What is Clonazepam 2mg?
Clonazepam 2mg is an oral medication used to manage panic disorder, movement disorder, and other conditions. It belongs to the benzodiazepine class of drugs that accelerate GABA.
How Clonazepam 2mg works?
Clonazepam 2mg increases GABA activity, reducing hyperactivity in the brain. It binds to the benzodiazepine site of the GABA receptors, enhancing their electric effect and inhibiting synaptic transmission across the central nervous system.
What are the side effects of Clonazepam 2mg?
Temporary side effects include dizziness, drowsiness, hallucination, dry mouth, and upset stomach. Seek immediate medical attention for severe side effects such as suicide ideation, psychosis, and allergic reactions.
Who should not take Clonazepam 2mg?
Individuals with wide-angle glaucoma, severe liver and kidney disease, allergies to Clonazepam or any inactive ingredient, and pregnant or planning to get pregnant should not take Clonazepam 2mg.
How to take Clonazepam 2mg?
Take Clonazepam 2mg exactly as instructed by your doctor or pharmacist. Start with a low dose and gradually increase it over four weeks. Take it before or after meals and do not combine missed doses.
Clonazepam 2mg is a controlled and scheduled IV drug due to drug abuse and misuse. Inform your healthcare provider of any other health conditions and seek immediate medical attention for severe side effects.