When you are going through Klonopin treatment, you are facing many of the same issues that other addicts do. This means that you have emotional, mental, and physical issues, which are all linked somehow to your addiction, to address during your Klonopin treatment. One issue that other addicts may not have to deal with, though, is the underlying anxiety/panic disorder that you have, which led to your taking Klonopin. Although like other anti-anxiety medications, Klonopin is usually a short-term relief for anxiety, you can take it for longer periods of time or abuse it and form an addiction. This is why you need Klonopin treatment, to help you successfully withdraw, physically, mentally, and emotionally from your drug. If you want the best chance at a successful Klonopin treatment, you should call The Watershed at 1-800-861-1768.
If you are still unsure as to whether or not you want to enroll in a Klonopin treatment plan because you are not ready to admit you are addicted or you are just afraid, you need to understand the risks you face without accepting help.
Klonopin, as mentioned above, is an anti-anxiety medication. It acts as a sedative to your brain to decrease brain activity, which is believed to lead to anxiety. By now, you are probably familiar with the side affects of this drug, but did you realize that your medication may be causing you to feel depressed and experience insomnia?
Moreover, if you have to take this anti-anxiety medication for more than a few months, you risk building a tolerance to it, which means you need higher doses to achieve what you achieved when you first took the Klonopin. This need for a higher dosage puts you at risk for an overdose. A Klonopin overdose can be characterized by extreme confusion, unconsciousness, and slow reflexes. Moreover, if you are pregnant or nursing, Klonopin can harm your baby.
We tell you these things not necessarily to scare you, but to let you know how serious a Klonopin addiction is and that you need Klonopin treatment. At The Watershed, we will do what it takes for you to seek the help you need.
Many times, what keeps individuals like your self from enrolling in a Klonopin treatment program is fear. This fear is not necessarily a fear of sobriety, but rather a fear of the unknown. This “unknown” is the Klonopin treatment. It is a fear of facing things that you have not faced in a long time. It is a fear of changing your life from something you have known for a while. This fear comes from not being informed about what your Klonopin treatment will entail. However, what you need to know at this very moment is that your Klonopin treatment does not have to be scary. In fact, at The Watershed, your treatment does not even have to be that stressful.
We will focus on your comfort as much as we will focus on your treatment at The Watershed. We believe that the more relaxed you are in your surroundings the easier your Klonopin treatment will be. Moreover, we help you take the fear out of your treatment by keeping you informed from the moment you walk through the doors of The Watershed. You will first go through an assessment so we can create a plan based on your unique needs. All you need to do is call us, The Watershed, at 1-800-861-1768 to start being informed about what your treatment entails.
One of the things we will help you do is learn about what your Klonopin treatment will entail at The Watershed. If you know what is going to happen during your stay at The Watershed, at least in the way of what programs you will participate in, you will be better able to accept the programs. Essentially, what this means is that being informed gives you the power to accept your Klonopin treatment because there will not be any surprises. The only thing we cannot accurately inform you about is how you will feel or react towards what you experience here. However, we can offer you the support you need to help you cope with any emotions you may face. Call The Watershed at 1-800-861-1768 to gain the power of knowledge.
At The Watershed, you will have to participate in group, individual, family, and adjunct therapies if you want to have a completely successful Klonopin treatment. The purpose of these therapies is to help you cope with you mental addiction to Klonopin, while allowing you to deal with any other personal, and family issues you may have. At The Watershed, we offer a vast array of therapy options, including things that you may not even consider to be therapy. You will meet with a recovery coach, be taught about relapse prevention, and be offered family therapy. Every aspect of your addiction will be addressed in your Klonopin treatment at The Watershed.
For additional information on the Klonopin treatment programs at The Watershed, please visit http://thewatershed.com. For immediate assistance call The Watershed anytime at 1-800-861-1768.