Lysanxia What is it for?
For what disease is it?
Asked by Inocencia Swann 1 month ago.
Prazepam (generic name) Lysanxia (brand name) is a benzodiazepine derivative drug. It possesses anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, sedative and skeletal muscle relaxant properties. Prazepam is a prodrug for desmethyldiazepam which is an active metabolite of prazepam. Desmethyldiazepam is responsible for the therapeutic effects of prazepam. Answered by Laurice Klehn 1 month ago.
Can long use of benzodiazepines "kill" your emotions?
I am on Lormetazepams and on Prazepam since 2009/2010, and I plan on quitting them. (I'm following a schema given by my doctor to gradually quit them).I was wondering, since I have been since such a long time on benzos, is it possible that it's why I feel so emotionally numb since these few years? Can...
Asked by Maria Quilty 1 month ago.
I am on Lormetazepams and on Prazepam since 2009/2010, and I plan on quitting them. (I'm following a schema given by my doctor to gradually quit them). I was wondering, since I have been since such a long time on benzos, is it possible that it's why I feel so emotionally numb since these few years? Can being on benzos kill your emotions? Will I gain my feelings back once I'll be totally off these meds? Thank you PS: Forgive my english. Answered by Mina Blicker 1 month ago.
Oh yeah, most definitely, they will kill your soul. Im 18 months out from quitting benzos and in absolute agony, words cant describe this hell. They cause your nervous system to become imbalanced, this can manifest in all sorts of symptoms. Benzos, overtime will downregulate GABA receptors and upregulate Glutamate, not good. Please see Heather Ashton's book and check out benzobuddies.org for more info. If you decide to quit, you must taper down really slow over a long period of time. Heather Ashton has a protocol for that. Good Luck Answered by Sumiko Brinks 1 month ago.
I wouldn't say they kill your emotion, your still the same person, but I'd say they do make it harder to care. But ya a while after you quit you will go back to normal eventually. Answered by Jenni Sayavong 1 month ago.
Insomnia caused by benzodiazepines withdrawal?
I have been taking lorazepam and prazepam for almost an year because of my anxiety disorder. When I have felt better I decided to take the medications off gradually. I felt some withdrawal symptoms, but not so severe. I had a very stressfull period, so I took for a few days the minimal dose of the same medications....
Asked by Deonna Greig 1 month ago.
I have been taking lorazepam and prazepam for almost an year because of my anxiety disorder. When I have felt better I decided to take the medications off gradually. I felt some withdrawal symptoms, but not so severe. I had a very stressfull period, so I took for a few days the minimal dose of the same medications. When stoped taking them, insomnia apperas. Namely, I don't feel stressed or tensed. But when I go to bed, I just can't fall asleep. Is this because I have stopped taking the medicatons? And please some advice how to get some sleep. I don't want to take the benzodiazepines again because I don't have other anxiety symptoms. Sleeping pills do help, but I don't want to become dependent upon them, too. Thanx in advance for all answers Answered by Buford Melian 1 month ago.
Ok, I have been there. Firstly, congratulations on weaning yourself off the benzos and also realizing the potential for dependency an prescription sleeping aids. Insomnia is a common side effect due to coming off benzos. IT WILL GO AWAY! It may take a few days to establish a regular sleep cycle. What helped me the most was avoiding stimulants in the evening. Don't nap during the day. Make sure you routinely exercise during the day. Take a relaxing bath or shower before bedtime. Drink some decaf cocoa or hot decaf tea to help you relax. Read a good book, magazine etc before bed. Do not watch tv. The most important thing is to be in a relaxed frame of mind prior to bed. When lights are out and after 30 mins, sleep does not come, get out of bed. Find a comfy chair and read, work a puzzle, knit...whatever you do that's relaxing. When you find yourself sleepy, go back to bed again. Repeat until sleep comes. I know this is very frustrating. I went without sleep for 2 days doing this. By the 3rd night, I was exhausted and was able to sleep. Now I have an established sleep routine. The cycle with benzos/sleeping pills has happened to me 3 times in the last 5 years. You will adjust. Just stick to a routine. Good Luck! Answered by Cathryn Mcpharlane 1 month ago.
Try taking a health supplement called Himalayan Goji juice,Ive had great results with my sleep and most people Ive talked to say the same thing.You can find it online.Good luck ! Answered by Nickole Tonnessen 1 month ago.
try benadryl, it's cheap and it works! Answered by Daisy Secord 1 month ago.
