Klonopin is nasty stuff.
Klonopin is very nasty stuff. Of the Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Klonopin), it’s my experience that Klonopin has the most potential for abuse/addiction, and the worst side effects.
One death is a tragedy, one million deaths a statistic. We are an over-medicated society, and this woman’s end, however tragic or not you wish to view it, is just another statistic.
“Klonopin is nasty stuff.”
Indeed. Extremely addictive. Completely sick to refer to it as an “anti-panic drug” since the panic that it wards off is simply the withdrawal symptoms caused by the drug itself wearing off. Calling Klonopin an “anti-panic drug” is like saying Heroin is an anti-withdrawal-symptom medication.
Respectfully disagree. It helped me through panic attacks during a rough period in my life. And it allows me to go back to sleep when I wake up during the night for no reason, which has been going on for years.
Like anything else, abuse it and you may die. Use it correctly and it helps.
What's worse is the combo. Talk about contraindicated. Aderall provides the grist for the jump and Klonopin removes the self-preservation boundary.