If it works don't knock it, is my opinion. I learned along time ago that I had to take medication to survive. I didn't like it at first but none the less it was a matter of life and death and I chose life. If the panic attacks are debilitating and the klonopin works to control them then by all means don't worry about taking it. Your standard of life is important and sometimes we have to do certain things to ensure that standard of living. Make sense?
Now if the panic attacks are not being controlled by the klonopin or you aren't doing anything to learn to control them, then maybe you ought to re evaluate the use of the klonopin. Medication can become a crutch and that is not a good thing. Are you getting any kind of counseling to help you overcome the panic attacks?
Don't want to ramble here, so I think I'll quit before I do. I do wish you the best,
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