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Clonazepam works by increasing levels of a calming chemical in your brain. This can relieve anxiety, stop seizures and fits or relax tense muscles. The most common side effect is feeling sleepy (drowsy) during the daytime. Clonazepam is not likely to be addictive if you take it for a short time (2 to 4 weeks). If you take clonazepam for more than 2 to 4 weeks, your dose will need to be reduced gradually before you stop taking it.
It’s important to take clonazepam exactly as your doctor tells you to.
You’ll usually start on a low dose and gradually increase it over 2 to 4 weeks until your doctor thinks the dose is the right dose.
Your doctor will tell you if you need to take clonazepam in 1 dose or split your dose so you take it up to 3 times each day. Ask a doctor or pharmacist if you’re not sure how to take it.
Clonazepam belongs to a group of medicines called benzodiazepines.
It’s used to control seizures or fits due to epilepsy, involuntary muscle spasms, panic disorder and sometimes restless legs syndrome.
Clonazepam is available on prescription only. It comes as tablets and as a liquid that you swallow.
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