everything is going great, I even got back to training martial arts recently.

Thank you so much for all your help. I’m not sure I would’ve been able to do it on my own, certainly not on street pills.
I wish you all the best in the future. You’re doing tremendous work, with huge positive impact on people like me. However often you’re told that, it’s not often enough.
PB – 2022

Thank you; I feel so grateful and content with my life. Sure, feels good being the other side off the diazepam.
ZT – June 2022