I feel the same way about
meds that you do, however if they help why not take them. Diabetics have to take insulin, people with liver disease need to take ...whatever they take. I am trying to come to terms with the fact that I may have to take Klonopin/Clonazepam from time to time for the rest of my life.
From what I am hearing from all the helpful people on this site, it won't harm you. Drinking alchohol excessively harms us, smoking harms us, trans fats harm us.. these things harm us more than clonazepam and look how may people do these things, even knowing the dangers. I have a friend who has liver problems due to drinking too much. You would think he would stop. Not him. I figure if I have to take it, I'll make up for it by doing other things like excersising, eating healthy, not smoking or drinking (except an occasional beer at a football tailgate). Try thinking of doing healthy things tto offset that you have to take some medications and call it even. Actually, you'll be ahead of the game.