... seems to help some. But I've also read that being low on all of the vitamin "B"s can contribute to anxiety. After looking at the health food store at b vitamins I was totally confused. I don't know what I need. I don't eat a lot of foods with vitamin b in them but I don't want a supplement with a lot of extra "herbs" either
TKMarsh; first you don't just stop taking Klonopin if you have been on it for a while and really you are not going to find anything over the counter anything as good as Klonopin, But mild anxiety etc we can learn things to control it. You can't really tell what vitamin you are low on unless you have a good blood test. Which is why I take the vitamin B 100 this is 100mg or mcg of each of the important vitamin B's That we need. And you don't have to worry about it building up in you. Your body pretty much absorbs what it needs and the rest is sluffed off. So it is not toxic. Now it does come in a Vitamin B-50 OR THE 100 Just to make sure you could start with the 50 and take one daily and see how it works on you and Increase it the next time to the 100mg or mcg. DO NOT GET THIS CONFUSED with just a vitamin B complex that also has other stuff in it but also does not even have the daily requirement of vitamin B that people need.
And if you are on a higher dose of Klonopin talk to your doctor as you go and see how to taper down off of it when you think your feeling better. Good luck to you Chuck1957
I am so thankful to be off of Klonopin! For years I was on it and in a total fog, doing things that I would not ordinarily do. My new doc took me off of it slowly and I am so much happier. I take Vistaril and Inderal LA for anxiety and panic. They help. Of course nothing is like Klonopin but I like dealing with anxiety naturally. L-lysine also helps. Good luck!
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