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Klonopin Withdrawal Klonopin Addiction Help

11/15/2014
04:05 | Author: Molly Young

Klonopin withdrawal symptoms sweating
Klonopin Withdrawal Klonopin Addiction Help

Klonopin Withdrawal Symptoms. Some of the symptoms of Klonopin withdrawal include: Dry mouth, extreme thirst; Increased sweating and flushing; Abdominal.

The brand name Klonopin refers to Clonazepam, which is an anti-anxiety medication in the benzodiazepine family. While Klonopin is often prescribed for anxiety, it is more often used for the treatment of certain types of seizures, including:.

After a few months of daily use, it is recommended that discontinuation be managed through a gradual reduction of the dose. While Klonopin is shown to be effective in treating seizure disorders, it can, like all benzodiazepines, cause physical dependence.

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Some of the symptoms of Klonopin withdrawal include:

Klonopin withdrawal can also bring about a wide array of more serious withdrawal symptoms that must be managed effectively, including:

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I tried tapering myself off klonopin (.5 mg) in the last two - JustAnswer

9/14/2014
02:50 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

How long do klonopin withdrawal symptoms last
I tried tapering myself off klonopin (.5 mg) in the last two - JustAnswer

I tried tapering myself off klonopin (.5 mg) in the last two weeks and ended up with horrible withdrawal symptoms: sweating, headache, anxiety, slow heart rate.

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Can Klonopin withdrawal cause Rebound Anxiety ?

7/13/2014
12:25 | Author: Molly Young

Klonopin withdrawal symptoms sweating
Can Klonopin withdrawal cause Rebound Anxiety ?

Minor side effects of Klonopin withdrawal may include restlessness, anxiety, sleep problems and sweating. More-serious signs and symptoms.

You need to ween down off of it if you're taking it on a regular basis, or you will definay have withdrawls, and possible siezures. Klonopin is a very strong benzo. I second what you said. No playing around with it. Ruth.

2 answers • 20 Jan 2012.

Wondering if its just my anxiety thats. It seems for me to be increasing at the 2 week point rather than subsiding, and anxiety is through the roof.

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I've been takin klonopin with a bunch of other medications like lexapro Prozac and whenever they take me off the klonopin I have withdrawal.

I finally got up the nerve (remember I have acute anxiety) to ask for a change, since they are no.

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SLEEPLESS - NIGHT SWEATS - BENZO WITHDRAWALS ?

5/12/2014
02:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Klonopin withdrawal symptoms sweating
SLEEPLESS - NIGHT SWEATS - BENZO WITHDRAWALS ?

Are night sweats a direct withdrawal effect form being off Valium this this while still having Klonopin withdrawal symptoms is that for the past 3.

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For Professionals - Recovery Road

3/11/2014
04:35 | Author: Molly Young

Klonopin withdrawal symptoms sweating
For Professionals - Recovery Road

While you appreciate that withdrawal does indeed exist, you are baffled that and may experience withdrawal symptoms such as profuse sweating, headaches, Benzo-wise doctors will agree that while many people recover within a six to.

The more common methods are: substituting with diazepam, titration by crushing the tablet into a powder and mixing it with water, and the direct method where the dosage is very slowly reduced. Apart from the usual withdrawal challenges, being pressured into tapering too quickly can cause additional anxiety and hinder recovery. The decision to withdraw should be the patient’s and she or he must be allowed to taper off the drug at a comfortable pace using the most appropriate weaning process.

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