Depression and Physical Health: What’s the Link?

By Martha McLaughlin Depression is very common, affecting 6.7 percent of adults in the United States and 12.8 percent of adolescents.1 Unfortunately, about 85 percent of people suffering from major depression also deal with at least one chronic physical health condition.2 In some cases, the conditions spring from a single, shared cause, and in others, […]

Will Prescription Limits Solve the Opioid Crisis?

By Cindy Coloma The opioid crisis has raised many questions in the media and within the medical field, but recently, it’s also caused a shift in the ways companies provide patient access to prescriptions. In previous years, if we experienced a medical or dental issue, Americans expected a supply of pain medication to help us […]

7 Natural Approaches to Help You Sleep Well Without Drugs

By Jim Woods Getting enough quality sleep is important to both your physical and mental health. According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults should get between seven and nine hours of sleep each night.1 Yet, the CDC reports that nearly one-third of Americans log less than seven hours of sleep daily.2 So if you struggle […]

The Truth About Clonazepam Withdrawal

Once a person is addicted to clonazepam, a sedative prescribed for seizures, panic disorder and anxiety, he or she will need to increase the dosage on a regular basis to experience the same effects. As a result, withdrawal symptoms often occur when the user’s body is dependent but the actual intake of the drug has […]

What Happens If I Stop Taking Clonazepam?

On This Page: Clonazepam Withdrawal Treatment Life After Clonazepam Finding Help Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine commonly prescribed to treat panic attacks, anxiety disorders, restless leg syndrome, epilepsy, insomnia, and other mental health issues.1 Physical dependency and addiction can develop in as little as two weeks of taking the drug regularly, and many people become addicted […]