Benzodiazepines withdrawal symptoms?
Already 8 months I am on lorazepam and prazepam prescribed to me for the panic attacs and anxiety. I have managed to stay on very low dose that was prescribed to me. Namely, I was taking 0.5 mg lorazepam (half pill) and 10 mg prazepam (one pill) daily. After a few months I decrease my dose in half of it. But when I...
Asked by Deane Laurent 1 month ago.
Already 8 months I am on lorazepam and prazepam prescribed to me for the panic attacs and anxiety. I have managed to stay on very low dose that was prescribed to me. Namely, I was taking 0.5 mg lorazepam (half pill) and 10 mg prazepam (one pill) daily. After a few months I decrease my dose in half of it. But when I came to take 0.25 mg lorazepam and 2.5 mg prazepam I started feeling the symptoms of anxiety(insomnia, sweating, hyperventilation etc). I want to ask if these symptoms are inevitable during the withdrawal process? I really want to go off the medications since I know that benzodiazepines are not for long term-use. Pls help me with some suggestings how to relieve the sympotms, as well. Thanx a lot Answered by Edie Rierson 1 month ago.
They may not be withdrawal symptoms. They may be a return of your anxiety you were treated for in the first place. You would be the best judge of that. Talk to your doctor about this. Maybe you can get a medication for your anxiety that is not a benzodiazepine. That may be an experiment to try to see if your symptoms are from withdrawal or from undermedication. Or your doctor may want to prescribe a longer-acting benzodiazepine, because they are easier to withdraw from. I did a quick internet search and found all kinds of websites discussing withdrawal. I suggest you google "benzodiazepine withdrawal." One of the things several sites referred to was the "Ashton Manual." I am giving you a link to that. One thing I found in my search was that all people do not get withdrawal symptoms. Good luck. Answered by Amanda Jendrick 1 month ago.
It seems it is your lucky day as I know a Great deal about what you speak of...both from as a clinician and user. !st you must work with a Dr. if you feel the need to increase or decrease. Changing without an expert always seems to cause problems, (which always get blamed on you) Pls Know that if you have been on these 2 meds more that 2 to 3 months there will be an anxiety withdrawn. Your anxiety will shoot through the roof (don't worry just make sure you have some of your pills with you so you can take them asap and no one needs to know anything more.) Some days you will feel stronger than others. But if you need to take the meds do so and do so before things get out of hand. Your question to me, as a clinician, says you want off, however sometimes you become overwhelmed...perfectly Okay. Be good to yourself and do not feel it is a battle between you and the meds. Because it is not. This is just a phase in your life that will pass...Trust me...even contact me if you need more info and support. I believe you are going to be just fine John Answered by Jerri Gastello 1 month ago.
Extremely dangerous and possibly fatal. Unless you took your last dose of klonopin more than ten days ago, there's still a relatively large amount remaining in your system. Alcohol and benzos have an extremely potent interaction - delirium, confusion and fatal respiratory depression are all possible - these have occured with as little as half a beer's volume of alcohol combined with 5mg of valium in an adult, resulting in death. You definitely have more than the equivalent of 5mg of valium remaining in your system. The other danger is stacking the withdrawal of alcohol with that of the benzos. This would, put it bluntly, suck massively, come on very suddenly, and could result in delirium tremens, which has got about a one in three shot of killing you. The benzos, to put it bluntly, do not play nice with alcohol under the best circumstances - and these are not the best of circumstances. Can you contact the pharmacy that dispenses the prescription? Talk to the pharmacist directly, there's a possibility they can give you a day or two's worth of medication, depending on how your state handles controlled substance distribution - most states allow a 72 hour window for the pharmacy to dispense a prescription of a controlled substance in circumstances like this before getting a copy of the written script from the doctor. Answered by Jules Rois 1 month ago.
