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Retirees and Clonazepam Addiction

Approximately one third of drug prescriptions in the United States are written for patients over the age of 65, meaning that retirees typically use more prescription...

Clonazepam Abuse Rates in Australia

According to the National Drug Strategy Household Survey, in 2010 3.2% of Australians had used benzodiazepines for non-medical purposes at some stage in life. While this...

Clonazepam Abuse in Asian Countries

Prescription drug abuse is an increasing problem in many countries, especially Asian ones. Among the drugs of abuse, benzodiazepines such as clonazepam (trade name...

Clonazepam Use in Rural Areas

Clonazepam is in a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. These drugs are used to control seizures and treat panic attacks. Benzodiazepines work in the brain to slow...

Benefits and Risks of Using Clonazepam

Drug use may carry a negative impression because of the possible dangers, risks, and consequences associated with improper drug use. But most drugs provide some benefit,...

Why Does Clonazepam Addiction Escalate?

Clonazepam is a prescription drug with addictive potential. A user can develop a tolerance to the drug after long-term use so she will need to take larger amounts to...

Who Is at Risk for Clonazepam Addiction?

Clonazepam is an opiate that produces a calm sensation in the user’s brain. This calm is helpful in patients suffering from anxiety, epilepsy, post-traumatic...

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