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Re: Klonopin-similarity in function to alcohol??

Posted by Hiba on August 17, 2002, at 0:23:16

In reply to Re: Klonopin-similarity in function to alcohol?? Peter, posted by judy1 on August 16, 2002, at 12:12:28

Excellent reply Judy,
Klonopin is a medicine but alcohol hasn't got any medicinal properties. For those anxious, panic, agitated patients, klonopin is a true necessity while alcohol is a created necessity. Please don't compare them both. Alcohol can induce permanent changes in human body and brain.It is proven . But klonopin or benzos similar to it are never the same. It is true, valium, xanax and ativan induce a mild euphoria attributable to that of alcohol. But it doesn't make them fit to the category of alcohol. I haven't seen any family that is destroyed because of benzodiazepines.




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