you are on such a low dose now - if you cant totally go off of them, then maybe you cant go off . AND DO NOT FEEL GUILTY! i say this because I have had chronic friggen pain for 20 friggen years-lol and not matter how bad I do not want to take these doggone friggen meds- I am in tooo much friggen pain to get off- so i said it like this to my DR and he said well --loooks like u r stuck taking the friggen things- but dont worry about it.. sometimes you need them- AND my physical condition warrents the meds. lol i told him -but why do i need them/ I have a spinal stimulator and he said to me 'REMEMBER HOW MANY FRIGGEN MEDS YOU WERE ON>" LOL i said -"ok, you made your point!" If they need to be for long term use -so be it. the Dr would not prescribe if it was doing you harm! Remember that! --ok i'm sorry that it seems like I am making a joke here- i am in just a lot of pain tonight and i really dont understand why... so i have to give in and take the friggen meds and the point i am trying to make-- My body is telling me I must take them tonight and so I will! >>> i have GREAT days and bad ones and today is miserable! (i dont get it!!) At this point in time you need to take them, when the time is right you will be able to stop- and if you dont , Plz dont stress it! i was taking 6mg of klonopin a day and i am down to 1mg after all this time 2 yrs) it is so hard to believe how the heck I ever did function God Bless and whatever will be , will be!... Answered by Benita Hernande 1 month ago.
HELP with benzodiazepines withdrawal...?
I've been taking lorazepam and prazepam for almost an year for my anxiety. When I felt better I've deciced to stop taking them. For more then a week, I don't take them. Now I have some rebound anxiety, which is managable. But what frustrates me the most is the insomnia. Maybe this was not the best...
Asked by Tamera Bowery 1 month ago.
I've been taking lorazepam and prazepam for almost an year for my anxiety. When I felt better I've deciced to stop taking them. For more then a week, I don't take them. Now I have some rebound anxiety, which is managable. But what frustrates me the most is the insomnia. Maybe this was not the best period to stop the medications because I am under some stress now, because I have to move in another town and to start my new job. But at the same time I know that there always be some stressfull things in life. So in the moment I am in temptation if to start taking my pills again, and I don't want to. Please on some advice on how long I will suffer the withdrawal symptoms, and especially insomnia, and what can I take as an alternative for the benzo. Do you think it is better that I start taking them again, or to stay "clean"? Thanx to all Answered by Hai Norrington 1 month ago.
Anxiety can contribute to Insomnia, but there are other (far less addictive) medications out there that can help with the Insomnia. Some include: Rozaren, Lunesta and Ambien. Some doctors come up with the idea that it is ok to use benzos to help to get to sleep. They fail to realize that these are incredibly addicitng---physically and mentally--you build up a tolerance. If you want to try and get away from the prescription avenue---try melatonin or tryptophan. These are available in most large stores---inculding Wal-Mart. You can often find them in the vitamin section. These are chemicals that naturally are found in our bodies. Tryotophan is contained in turkey (appropriate since it is nearly Thanksgiving). This is why when folks eat a lot of Turkey they may complain of feeling very tired. It can't hurt to give either of these a try. I know in Nursing Homes, they prescribe Benadryl. It makes you drowsy and is non-addictive. To cope with your anxiety: engage in physical activity, read, write in a journal and eat balanced meals! Have some faith in yourself, you can do it. Answered by Carletta Halim 1 month ago.
That's probably a question you should have discussed with your doctor. And probably still should! But if you felt the drugs were a crutch for a while and now you feel able to kick the crutch then by all means go for it. Withdrawal is not easy, especially going cold turkey. Just make sure that if you start to feel other symptoms, i.e. depression, excessive sadness etc. to get help! Good luck! Answered by Teresia Martey 1 month ago.
i have been there and im not gonna lie the withdrawl was hard. Took a couple of mths for me. It can take years. I was on clonazapam for 11 years. The insomnia was awful. The aches and pains were as if i had the flu. I was in bed for mths. Seems like u stopped cold turkey - thats not good. (thats pretty much what i did) Definetly dont go back on them. I thought id Never be without that med. If i can do it - u can too! There r other meds for anxiety that r not benzos. They also cause depression. Good Luck!=) Answered by Walton Scollan 1 month ago.
I have been taking Ativan (lorezepam) for 5 years and Klonopin (clonazepam) for nearly 4 years. I thought for a time that I was "better" and decided to go off of my meds cold turkey. It was a mistake on so many levels because for one - I wasn't "better" the meds were making me feel better. Also the withdrawals I had were awful. Insomnia, nausea, chronic pain, extreme irritablility and hand tremors for what seemed like forever. It actually took me over a month to get close to getting over the withdrawal. I continued to have problems with tremors and insomnia. I finally went back on them because I realized that they did their job mood-wise and I was not better without them. If I ever go off of them again (and only if a dr. makes me) I would taper off so so slowly. I never want to experience that again. Good luck to you!! Answered by Katlyn Bensing 1 month ago.
Decreased sex drive?
