Hello, this is Kitt and Welcome to HealingWell.
I agree with paniccu on this one. If you think it is menopause then see a GYN physician.
If you feel it is anxiety, you should see a psychiatrist as they are the experts of dealing with the mental disorder drugs. Yes they will recommend therapy too as your cannot live on Klonopin forever. You need to get to the root of your problem.
Signs of anxiety include restlessness, a lot of worrying about things that probably will not happen, and not being able to pay attention or remain focused on a task. Sometimes the stress can get extreme and lead to panic attacks. Panic attacks are short times of intense fear and anxiety, which often include quick heartbeats, shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness or stomach problems.
Some things that may help lower your stress are:
• Getting enough rest (at least 8 hours a day)
• Meditation (sitting quietly with your thoughts)
• Listening to gentle music
• Taking a warm bath
• Going for walks
• Regular exercise that you are used to doing
Take care and again I hope we can help you.