... tiredness? I'm taking naps everyday at lunch
Hi Gd1, From my decades-long experience with klonopin, and the experience of several friends, a reduction of klonopin should not make you more sleepy; the reduction is more likely to make you LESS sleepy since klonopin is a sedative. (Of course some people have the opposite reaction, called paradoxical reaction, and in general no two bodies are the same.) Have there been any other changes in your medication or other substances? And also, when did the tiredness start? Let us know, although you may end up having to ask your doctor anyhow.
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