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Klonopin is the FDA-approved benzodiazepine to treat panic disorder. Klonopin is commonly used to treat other problems like anxiety, agitation, acute mania (in combination with other drugs), and for acute control of seizures. It is used as a long-term anticonvulsant drug, like a sleeping pill to treat neuropathic (nervous) pain.
After taking Klonopin, people might feel relaxed, maybe high, and a little tired. Side effects differ from person to person and are dose-dependent. Klonopin is usually prescribed between 0.25 mg-2 mg twice daily. For epilepsy, doses can reach 20 mg/day.
Klonopin acts on the neurotransmitter GABA, an inhibitory chemical. Because of the complex actions, Klonopin effectively reduces the ability of nerves to transmit impulses, slowing down the brain. As a result of reduced activity, anxiety is lowered, people get relaxed, and the likelihood of seizure decreases as well.
Klonopin is used as an anticonvulsant and anti-panic agent. It is also applied on-label as a hypnotic for treating anxiety disorders, panic disorder, and pain. Using benzodiazepine will help stop the seizure, returning brain activity to its normal range. This can also help pain (especially neuropathic pain), making it difficult for neurons to send pain signals, modulating their sensitivity.
What Should be Discussed with the Doctor before Taking Klonopin?
Before taking the drug, tell your doctor if you have:
• kidney disease;
• liver problems;
• alcohol or drug addiction (either current or past);
• asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, or other respiratory diseases;
• depression or thoughts of suicide.
If you suffer from one or several of the diseases listed above, you can’t take Klonopin, or you will need a lower dose of the product with a doctor’s systematic check-up. If you are over 60 years old, the possibility of developing side effects to the medication is very high. Therefore, your Klonopin dose should be adjusted based on your health condition.
How to Use
Klonopin should be taken in strict accordance with the advice of a doctor. Contact your healthcare provider or pharmacist for instructions on use. The pill should be washed down with a full glass of water. Do not take more than your prescribed dose. Consult a doctor before you decide to complete the product intake.
What are the Results of an Overdose
In case of an overdose, contact a doctor immediately. Signs of an overdose include:
- slow heartbeat;
- alcohol intoxication-like symptoms, and loss of consciousness.
In case of an overdose to the drug, gastric lavage and symptomatic treatment are performed.
Be careful when driving, operating machinery, or performing other unsafe work. In the case of drowsiness or dizziness, you should refrain from these types of activities. Alcohol use with Klonopin is contraindicated. Alcohol increases the risks of developing severe side effects of Klonopin. It also increases the risk of seizures.
What are the Side Effects of Klonopin?
- an allergic reaction (shortness of breath; narrowing of the airways; swelling of the lips, face, tongue; or rash);
- the appearance of sores in the mouth or throat;
- yellowing of the skin or eyeballs;
- hallucinations or severe confusion;
The appearance of other, less serious side effects is also possible.
Continue the intake of the drug and inform the doctor if you have:
dizziness or awkwardness of movements;
lightheadedness, nausea, diarrhea, or constipation;
a decrease in sexual desire;
changes in behavior.
Dosage and Administration
Klonopin therapy begins with small doses gradually increasing them to achieve the maximum therapeutic effect. The dosage of the drug is prescribed individually based on the severity of the patient’s condition and the reaction of his body to the administration of the drug. The commonly recommended Klonopin dosing regimen is 0.5 mg 3 times a day. The dose can be increased every third day of the therapy until the desired therapeutic effect is achieved.
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When used in high doses, especially with prolonged treatment, the drug can cause impaired articulation, diplopia, nystagmus, paradoxical reactions (including acute arousal conditions), anterograde amnesia. Rarely, hypersensitivity reactions, muscle weakness, and depression. With the prolonged treatment of some forms of epilepsy, an increase in the frequency of seizures is possible.