The outcome would be much the same if the question were "which benzos are most commonly used in the US?"Klonopin... and I have tried every benzo on that list (and some more).
Your location is listed as the UK, the motherland of benzo bashing. Doesn't the NHS also only allow Klonopin to be used for seizures?Clonazepam saved my life, .....literally. My thought process is better, I am sharper and more witty, confident.
Have been using it for 6 years, .....and will continue to do so for the rest of my life.
A weeks worth on benzos? Is that the most they'll prescribe at once? Man, that really sucks. I'm 19, went to my doctor for social anxiety and "panic attacks" (to get the benzos). He gives me Zoloft for the SA and hooks me up with 90 .5 Xanax a month with one refill. And when and I call for a refill, there's never any questions asked by him...the nurse grilled me though. But who cares, shes a nurse!When it comes to benzodiazepines I am astonished at how many people here have accessed them. America has a bigger prescription drug issue than Europe.
Doctors in Europe will MAYBE give you Valium, and only for short-term use.
Your only chance of getting any stronger benzos is if you're going mad and the police surgeon has to sedate you, you're about to undergo surgery, or you're severely mentally ill (ie. rocking back and forth in a psychotic fit).
I am talking from experience, diazepam (Valium) is like a wonder drug for those with social anxiety, the feeling of relaxation is great. At the beginning 5mg had me chilled out, now it takes me 15mg.
It's a road to addiction, I'm on it, I don't like it. I have used some crazy techniques to limit my use of valium. I take an envelope, put my pills in it and send it to myself 2nd class mail. Just do I know I can't take them all.
I was given a week's worth of benzos on Tuesday and by Wednesday they were gone, and what do I do the rest of the time, knuckle down and take the sweat, no choice.
I was in a state-run mental ward for two weeks, the people who are on strong benzos there are gone, there's no hope, you can see it in their eyes. The guy in the bed next to me was screaming all night the poor man he was in his own private hell he needed him I pray for that man he was a nice guy and his mind was taking him through torment, he needed benzos.