Clonazepam is a commonly prescribed medication to treat anxiety disorders, so it may seem strange at first glance to ask if it can cause anxiety; it may seem like an anxiety medication that causes anxiety is like a headache medication that causes headaches.

Clonazepam does not usually cause anxiety and is actually very effective in minimizing it, but if you abuse clonazepam and become dependent on the drug, anxiety can be one of the major side effects of your addiction. If you become addicted to clonazepam, the very feeling you attempted to escape could be by your side at all times.
 

What Are Clonazepam Withdrawal Symptoms?

Clonazepam withdrawal symptoms are mental or physical symptoms that occur when you are dependent on clonazepam and do not abuse the drug for a certain period of time. They are the way your body and brain tell you that they want more of the drug. If you do not abuse clonazepam, you receive signals such as a headache, nausea, anxiety, insomnia, and other symptoms.

These are your body’s urges to get you to take more clonazepam. As you abuse clonazepam more and more often, physically and mentally your body begins to believe it needs the drug to survive. Therefore, when you do not abuse the drug or go long enough without a dose, withdrawal symptoms set in.
 

How Can I End Clonazepam Withdrawal Symptoms?

There is no easy way out of clonazepam withdrawal symptoms. Clonazepam withdrawals will continue until you completely stop using clonazepam, and the best way to true recovery is to seek professional treatment. Professional help provides services that you can not get at home, such as access to trained therapists and 24-hour medical supervision in case you have cravings or need help.

If you want to end clonazepam withdrawal symptoms, getting help from a professional treatment center is the only way to recover and help avoid relapse.

 

Getting Help

If you or someone you love are struggling with addiction to clonazepam or other substances, call us at 706-914-2327. We can help you answer questions you may have about clonazepam addiction treatment. Call us today.

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