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... ativan" and I think there is quite a difference between the 2. They are both addictive, but i think the ativan is far more addictive than the klonopin. My dr won't prescribe anything for me but the klonopin and I get a lecture that it can become addictive with each prescription. ... (7 replies)
... This is a cautionary tale of what can happen to some who take a high dose of a benzo every day for months. ... (2 replies)
... I am currently taking Klonopin for panic attacks. I also have "social anxiety disorder," and my doc wants me to start Zoloft for both. ... (8 replies)

... mg of Klonopin is a very small dose, so you shouldn't worry. I take 2 mg per day of Xanax and Xanax doses are similar to Klonopin. They are equal in standard doseage. ... (3 replies)
... In my research I have come to learn that xanax will become addictive to those who have had addiction problems in the past. It may not be your best choice. Maybe klonopin.......ativan. ... (6 replies)
Aug 28, 2007
... I am 24 and take .5mg of Klonopin twice a day. I was told that I could take three if I felt I needed it. I have not had to yet and I have been on the medication for almost 3 months. ... (14 replies)
... I heard that klonapin can effect your heart if you stop taking it suddenly. so you have to wean off it gradually. ... (8 replies)
... can be addictive. However, not everyone becomes addicted. I was on a Benzo for 10 years and did not become addicted. ... (1 replies)
... bed 0.5 3x daily but that knocked me out so I cut them to 0.25 and take them 4 times daily, so 1mg daily. I just keep reading all these people saying 'oh it's so addictive and you'll become an addict and it's not for long term use' it scares me. ... (9 replies)
... have not been trained in the anxiety disorders and see these medications as being "addictive". However, these medications are NOT addictive for people with clinical anxiety disorders. ... (9 replies)
Xanax xr
Feb 26, 2005
... other one, too many side effects, and no one told me how hard the wd would be coming off Effexor. So I want to know about this Xanax XR. I have heard that Xanax can also help FM patients. I'm not depressed but I feel anxious a lot. Like your coming out of your skin. I just want to feel calm. I have a new Psyc. ... (30 replies)
Benzo addiction
Oct 18, 2003
... piece of Klonopin and it works. ... (23 replies)
... That being said, it is possible your body will become dependant on the medicine if you take it for a prolonged period. It's the same thing as a diabetic being dependant on insulin. ... (4 replies)
... BLOWN panic attacks anymore...I can do just about anything and live a normal life. ... (46 replies)
... dose. Once this starts, you can get trapped in a viscous cycle of constant anxiety much worse than baseline and constantly trying to raise your meds to keep up with your anxiety. ... (26 replies)
... because of the risk of dependency they try to get you off of them and put you on something more "long term" just in case you happen to be one of those people who become addicted to the benzos. ... (16 replies)
... If you can get past this with some type of therapy such as CBT then do so for your own sake. If you only require 0.25mg to stop panic attack symptoms then you can do this without the medications. You should try every avenue before medication and if you have to go on one then an srri would be better then a benzo. ... (14 replies)
... She says Oh, we can wean you off. I'm not worried. OF COURSE THEYRE NOT WORRIED! It's not their brain that's getting filled with drugs! ... (10 replies)

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