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Klonopin has been found to be highly effective in treating a variety of anxiety issues and symptoms, from panic attacks to insomnia. However, as a longer-acting benzodiazepine, it’s also a highly addictive drug that is abused widely, from those with prescriptions to individuals seeking the drug for recreational purposes.
The Good Life Treatment Center knows how to treat benzodiazepine addictions, including addictions to Klonopin. At our luxurious rehab facility in North Palm Beach, we can give you the individualized treatment you deserve to quit abusing drugs and start a new chapter.
Contact us online or by phone at (561) 250-8552 to schedule a free consultation with a caring member of our team. We can also verify your insurance.
Klonopin is the brand name for the generic benzodiazepine known as clonazepam, which is a longer-acting drug most commonly used to treat anxiety and seizures. Like other benzos, Klonopin creates a sedative effect that leaves users feeling relaxed, which is why it’s prescribed to individuals struggling with anxiety or panic disorders.
Despite the fact that the drug is widely prescribed by medical professionals throughout the country, Klonopin is also known for being highly addictive, which is why it’s typically only prescribed for short-term use. Individuals who take Klonopin longer than four weeks are at a higher risk of developing a dependence on the drug, which can quickly develop into addiction. While Klonopin is administered orally in its tablet form, many people with addictions will crush the tablets into powder and snort it for a more intense high, or combine it with alcohol.
It’s often not obvious when a person has developed a Klonopin addiction, and even users sometimes have a difficult time recognizing their Klonopin use has morphed into a more insidious issue. You may be able to determine whether someone has an addiction based on acknowledging symptoms and signs, such as if you’re taking greater amounts of Klonopin than intended, or if you’re experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you’re not using.
Some of the most common signs of a Klonopin addiction include physical and behavioral cues, such as:
If you’ve noticed that your loved one is spending increasingly long periods of time alone, is getting into legal trouble, or has financial issues, it’s possible they have a drug addiction. Being secretive to avoid judgment or your family finding out you have a drug problem is also a tell-tale sign of addiction.
The Good Life Treatment Center knows that recovery isn’t easy. That’s why our team of specialists goes above and beyond to provide you with support and make your recovery as comfortable as possible from the safety of our upscale beachside facility. We also offer customized treatment plans for everyone to meet you where you’re at in your journey.
Our range of services includes:
We know firsthand that Klonopin addiction can wreak havoc on your life and your relationships, and that you deserve the best comprehensive care available. With a deep understanding of how benzodiazepine addiction treatment works, our team of addiction experts can be trusted to help you through this challenging period.
Call our North Palm Beach facility if you’re dealing with an addiction to benzodiazepines, including Klonopin, at (561) 250-8552. We help patients throughout South Florida and are available 24/7.
Our facility is located right next to the beach and we strive to make your recovery as comfortable and up-scale as possible.
Recovery is not easy, but our team of specialists will walk with you every step of the way so that you can live the sober life you deserve.
Our facility is a smaller and more intimate setting that you will not get lost in. We will always make sure there is someone available for you.
At The Good Life Treatment Center, you will receive a personalized treatment plan, and you will be treated like a person, not a file.