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"Recovery is interspersed with periods of intense withdrawal symptoms. This is not fully understood but is probably connected with the fat-soluble nature of the drug, its long-term storage in the body's fat cells and its cyclical release into the blood stream over many years."
"Benzodiazepines are also fat soluble which means that they are extremely slow to leave the body: months after the last tablet has been taken the drugs are still present in fat cells."
not everything you read on the internet is true but many sites say benzos are stored in fatcells and can stay in the body for a long time in many cases.