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Re: last review of diazepam

Posted by rjlockhart37 on May 1, 2020, at 22:49:41

In reply to Re: last review of diazepam rjlockhart37, posted by Jadde on April 30, 2020, at 7:42:20

klonopin was alot stronger, it's potent. I took it for a year after high svhool, in early days of campus years. It would knock out dexedrine induced insomnia, or dexamphetamine induced, it just hit and i felt all this relief from stress induced amphetmaine.

It's alot more potent, and that's thing why many peopl have problems, its potent relief of anxiety, and that you have to have it.

its good for panic attacks. See, other people react diffrently to each benzo.... bring sources that i've seen on net, but klonopin is known to make your mood lower, it doesn't something with the serotonin receptor sites.

4mg a night, would be a perfect sleeping medication, but during the day, you would be sedated and not in a good mood. WHen i started .5mg X 3 days, i noticed slight relief of anxiety, it took the edge off, then again as moved to 1-2mg noticed sedation and low mood. But absoluettly no anxiety. It's potent benzo. Long lasting too, only thing that confused me about being long lasting was it didnt last long for me, it lasted about 5-6 hours then phsycnological effect was gone.


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