Clonazepam , also known as benzodiazepine, is a central nervous system depressant used to control seizures and relieve panic disorders. It works by slowing down the nervous system.
Clonazepam is available as an oral tablet which is usually taken three times per day with or without food.
This prescription may be habit-forming. To avoid mental or physical dependence to Clonazepam , you should not take more than your prescribed dose or take it too often.
The most common side effects of Clonazepam are dizziness, drowsiness, light headache, dry mouth, weakness, tiredness, diarrhea, upset stomach and changes in appetite.
Clonazepam may be also used for other conditions, as determined by your doctor.