Many people go trough anxiety in a moment of their lifes and some became very nervous before facing a complicated situation. Anxiety is a usual reaction to stress. When someone's anxiety last at least six months, and he or she is worried excessively about everyday problems, he or she most probable has an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders start from feelings of uneasiness to immobilizing bouts of excessive fear. Anxiety is one of the most common, most treatable mental disorder. Medication, usually anti-anxiety drugs, such as Klonopin / Clonazepam(a benzodiazepine derivative), might be required in these cases.
Panic disorder is a major condition that usually occures during with teens or in early adulthood. There seems to be a connection between major life transitions (potentially stressful periods) and mood disorders: graduating from college, getting married, having a first child, and others.
People who suffer from panic disorders can be successfully treated without any medication. But when medication is needed, the most prescribed class of drugs for panic disorders are the benzodiazepines (such as Clonazepam).
Epilepsy is a brain disorder that causes recurring seizures. It has many possible causes, including illness, brain injury and abnormal brain development. People may have unusual sensations and emotions or behave oddly. They may have muscle spasms or lose consciousness.
In many cases, the cause is unknown.
Epilepsy can't be cured, but medicines can keep in control seizures for most people. To treat epilepsy, Klonopin is usually used.
Klonopin is the brand name that is used in USA and some other countries for the seizure medicine. In Canada and the United Kingdom, Rivotril is the brand name used for Clonazepam.
Klonopin is part of the group of medications called the benzodiazepines (BEN-zo-di-AZ-ah-peens).
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