Is Valium Better Than Klonopin








Which is better for anxiety, a valium 5 or a klonopin 0.5?

12/21/2014
10:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Is Valium Better Than Klonopin
Which is better for anxiety, a valium 5 or a klonopin 0.5?

3 Answers - Posted in: klonopin, valium, anxiety - Answer: Any answer you get on this will be subjective, as what is "better" for one I just know that the xanax I took before helped more than anything else they've given me.

2 answers • 21 Sep 2012.

Since I can't l much of a difference in their effects, I thought maybe someone on here could l me which worked best for them. Thanks, though!. And in my area, doctors are very hesitant to prescribe xanax, which is the only thing that I've found that help with my anxiety, seizures, muscle spasms, etc.

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Longer Term management Valium or Klonopin info? - Anxiety

10/20/2014
08:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Is Valium Better Than Klonopin
Longer Term management Valium or Klonopin info? - Anxiety

I'm not doing the SSRI's, I'm not depressed and more often than not I think both Klonopin and Valium would be the better choice for long term.

This patient support community is for discussions relating to generalized anxiety, anxiety and eating, anxiety and sleeping, mood swings, panic attacks and panic disorders.

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Klonapin vs Valium ProHealth MECFS and Fibromyalgia Forums

8/19/2014
06:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Is Valium Better Than Klonopin
Klonapin vs Valium ProHealth MECFS and Fibromyalgia Forums

Dr. says valium has more of a muscle relaxant properties than klonapin? I told him I have been working on reducing my Klonopin with Valium.

Discussion in ' Fibromyalgia and ME & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ' started by PITATOO, Jun 22, 2009.

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Reasons for a diazepam (Valium) taper, Professor C

6/18/2014
04:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Is Valium Better Than Klonopin
Reasons for a diazepam (Valium) taper, Professor C

Many other benzodiazepines are more potent than diazepam. For example lorazepam Further Note on Klonopin vs Valium: April 15, 2002. It is well known that.

Suggested schedules and information on relative potencies and elimination half-life are available in the Manual: "Benzodiazepines: How they work and how to withdraw".

Although they may differ in binding affinity for the receptors, potency, elimination time, etc., they all act on all subclasses of benzodiazepine receptors. The main reason that benzodiazepines have somewhat different structures is not so much that they act on different receptors (they don't) but so that the drug companies can call them different drugs.

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Opinions on Valium vs KlonopinXanax? - Benzodiazepines - Take a

4/17/2014
02:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Is Valium Better Than Klonopin
Opinions on Valium vs KlonopinXanax? - Benzodiazepines - Take a

For those of you that have tried Valium and Klonopin and/or Xanax, does Valium feel the same as the others? I know they're similiar, and I can.

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I am trying to taper off Clonazepam due to tolerance at the moment, but I can't get lower than 5mg t.i.d, even staying steady at that dose I constantly feel like I am close to a panic attack. Member. However I found that taking Xanax made my anxiety worse :/ figure that one out. I found that when I switched from Valium 20mg to Clonazepam 3mg I didn't notice any change at all.

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