In order to reduce the panic attacs and resolve my Generalized Anxiety Disorder my doctor prescribed me lorazepam and prazepam, but in quite low dose.Before I was diagnosed with GAD and put on these medications I was quite sexually active with my boyfriend. Since then my sex drive started to decrease, which...
Asked by Jenine Semmes 1 month ago.
In order to reduce the panic attacs and resolve my Generalized Anxiety Disorder my doctor prescribed me lorazepam and prazepam, but in quite low dose. Before I was diagnosed with GAD and put on these medications I was quite sexually active with my boyfriend. Since then my sex drive started to decrease, which frustrates me and especially my boyfriend. Since the doctor told me that I have to take the meds still two months, I am afraid if when I stop taking them my sex drive will come back to normal. Please give some opinion or advice... Answered by Hilda Luevand 1 month ago.
Yes, your sex drive will return. It works on hormones to temporary reduce your sex drive. He could put you on some other meds that do not have that side effect if you insist on it. But if he feels this is the best combination of meds for you and it is temporary, I'd put up with the slight inconvenience for a few months. Answered by Wilber Algee 1 month ago.
There are many different meds out there that might suit you better. Ask your doctor. Answered by Giuseppe Borycz 1 month ago.
take for two weeks n then stop. Answered by Johnathon Gamer 1 month ago.
what was your problem again? lmao Answered by Charleen Payette 1 month ago.
What is the cause for my insomnia?
I am 25 and I've been suffering from anxiety for almost an year. I was prescribed lorazepam and prazepam at the same time. I gradually lower the dose of both medications. But when I stoped taking them completely, (although I was taking 1mg daizepam instead) I started to suffer from insomnia. I wonder if it is...
Asked by Willena Dufficy 1 month ago.
I am 25 and I've been suffering from anxiety for almost an year. I was prescribed lorazepam and prazepam at the same time. I gradually lower the dose of both medications. But when I stoped taking them completely, (although I was taking 1mg daizepam instead) I started to suffer from insomnia. I wonder if it is caused because I stoped taking those medications, even though at the end I was on such a low dose (0,25 mg lorazepam and 2,5 mg prazepam). I don't want to start taking again this medications. For a few nights I am on sleeping pills, but that is not solution, too because I can become dependent upon them. Please tell me if you have any idea what is the cause of my insomnia, and how to cure it? Thanx in advance Answered by Many Psuik 1 month ago.
You didn't mention whether you move around much during the day.Meaning housework, gardening,manual labor or exercising. The absence of these body movements can be a significant cause of insomnia, because the body is too rested. Try Tai Chi for breathing, you can do this outside and get fresh air into your lungs. These are only suggestions, as I can only gather that you are anxious, and trying to get your medication right. Your lifestyle plays a big part in how you rest at night. Answered by Maegan Peretti 1 month ago.
Maybe you should sit down and think of anything that has been bothering you. Are you in an emotional/mental situation with anyone you know? Do you have any problems you need to personally deal with, but somehow, can't? I don't mean to sound like a commercial, but sometimes people can't sleep because something is just bothering their mind. However, it's true, sometimes sitting in front of a bright computer screen can prevent you from falling asleep. It has something to do with the internal clock in your brain. Other than that, un-clutter your bedroom. Also, try to have a set schedule. Sleep around the same time every night and get a certain amount of hours. Answered by Venice Cott 1 month ago.
Perhaps the cause of your anxiety is also the cause of your insomnia. The mind can really work overtime trying to resolve issues as well. Perhaps you have some puzzles that need solved. Just some thoughts ;-) Answered by Angel Bisher 1 month ago.
the best solution for insomnia is to stay awake. dont take naps during the day. if you have to make sure they are no more than 30 minutes. sometimes you have to take something to help you sleep. i suggest anything in the benzo category (xanex,valium,ect.). Answered by Lenard Kilpatrick 1 month ago.
Best thing for u to do is get your Dr. to send you to a sleep disorder clinic to see what is going on and prescribe the best treatment for you. Good luck. Answered by Irene Joachim 1 month ago.
Just turn off the computer and walk away. Answered by Yulanda Schick 1 month ago.
Feeling groggy, lack of sleep, anxiety?
Okay, so in the last three days, I had very little sleep, and the night before this one, I took some prazepam (Lysanxia), but got very little sleep and felt tired but with my head clear, and tonight, I slept without meds, and despite have woken up several times with some anxiety, I slept in total around 7 or 8...
Asked by Amie Mundschau 1 month ago.
