Buy Clonazepam 2mg Online
Clonazepam 2mg is a generic version of the brand name Klonopin. It is a medication useful for preventing and treating certain types of seizure disorders, panic disorders, and a movement disorder called akathisia.
Clonazepam belongs to the benzodiazepine family under the category of tranquilizer medications. It is available as an oral medication with its therapeutic effects starting within one hour and lasting for about six to twelve hours.
What are the medical uses of Clonazepam 2mg?
People can buy Clonazepam 2mg online for the short duration treatment of various conditions, including:
- Anxiety disorders
- Panic disorders
- Panic attacks
- Status epilepticus
Clonazepam 2mg pills are also effective for treating social anxiety disorder or social phobia, several types of muscle disorders, restless leg syndrome, bruxism, rapid eye movement sleep disorder, and other such conditions.
2mg Clonazepam is useful for various other conditions such as:
- Acute or akathisia caused due to neuroleptics
- Spasticity caused by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Acute alcohol withdrawal syndrome
Benzodiazepines like Clonazepam may also help manage mania or acute psychosis and aggression related to it. Hyperekplexia, several forms of parasomnia, and other sleep disorders are also responsive to Clonazepam 2mg tablets.
What conditions contraindicated Clonazepam use?
Several mental or health conditions contraindicated the use of Clonazepam pills. People should consult their doctors about it before they buy Clonazepam 2mg online. These include:
- Current alcohol abuse
- Drug or substance abuse
- Respiratory depression
What are the potential side effects of Clonazepam 2mg?
Recently in 2020, the United States Food and Drug Administration updated the boxed warning for Clonazepam to describe the risks of misuse, abuse, addiction, withdrawal reactions, and physical dependence. The most common Clonazepam 2mg side effects include sedation and motor impairment.
Other side effects include:
- Irritability and aggression
- Loss of libido
- Lack of motivation
- Psychomotor agitation
- Impaired coordination
- Cognitive impairment
How does Clonazepam 2mg work?
2mg Clonazepam Pills enhance the inhibitory neurotransmitters’ activity called GABA in the CNS (central nervous system) to give the effects of skeletal muscle relaxant, anticonvulsant, and anxiolytic. The medication acts by attaching to the GABA receptor benzodiazepine site. Enhancing the electric effect of GABA binding neurons, which in turn result in an increased influx of chloride ions into neurons.
The primary Clonazepam 2mg effects occur by modulating GABA function in the brain, leading to enhanced GABAergic inhibition of neuronal firing.
What is the safe dose of Clonazepam 2mg?
Clonazepam dosage differs for different individuals according to the type and severity of the condition for which they are taking the medication, their health and medical status, and several other factors.
A doctor will decide the individualized Clonazepam 2mg dose for each patient. The standard dose is as follows:
- Anxiety and panic disorder: the initial dose is 0.25mg two to three times a day. A doctor may increment this dose to 1mg per day every three to four days. The maximum Clonazepam dose is 4mg every day.
- Seizure disorder: a patient may use Clonazepam 2mg alone or adjunct treatment of myoclonic, Lennox-Gastaut, status epilepticus, and akinetic seizures. An initial dose is 1.5mg per day given in divided doses. A doctor may increment the dose by 0.5mg to 1mg every three to four days. The maximum dose is 20mg Clonazepam per day.
- Social phobia: people with a social phobia should take a dose ranging from 1mg to 3mg every day.
- Post-Traumatic stress: Clonazepam doses for PTSD range from 0.25mg to 2.5mg per day.
What are the off-label Clonazepam 2mg uses?
Off-label uses of Clonazepam are the ones for which a doctor may prescribe this medication; however, the use is not FDA-approved. The major off-label Clonazepam 2mg uses include:
- Major depression
- Essential tremors
- Burning mouth syndrome
- Tourette syndrome
- Restless legs syndrome
- Multiple sclerosis
- West syndrome (infantile spasms)
- Periodic limb movement disorder