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Klonopin Addiction Recovery

by De'Meko, June 12, 2013

Klonopin Addiction and Treatment

The Klonopin addiction recovery program at Chapters Capistrano in Southern California is celebrated for its highly individualized treatment programs. Catered to the needs of each client, our addiction experts understand no Klonopin abuser is the same, so no program can be the same. We are committed to helping addicts rediscover a life free of drug dependency.

General Information

As a benzodiazepine and a psychoactive drug used to sedate, relax the muscles, and hypnotize, doctors commonly prescribe Klonopin to treat anxiety and insomnia, and to manage withdrawal symptoms during detoxification from other recreational drugs. When Klonopin is abused and usage is not taken under a doctor’s care, many health risks are likely.

Efforts of Klonopin Abuse

Side effects from chronic use include dizziness, depression, impaired coordination, and other health issues. When an addict develops a tolerance and dependence, increased consumption of Klonopin is needed to maintain the desired effect. In addition, if the drug is mixed with other drugs, such as alcohol, antidepressants, or opiates, the result can be lethal.

Klonopin Detoxification Doesn’t Have To Be Painful

Many people avoid detoxification from Klonopin because withdrawal can be uncomfortable.  However,  at Chapters, our Klonopin rehab program team recognize this and are thus committed to providing the safest, most traditional form of detox, a drug-specific detox. We never want an addict to avoid treatment due to anxiety and fear. Under medical supervision, clients are prescribed mild prescription medication. Such medication will lower the risk of seizure and ease detox symptoms, and are administered in tapering amounts until the body is physically stabilized.

The Chapters Capistrano drug and alcohol rehab center is here to guide you on your path to recovery! Call our 24-hour helpline at 949-371-4198 today for more information about our personalized treatment plans.

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