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Buy Kpins 1mg online is a potentially habit-forming Benzodiazepine, with some people developing Klonopin addiction in as little as a few weeks after starting a course of medication. Many people have become addicted to Klonopin by taking only the amount prescribed by their doctor. Klonopin blocks special receptors in the brain to reduce anxiety, stress, and difficulty relaxing. Once a person is addicted to the drug, their brain can no longer produce feelings of relaxation and calmness without it. This is why people addicted to Klonopin struggle to quit and are unable to function normally when they don’t have it.
Signs of a Klonopin addiction might include:
- Persistent cravings for Klonopin
- Continued Klonopin use despite negative consequences
- Having a desire to quit but being unable to do so
- Losing interest in social or professional obligations
- Developing legal or financial issues
Klonopin addiction starts when users build a tolerance to the drug, which means they need larger doses to get the same effects they once received from smaller doses. Some users then start taking more than they were prescribed or using the drug just to get high.
Singer and songwriter Stevie Nicks publicly shared her struggles with a Klonopin addiction. Because the drug was prescribed by her doctor, Nicks said she had a false sense of security about using it.
Eventually, users with a tolerance will experience withdrawal symptoms if they stop taking Klonopin. Klonopin withdrawal symptoms range from intense anxiety to seizures. These symptoms can be deadly, making it dangerous for Klonopin users to quit without medical supervision.
Understanding Klonopin (Clonazepam)
A long-acting Benzodiazepine, Klonopin is the brand name for Clonazepam. Klonopin slows down brain activity to help users feel relaxed. It was initially formulated to help people with epilepsy manage seizures. Later, the drug’s rapid and powerful calming effects were also recognized as a way to treat panic attacks. Klonopin is often prescribed to ease anxiety and withdrawal symptoms from alcohol and other addictive substances. Doctors may also prescribe Klonopin for short-term insomnia. The drug is swallowed as a blue tablet or taken as a quick-dissolve tablet placed on the tongue as often as three times a day. Slang terms for Klonopin include K-pins, Tranks, Downers, or Benzos.
Klonopin isn’t generally recommended for long-term use because of its addictive potential. The drug has a relatively long half-life, or length of time the drug is active in the body.