i have severe anxiety,with daily medicine like(1)olnazepan 5mg+fluoxanine 20mg(fostera 5)(2)mitrazapine 15mg(mirnite 15)(3)etizolam 0.5mg (etilaam)three in a day(4)alprazolam0.5mg(zolax sr)three in a day.
But after 2 month these r not so effective.so doctor told me to use lonazep.1.0mg(clonazepam)whenever i feel problem.he also told me that i can use lonazep 3-4 times in a day if needed.IS IT OK.OR NOT.?
I replied to your posting without reading your profile.The above posting is quite clear.As you are taking pains to learn about the treatment i am sure you will arrive at the right medication.Be in contact with Ryne
A note: klonopin eventually reaches torerance, although advise to take klonopin is a good alternative to the shorter acting benzodiazepine's, along with the "Dr's advise" be advised that extended use of klonopin has potential for tolerance and addiction and a proper withdrawal schedule needs to be implemented.
i have had a lot of palpitations off late and have also been quite streesed due to which my doc advised me to take Lonazep .5 mg self dissolving tablets... i have never been on any anxiety pill before so i would like to know whether it's safe to take these pills or not and wht are the side effects, if any?.... plz respond if anyone has any answers
I had started 0.25 mg. of Alprazolam as a sleeping pill. Now till last month i was 1.5 mg.. Tnis dose or even 1.75mg. did not help for sleep. i developed tolerance.A psychiatrist, my freiend, suggested to reduce Aprazolam to 1 mg. and add Ambien 5 mg. This combination has worked well. I am comgortable. Even my bathroom visits (urination) is reduced. I hope i donot develop tolerance to thie combination.Should i reduce Alprazoam by .25 mg? I want to completly eliminate Alprazolam. Is it possible?
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