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Re: Long Term Klonopin Usage Siraris

Posted by psychlover on January 4, 2004, at 13:04:10

In reply to Re: Long Term Klonopin Usage, posted by Siraris on January 4, 2004, at 4:18:26

> I have been having issues with memory recall for a while, but I don't know if it is Klonopin or not.

My neurologist said that Klonopin inhibits the formation of new memories (because it increases GABA, I believe), hence the short-term recall problems.

> I tried getting off to see what kind of cognitive effects it would have on my memory, and even after dropping half a mg I started having panic attacks again.

Same thing happened to me, but I stuck it out through the panic attacks, so I am now down to 0.25 mg a day. I still get anxious though sometimes and think I am going to have a panic attack. Not a perfect solution for me.

>Anyone who has said they have issues getting off, and state their symptoms, they are symptoms of having panic attacks again, not withdrawl symptoms.

My psychiatrist told me the exact opposite, that they were in fact withdrawal reactions. This does not mean Klonopin is addictive however. This just means that your body becomes habituated to a certain amount in your body and reacts when that substance is no longer available.




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