Klonopin is a benzodiazepine that can cause euphoria and drowsiness. As is typical of benzodiazepines (bezos), Klonopin can become extremely physiologically and physically addictive. Users that take the drug for even a short period of time may develop a tolerance. After taking larger doses or using the drug for a long period of time, users often become dependent or physically addicted to the drug. Once a person is addicted, missing a dose can result in withdrawal and the urge to take more.

The signs and symptoms of Klonopin abuse include:

  • hallucinations
  • seizures
  • fever
  • extreme sweating
  • dizziness
  • sensitivity to lights or sound
  • numbness and tingling
  • stomach upset, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
  • rapid heartbeat or palpitations of the heart
  • depression
  • anxiety and panic attacks
  • insomnia
  • loss of memory
  • changes in personality
  • irritability and restlessness
  • cognitive difficulties


Klonopin Dangers

Klonopin use can cause serious side effects, including: rashes/hives, swelling, of the ear or tongue, difficulty with breathing and swallowing, raspiness, seizures, bruising, or bleeding,

Due to its effects on the brain, Klonopin has been known to cause suicidal or homicidal thoughts as well as dangerous behavior in some individuals.

Klonopin Addiction Treatment

The most successful methods of Klonopin treatment include detoxification and maintenance.

Call now if you or a loved one is suffering from Klonopin addiction. Our supportive team is here to help. We can discuss your individual situation and can help get you placed in an Klonopin treatment center that meets your individual needs.

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