My doctor wants me on something throughout the day, with constant levels in my system, so at least right now, I'm NOT taking the clonazepam PRN, which is a big discussion between me and the p-doc. I have an attack then I need to go to the store and I'm like yeah I'm going to have an attack there.
Flameless Candle exhibits the type of response to Xanax that indicates it might be addictive for her, for instance "wanting" more and more of it. My pdoc just switched me from 3mgs of xanax to 4mgs of klonopin 2mgs tabs to be taken twice a day.
I have a script - 30 pills last me 6 months but when I know it's going to be a long haul to fall asleep, I'll take one but I get irritable the next day! Subscribe To Substance Abuse. I get fearful to go to public places after I have an attack. And in the first few weeks the lexapro gave me crazy anxiety. Also sometimes your dosage needs to be adjusted. I'm bipolar so I have to try things long term or multiple times to make sure cycles aren't coinciding. I know each med out there is different for each person.
I think that I am going to have to call my doctor because I am waking up after 4 hours after falling asleep. So that is why I ask what else are you taking. With xanax, the onset of withdrawal is extremely quick. Klonopin abuse often happens alongside other drug abuse. I just heard back from the doctor and he raised my Klonopin dose to 1.
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I can see why people went from that to Vicodin for abuse.
To read summaries of all international warnings and studies on anti-anxiety drugs Klonopin is an anti-anxiety drug click here for Anti-Anxiety Drug Side Effects. Hearing and Vestibular Disorders: I used to take it many years ago and I can;t say for sure if it coincided with any depression I had, though I was depressed for a long period of time during that stage in my life. Plus I can think of people I went to school with that have worse jobs than I do- I'm not trying to be mean though.
There may be different meds that would help you and those meds may not be antidepressants. I think better you keep the benadryl and forget the Klonopin.