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Re: Clonazepam (Klonopin) - steady state concentration

Posted by ed_uk on March 26, 2005, at 13:12:16

In reply to Re: Clonazepam (Klonopin) - steady state concentration, posted by sdb on March 26, 2005, at 12:21:18


>It doesnt matter........

I'm sorry, I was offended by this. I thought it was unnecessary since no one can identify you.

>Valium has a bad reputation.

It depends which country you live in. Different benzos have different reuptations in different countries.

>Perhaps because it was one of the first benzodiazepines or you have to elevate dosages from time to time........

Dose elevation is frequently necessary with all benzos, including clonazepam. Some people are luckly enough to find a stable dose which is effective for many years, other people are not so lucky.

>Have you ever taken clonazepam?


>What was the difference between Valium/Clonazepam/Lorazepam?

Personally, I find diazepam slightly more sedating and muscle relaxant than lorazepam.

> Did you ever have difficulties to learn things by heart during longterm Lorazepam or Clonazepam?

I've never taken a benzo long term. All benzos can cause amnesia. All the benzos which I've tried have had a negative impact on my memory.

>According to two studies the dosages dont have to be elevated and efficacy remains stable.

Some people are lucky, some are not. I've known people who've developed tolerance to clonazepam's anxiolytic properties very quickly.





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