Hi. I'm confusded about my newly prescribed Klonopin. What the devil is it supposed to do? I've heard many people claim it does wonders to relieve their anxiety, yet when I take it, I don't feel hardly anything at all. I THINK it might be helping a little bit, but that could just be wishful thinking. I may as well be taking a sugar pill. It doesn't even make me drowsy like it does for a lot of people and it doesn't mellow me out. I'm disappointed. I need something to help me for my bad anxiety epidsodes. I always feel a certain level of anxiety 24/7. Does Klonopin just not work for some people? Am I like immune to it? Or does it just take time for it to build up in the body and have an effect. I'm on .5 mg to be taken twice a day. I've been taking them twice a day as prescribed, for the past week, but I'm starting to feel like it's fruitless. I even cheated and even tried taking 2 pills at once during a bad epidsode and didn't feel any big effect. Can anyone offer suggestions as to what's going on? Is there some special way I should be taking it to make it work better? Thanks. I'm at my wit's end here. I'm becoming afraid that there might not be anything out there to help me with my anxiety, especially since I've heard the klonopin is one of the strongest things out there one can take. Help!
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