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Re: Unusual Klonopin reaction Dinah

Posted by Elizabeth on December 16, 2001, at 13:50:56

In reply to Unusual Klonopin reaction, posted by Dinah on December 15, 2001, at 23:14:00

I'm not surprised. For me, opioids (which make most people sedated and foggy) are activating and help me think more clearly, and benzos are neutral (not sedating, not activating either). Lots of times when people are agitated, it's like their thoughts are going too fast for them. Slowing your thoughts down could be expected to make you feel more alert and clear-headed in this case.

Some people also feel fatigued and foggy when they're very depressed, anxious, or afraid -- it's a sort of a way of escaping from the pain, of avoiding thinking about it (by being too clouded to think). In this case you'd also feel more awake if you relieved the feelings that were causing the clouded thoughts and tiredness.

Does that make sense?





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