Were you looking for information about Clonazepam? Clonezapam is a common misspelling of clonazepam.
Clonazepam (Klonopin®) is a prescription drug that is approved for the treatment of certain types of epileptic seizures and for panic disorder. The medication, which is part of a class of medications call benzodiazepines, can have a calming effect on the body by affecting a certain chemical in the brain.
The tablet form of this medicine comes in three different strengths, and the orally disintegrating tablets (or wafers) come in five strengths. There is also a generic version of the drug available. The medication may potentially cause side effects in some people, including drowsiness, behavior problems, and coordination problems. However, most people tolerate it well; when side effects do occur, they tend to be minor and easy to treat.
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