If you’re concerned that you or someone you know may be addicted to Klonopin (clonazepam), there are several signs and symptoms to look out for:

Cravings: You may have strong urges or cravings to take Klonopin.

Tolerance: You may need to take more Klonopin to achieve the desired effects than you did before.

Withdrawal symptoms: When you stop taking Klonopin, you may experience physical symptoms such as shaking, sweating, nausea, and anxiety.

Continued use despite consequences: You may continue to take Klonopin despite experiencing negative consequences such as relationship problems, financial difficulties, or legal issues.

Prioritizing drug use: You may spend a significant amount of time thinking about taking Klonopin or recovering from taking it.

Neglecting responsibilities: You may neglect responsibilities at work, school, or home due to your drug use.

Social withdrawal: You may withdraw from social activities that don’t involve taking Klonopin.

Increased tolerance: You may feel that you need to take more Klonopin to feel the same effects as before.

If you or someone you know is experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s important to speak with a healthcare provider or addiction specialist. They can help you determine if there is a Klonopin addiction present and recommend appropriate treatment options.