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leahbeans
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Date Joined Mar 2006
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   Posted 11/8/2006 11:08 AM (GMT -6)   
Most of the time they go away.  Or maybe it's just my mind is so much more relaxed that I dont notice them.  When I do have one while on Klonopin, I shrug it off a lot easier.  But it does come for weeks and then for the most part go for weeks.  So if it was a heart related problem wouldnt it be constant, and possibly more severe withother symptoms?
Leah Beans
 
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harry4
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   Posted 11/9/2006 5:09 PM (GMT -6)   

klonapin ( clonazepam) is a valium type med thats very useful for panic attacks, many of us carry a tablet with us when out so we can disolve it under the tongue if a severe panic attack arrives 'out of the blue' I did this for years

as with all these meds, they can make you feel drunk or drugged until you get used ti them, in which case you simply reduce the dose a while


recovered former longtime anxiety and panic attack sufferer and helper of other sufferers  but no training or  qualifications in medicine or psychology, any remarks that may be taken as advice must be confirmed with doctor or other health professional

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