What is Klonopin?
Klonopin, also chemically known as Clonazepam, is prescribed to treat and control seizures, panic attacks and epileptic or bipolar disorders. Klonopin calms your brain and nerves providing its users with a relaxing feeling. This medication is categorized as a anticonvulsant drug.
Common side effects?
- Increased saliva production
- Coordination loss
Other side effects include suicidal thoughts, depression and mood or mental problems which are experienced by those who are taking klonopin to treat seizures, bipolar disorder or pain.
Klonopin can be either ingested orally or snorted by its users. Also to magnify the effects from the drug, addicts often also drink alcohol while klonopin is in their system. This combination can be deadly or lead to serious health issues. Those suffering from klonopin addiction are often using it due to the feeling of relaxation caused by the drug. These feelings of relaxation often become a form of escaping difficult problems and emotions.
Klonopin Addiction Treatment
Although klonopin is not an addictive drug, its users can become physically and psychologically dependent on it. To combat this addiction and its withdrawal symptoms, the Cove offers an individualized treatment plan for clients. Each plan is carefully assessed and created by our staff of dedicated doctors, therapists, nurses and clinicians. Our aim is to treat the person and not just an isolated issue. We work with our clients to see what contributed to their addiction.