Okay, so in the last three days, I had very little sleep, and the night before this one, I took some prazepam (Lysanxia), but got very little sleep and felt tired but with my head clear, and tonight, I slept without meds, and despite have woken up several times with some anxiety, I slept in total around 7 or 8 hours, but now, I feel groggy and slightly nauseated, is it normal? What can I do about it? I suffer of Generalized anxiety disorder... so maybe I worry for nothing, but well... Answered by Judith Hin 1 month ago.
Feeling groggy after consuming sleeping meds is normal, it takes about 18 hours to get out of your system. I would be looking to treat the cause of the anxiety, to do this you must first identify and label all the causes, then address each one individually. Sleeping medication should be a last resort and only used for a short time, otherwise the body becomes dependent on them. Everyone is affected by anxiety, we can't escape it in our world. I have found that it's important to let things go which are out of our control, I believe all things will be taken care of in the end. Things will run their course, whether we worry or not so all we can do is keep our affairs in the best order and don't carry the world on our shoulders. Answered by Lynwood Slotkin 1 month ago.
Yes it can. Lack of sleep can be linked to the following: Diabetes Weakened immune system Obesity Depression Hallucinations Anxiety Paranoia Various other mental disorders Answered by Buford Kher 1 month ago.
I feel groggy and slightly nauseous all the time. I tend to get very broken sleep and suffer nightmares and stuff, so i guess it is pretty common place. I don't worry too much about it because I've had it my whole life Answered by Cordia Betry 1 month ago.
I am single mum. I have been suffering for panic attacks for some 15 years now, though it was not until recently I understood what they were. They were progressively getting stronger and more frequent, stopping me from some days even leaving my house. I read this book and it all made perfect sense. I am not saying I was not terrified of putting theory to action, I was more scared of that than the next attack! But I decided to view it as a game, one I had control of and could therefore not lose! Answered by Arla Arendash 1 month ago.
I go through the same thing or went through it. Anxiety will disrupt you sleep patterns and also bother your stomach. Try drinking chamomile tea (without any sugar, sweeteners, milk, etc) which is natural, before bed. I do that and I haven't been doing it lately and need to contiue drinking chamomile. Good luck. Answered by Zina Berbereia 1 month ago.
How do I calm my anxiety?
I am 14 and i have generalised anxiety and I often have panic attacks. this has been going on for a while. I have serious pain in the stomach do to the increase in acidity. this may sound crazy but baths were the only thing that seemed to help me relax a bit. lately i have became anxious to a point where i am...
Asked by Apryl Crousore 1 month ago.
I am 14 and i have generalised anxiety and I often have panic attacks. this has been going on for a while. I have serious pain in the stomach do to the increase in acidity. this may sound crazy but baths were the only thing that seemed to help me relax a bit. lately i have became anxious to a point where i am paranoid about everything, i cant go to class without sweating and i am constantly shaking. i decided to self medicate. I tried many things but only benzodiazepines worked. cannabis, strangely, stressed me like hell which wasnt wat i thought it would do. so i was taking stuff like lorazepam, prazepam, bromazepam... and sometimes codeine helped me. everything was going quite fine until i overdosed bromazepam and i completely forgot what hapened for about 24 hours. my parents had obviously realised. i have been twice to see a specialist but he wasnt much of a help. i have minor benzodiazepine withdrawl effects and i do feel a little bit addicted.what realy preocupies me is that i dont feel like "myself" anymore. like i am always anxious now, always. it stops me from having any normal social activities. to me, if the price to pay of being less anxious and having a hapier life is being addicted to those drugs, then i am wondering if it is worth it? drugs do slowly kill you but rite now i am already dying. any other ideas to releive constant stress? i am realy open to any propositions but please dont put any "vodoo" stuff because to my own experience those things realy dont work. Answered by Madie Arcia 1 month ago.
Sadly I'm 19 and i went though something very similar when i was 14. I only got help for it this year. Panic attacks are the WORST thing that someone can ever go through- i truly believe that. I hardly know what to tell you because i know exactly how you are feeling. I didn't feel "myself" for about 4 years. i felt like i was in a bizarre fantasy world. and i would go from feeling distant and dreaming to an anxious mess. I still shake and get nervous and have the occasional panic attack. The only thing that helped me was talking to my family and waiting it out. Try and distract yourself. Make a list of things that make you happy and try to focus on them. Many people with GAD are also depressed, so try your best to surround yourself with things that make you happy and feel "real". Im currently on a medication called Cipralex, and it has helped me a lot. I think it helps more with depression then anxiety. But the anxiety has definitely subsided. I feel more powerful and in control of my emotions. Really concentrate on yourself right now. Find a doctor you like and you feel open with. Medication only helps with symptoms, they are not a cure. You need to locate the problems in your life and work to make yourself happy. hopefully this helped. Answered by Danae Amorose 1 month ago.
