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If you experience certain types of seizures or panic disorder, your healthcare provider may prescribe Klonopin® (clonazepam). As part of a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines, Klonopin works by affecting a specific chemical within in the brain known as gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). Klonopin helps to enhance the effects of GABA, which reduces anxiety, relaxes the muscles, and causes sleepiness. The medicine comes in a tablet form (or as an orally disintegrating tablet) that is taken by mouth two or three times a day. As with any medication, it is possible to take too much Klonopin. Seek immediate medical attention if you overdose on Klonopin. Symptoms of a Klonopin overdose can include confusion, slow reflexes, and a coma.
(Click Klonopin for the full eMedTV article. This article takes a detailed look at Klonopin dosing, side effects, and available strengths -- as well as some conditions you should let your healthcare provider know about before you take the medicine.)