For obvious reasons, young people with drug and alcohol addiction should not be given unfettered access to these or any other prescription medications. Doses should be given individually, and drugs should be securely stored. Counseling support, including 12-step programs, can be helpful in preventing the development of prescription drug abuse in recovering addicts. For years, inpatient detox programs have prescribed the benzodiazepine tranquilizers as a way to blunt these difficulties.
Several neural and hormonal systems are affected by substance abuse, and when it ends they are thrown into confusion. Effects can include noradrenergic hyperactivity, gamma-aminobutyric acid -benzodiazepine receptor alteration, elevated hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, and changes in the N-methyl-D-aspartate glutamate receptors.
It helps to detox i.e. remove the toxicity, which helps in the treatment of headaches, bloating, fatigue, lower immune system. As this does not provide all the nutrients to the body so it shall not be continued for long, like more than 3-4 days. On the other hand, pregnant women, children and diabetics shall not go for detox diet.