Is once a week safe?
When using Klonopin occasionally for anxiety, how often can you take it without getting addicted?
Question posted by shamus2 on 28 March 2022
Last updated on 4 May 2022 by Carl guz
Twice a week
Oh yes. You would need to be on a large dose for quite some time to worry
Kudos, that you are concerned about addiction.
This medication is only to be used when needed (seizure/panic attack)
Can I suggest something. The core of seizure, panic, anxiety convulsion, stems from mixed communications with our brain cells (neurons) when that happen red alert seeps in. Let's try this.
Organic Juice and Stress relief tablets. Raw vegetables - kale, mustard, turnip, collard, broccoli.
blend all ingredients together with green tea (liquid) drink this twice a day, with B-12, GABA, L-Theanine, Gingko Biloba, Ginseng tablets. In the evening, chamomile tea with Valerian and Ashwagandha tablets.
The main objective is to calm/sedate the neurons (transmitter to the brain and nerve cells) the drink and tablets are known for reducing/decreasing all mental disorder(s) convulsion, panic, anxiety.
This sounds like incredible advice!
Where do you buy Stress Relief Tablets, what kind?
Ditto to what Wildcat said. Be careful with the benzos. I was addicted to Klonopin for over 11 years. It is a brutal drug to detox. It worked good for many years. The reason I don't take it anymore is that I became tolerant and the drug no longer was effective after 11 years of continuous daily use. SSRIs are a much safer bet if you can find one that works for you that you can tolerate. I would personally say try not to use the Klonopin more than maybe 3 or 4 times a month during those acute mental health episodes. Good luck!
In most cases Klonopin addiction can occur after as little as three to four weeks of continuous use.
If you're using it only once a week I wouldn't be too concerned but it would be best to consult with your doctor and get a professional opinion.
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