Klonopin Rehab

Las Vegas Klonopin Addiction Treatment

All in One Klonopin Rehab in Nevada

If you believe that you or a loved one is suffering from a Klonopin addiction, treatment for both the body and mind is essential for recovery. Drugs like Klonopin can have both physical and psychological effects that must be treated with care to ensure there aren’t any adverse health effects or the likelihood of a relapse. Additionally, medically supervised detox is necessary for heavy Klonopin users—otherwise, withdrawal may lead to permanent health problems or even death.

At The Nestled Recovery Center, our professionally trained staff offers holistic Klonopin rehabilitation in Las Vegas. By far the safest, most foolproof way to achieve sobriety from Klonopin is through a tapered withdrawal under the supervision of a medical professional. Once detox is complete, we provide programs that combine therapy, outings, and support group work to help you maintain and enjoy sobriety.

To learn more about how we can help you achieve sobriety, contact The Nestled Recovery Center today at (702) 299-6406 or online.

What is Klonopin?

Klonopin (also known by its generic name, clonazepam) is a prescription medication that falls under the benzodiazepine class of drugs. It has been approved as a medication to help treat and/or prevent seizures, anxiety, insomnia, panic disorder, and certain movement disorders since 1975. Klonopin is a pill taken by mouth that goes into effect within one hour; effects can last between six and 12 hours.

Klonopin is a very widely prescribed drug. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, there were 29.2 million clonazepam (Klonopin) users in the United States in 2017.

Signs of Klonopin Addiction

Unfortunately, in addition to its genuinely helpful health properties, Klonopin can be extremely addictive. In fact, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration classifies Klonopin as a Schedule IV drug under its Controlled Substance Schedule.

Signs of addiction may include any lifestyle or behavioral adjustments made to better accommodate the user’s addiction. For instance, someone with a Klonopin dependence may use an excessive amount of their time, resources, and energy in order to procure and use the drug. Taking greater amounts or for a longer period of time than intended is also a sign of a substance abuse disorder.

Other signs of Klonopin dependency may include:

  • Experiencing Klonopin cravings or urges that can include obsessive thoughts
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when reducing your dosage
  • Having the desire to reduce or stop taking Klonopin but being unable to do so
  • Reducing the time spent with family, friends, coworkers, and others due to Klonopin use
  • Regularly underperforming in important obligations related to work, school, and other facets of your life

If someone tries to discontinue taking Klonopin after regularly using it for more than a month, withdrawal can be tough. If you are on a prescription, please speak with your doctor before attempting to quit cold turkey.

Withdrawal symptoms may include:

  • Anxiety
  • Confusion
  • Dizziness
  • Exhaustion
  • Hallucinations
  • Headaches
  • Increased heart rate and blood pressure
  • Insomnia
  • Nausea
  • Seizures
  • Sweating
  • Tremors
  • Weight loss
  • Unconsciousness or coma

If you or your loved one has taken Klonopin for more than four weeks straight, the withdrawal symptoms can be severe—and increase in severity the more you take over longer periods of time. Klonopin is considered one of the most dangerous drugs to detox off of, so it is vital you seek the care of a facility equipped to handle medically assisted detoxes.

Klonopin Treatments We Offer

Medical detox is essential for heavy Klonopin users. People addicted to Klonopin begin experiencing withdrawal only a day or two after their last dose. During this time, users may experience anxiety, mood swings, and other symptoms such as those we listed above. At their most severe, Klonopin withdrawal symptoms can be permanent or even fatal.

During medically assisted detox, our staff will help you gradually reduce your doses to prevent health complications and minimize your withdrawal symptoms. Once detox is safely complete, inpatient or outpatient care including activities such as ongoing therapy and support groups will begin. We provide physical and psychological treatments to help former Klonopin users cope with their drug cravings and any co-occurring mental disorders to best prevent a relapse.

Treatments and therapies we use include:

  • 12-step programs, such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Experiential therapies like art and equine therapy
  • Individual, family, and group therapy
  • Recreational therapy
  • Yoga and other wellness activities

Secure the Best Treatment Plan for You

If you believe you are suffering from a Klonopin addiction, remember you are not alone. Thousands of individuals around the country check into rehab for Klonopin every year. At The Nestled Recovery Center, we understand the effects such drugs can have on users and that developing a dependency doesn’t negatively reflect on anyone’s character. We are dedicated to helping you find the right Klonopin treatment for you based on your personal needs, goals, lifestyle, and budget in a judgement free environment. We have experienced physicians, certified mental health counselors, and professionally trained rehabilitators on staff for your benefit and are available every day to answer any questions you have.

Call (702) 299-6406 or contact us online to learn more about the treatment options we offer at The Nestled Recovery Center.