Hi Luke I have had GAD for over 30 years now so please listen to me when I say that benzos do not work in the long term they will only make your condition worse and they are highly addictive.Knowledge is the way to cope.Read Claire Weeks Self Help For Your Nerves and Paul David At Last A Life both quite cheap to buy on Amazon.Get a hypnotherapy relaxation cd of Glenn Harrold also reasonable from Amazon.These self help ways are not easy but if you are to achieve any kind of relief from your condition you need to try these.Also look at anxietyuk.org lots of help and advice there and Paul David has a website anxietynomore where he has a blog with lots of advice.I hope this helps you if only a little I wish you well and lots of luck with this. Answered by Susy Ziel 1 month ago.
For starters, get yourself in the gym or some type of excercise routine that will help you with your panick attacks, because that's what your experiencing. There must be something in your life that you are worried about. Need to leave it to the man upstairs to resolve that problem. Worrying isn't going to change his plan. Try to get out and keep yourself busy, if you sit around in your home all day that will make your mind wonder and then you end up having these attacks. Drink tea Chamomille that helps, stay away from coffee. Get a good nights sleep, take your bubble bath and glass of wine will help relax you. No fatty foods, eat healthy.Take this time that your husband working to meet with your friends for lunch or dinner or to go to a movie with friends, take advantage of the time for yourself. You deserve it. Good luck : ) Answered by Susannah Klass 1 month ago.
Well, the Clonazepam does help me but try GABBA and Vitamin B12, natural stuff for anxiety Best Wishes Answered by Lessie Bielec 1 month ago.
Poll: which of the Benzo are you taking? and what is your dosage?
oh...and do you experience any bad side effect? me:klonopin 0.75 ..3 times a week... i cannot think or walk properly when i'm on it. anyonelse experience this with yr benzo?
Asked by Xochitl Blickenstaff 1 month ago.
I take Xanax XR (alprazolam) 4 mg/day. And I can take 0.5-1 mg of regular Xanax if I have a panic attack (which is rare) or extreme anxiety as needed. I have no side effects at all from my daily Xanax XR. But sometimes if I would take the 0.5-1 mg "crisis" medication I might get a little tired. And I have been prescribed short term courses (never more than two months) of Xanax at doses up to 12 mg/day. And I have taken most of the commercially available benzodiazepines on The North American and European markets including: Librium, Klonopin (aka Rivotril), Restoril (aka Euhypnos), Valium, Tranxene, Serax, Prazepam, Ativan, ProSom, and Halcion. And about your question, benzodiazepines do cause psychical dependency over time in almost 100 % of people. As bad as that sounds it is typically not a major issue. It just means that the body has adapted to having the medication and if it were to be stopped "cold turkey" withdrawal can occur. None of that is the same as addiction but withdrawal and psychical dependency can occur in addiction and although rare, addiction can occur with benzodiazepine use. So the reason you have problems if you do not take the Klonopin is because you are going into withdrawal. That is why it is critical that people who take any benzodiazepine at any dose long term must SLOWLY reduce the medication dose if it is to be stopped. And this must be done under a doctors care. Benzodiazepine withdrawal can cause serious problems (rarely death can occur) if a medication has been taken long term or at a very high dose. And again none if this is a real problem as long as the medication is not abused or stopped to quickly and your dose have almost no chance of causing the most extreme problems. I just don't want to freak you out at all, you don't need to be. Your times for taking it are very odd. Is it taken only as needed? The only reason I would see Klonopin taken three times a week if for "as needed use" or to prevent withdrawal because Klonopin takes a few days after it is stopped before problems occur due to its long half life. Typically Klonopin is taken twice daily (every 12 hrs) when used to treat anxiety daily. It is a very odd dose but if it works that is great. Answered by Dudley Hattori 1 month ago.
I can handle it all night long.. i am heart burn free..I can receive and give the same amount of whatever all night long..Now where is that raw onion i will place on the plate that will get em going.. Answered by Chang Josiah 1 month ago.
Halcion 0.5mg before bed Answered by Dedra Jimbo 1 month ago.
lorazapam 5mg when im board Answered by Heath Knizley 1 month ago.