Klonopin Addiction Related Topics

As part of the benzodiazepine class of drugs, Klonopin can be extremely addictive if used irresponsibly or over extended periods of time. If you’re addicted to Klonopin or know someone who is, helpful resources can be found below. With the right information, support system and treatment program, you can break free from your substance use disorder. For additional help, reach out to The Recovery Village.


Klonopin Related Topics

Klonopin and AlcoholIf you combine Klonopin with alcohol, you'll greatly increase your health risks.
Klonopin vs. XanaxKlonopin and Xanax are two medications often mentioned in the same discussion around treatment of certain conditions. But is there a significant difference? How are the two different and what does someone prescribed one of these drugs need to be mindful of? Learn more about each drug.
Dangers of Mixing Klonopin With Other DrugsKlonopin can have serious side effects when mixed with other drugs. Learn about the dangers of mixing Klonopin with other drugs and alcohol.
The Klonopin high: abuse, symptoms, signs, and treatmentAt first glance, it seems safe. Klonopin is a prescription drug. Doctors give it out. It can’t hurt, right?  Unfortunately, wrong.
Klonopin HotlineThe Klonopin helpline, free of charge and always available, is open to anyone struggling with a substance use disorder involving Klonopin
Clonazepam for Opiate WithdrawalBeyond the potential for addiction and dependence, clonazepam can have other side effects as well.
Klonopin for Opiate WithdrawalTaking Klonopin for opiate withdrawal isn’t necessarily a good option because Klonopin is highly addictive, and it also leads to physical dependence.
Klonopin Addiction Self-Assessment QuizKlonopin is a benzodiazepine that can be addictive. Take this self-assessment quiz to examine your Klonopin use and see if you may need addiction treatment.
Health Concerns of Long-Term Klonopin AbuseMany negative effects of long-term Klonopin abuse may be positively turned around with the right treatment plan, often including a period of detox to safely remove the drug from the body and brain.
How to Taper Off KlonopinTapering off of Klonopin is a mult-step process. If not done correctly, it can cause uncomfortable side effects. Learn how a doctor can help you taper off Klonopin.