Klonopin, or Clonazepam, is a benzodiazepine that can treat stress, anxiety, panic disorders, seizures, and insomnia. When a person uses Klonopin for a month or longer, it can cause the body to develop a Klonopin addiction. At this stage, if you try to quit the drug, Klonopin withdrawal symptoms can set in.
The main withdrawal symptoms include nausea and anxiety. Trying to quit Klonopin suddenly can also result in seizures because the body has become dependent on the drug.
Klonopin Withdrawal Symptoms
Klonopin acts on your body by blocking stress receptors and slowing it down. Under the effects of Klonopin, you feel extremely calm. When you stop taking Klonopin, your body is once again vulnerable to stress and anxiety, but this time your brain also becomes hyperactive.
The whole list of withdrawal symptoms includes:
- Trouble with coordination
- Nausea and vomiting
- Increased body temperature
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Hand tremors
- Increased heart and respiratory rate
- Elevated blood pressure
Many disorders that individuals use Klonopin to treat will return over the first few days of quitting the drug. Klonopin withdrawal can be dangerous for your health. It’s a good option to check into a rehab facility like Crestview Recovery for quick treatment.
Treating Klonopin Addiction
Klonopin addiction treatment needs to occur under the supervision of trained professionals. At Crestview Recovery, we have a step-by-step program that we use to treat Klonopin withdrawal symptoms and safely transition you back to a healthy life.
Depending on how long you were on the drug, the withdrawal symptoms can last for a few weeks to a few months. Chronic substance abuse can even lead to changes in the biochemistry of the brain, resulting in some symptoms lasting for a few years. These long-term symptoms are called post-acute withdrawal symptoms (PAWS).
- Difficulty remembering
- Low energy
Get Started with Crestview Recovery
At Crestview Recovery, you will first receive a full evaluation to give us a clear idea about your medical history and any other health problems you suffer from. To treat Klonopin withdrawal symptoms, the practitioner will make a note of your age, how long you took Klonopin for, and at what dose. Our experts will also make a note of whether you have been treated for addiction before.
Only once the practitioner is fully informed of your past and present health condition, will the addiction treatment begin. At Crestview Recovery, your safety is given the utmost importance. We use a gentle, yet effective, approach to help you overcome the addiction.
The treatment of Klonopin withdrawal symptoms will proceed with a detox plan that is made specifically for your case. The detox program could include gradually tapering off the use of the drug while monitoring withdrawal symptoms. You will also receive counseling to help you cope with the emotional impact of withdrawal and detox.
At Crestview Recovery, we offer several treatment options, including:
- Partial hospitalization program
- Outpatient rehab
- Extended care addiction treatment
- Family program
- Transitional living program
At Crestview Recovery, reaching sobriety isn’t our only goal. We hope you’ll leave us with the skills you need to prevent relapse and maintain a healthy lifestyle. When you receive support after the detox, there is less likelihood of you relapsing. At our facility, we make sure to support you for as long as you need us. By offering the full continuum of care, Crestview Recovery affords the ability to offer a one-stop solution for all your recovery needs.
Say goodbye to Klonopin addiction and get your life back on track. Give us a call at 866.262.0531 to learn more about our programs.