Recent Examples of clonazepam from the Web
Benzodiazepines for anxiety and panic disorders (e.g. Xanax [alprazolam], Valium [diazepam], Klonopin [clonazepam], and Ativan [lorazepam]) are known to cause drowsiness.
Finally, a psychiatrist started her on the clonazepam three times a day as needed.
Then there is Klonopin, the brand name for the pill known as clonazepam, which was originally brought to the market in 1975 as a medication for epileptic seizures.
The doctor prescribed clonazepam, an anti-anxiety drug, to calm him, but Ms. Ferreira still found that when João Lucas was home, something often went wrong.
The doctors first treated her depression and panic symptoms with an antidepressant, paroxetine, and an anti-anxiety medication, clonazepam.
There are also medical treatments, like CPAP machines for sleep apnea and medications like clonazepam, says Duclos.
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Origin and Etymology of clonazepam
First Known Use: 1970See Words from the same year
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