Only thing that works for me is excedrin. Conazepam can make you kindof a zombie. I would look into changing your diet or figuring out what is giving you all the headaches in the first place. I get crushing headaches and I found the best solution is to drink plenty of water and make sure not to skip meals.
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Only thing that works for me is excedrin. Conazepam can make you kindof a zombie. I get crushing headaches and I found the best solution is to drink plenty of water and make sure not to skip meals. I would look into changing your diet or figuring out what is giving you all the headaches in the first place.
the way i understand it this has an anti anxiety effect so could help you if your headaches are sleep/anxiety related. i have been on this, i had many headaches but it was prescribed as a sleep aid.
Forget about sex? This would be a dealbreaker with me.
I have not tried it, but as an alternative that you may or may not have already tried, look into Trigger Point Therapy.
Clonazepam is sometimes prescribed to those who suffer from certain panic disorders or seizures and numerous studies have revealed that it has been shown to be quite effective in treating tinnitus as well. So far there have been many people with tinnitus who have found relief through this medication, though it is not.
A number of clinical trials have revealed that this medication is useful for the treatment of vertigo. Clonazepam is also a good medication for the treatment of pulsatile tinnitus, though the need for clinical trials still remains. In one of the most definitive studies of Clonazepam, 77% of those who participated responded well to the medication and found that their dizziness was significantly reduced while on it.
People with severe tinnitus often suffer from issues with anxiety, depression, and in some cases panic disorders.
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Although most of the research work to date has involved carbamazepine, improvement in bipolar symptoms with clonazepam has been exhibited in controlled studies and case reports. The use of anticonvulsants as treatments for bipolar affective disorder is growing, and despite relatively scant data, anticonvulsants have become widely accepted as adjuncts to lithium therapy, particularly as alternatives to neuroleptics. The data thus far indicate that clonazepam can be added to the treatment regimen of bipolar patients and apparently reduces cycle frequency; many patients using neuroleptics and lithium can be switched to lithium and clonazepam without suffering acute relapse; and clonazepam may be associated with fewer depressive recurrences than neuroleptic treatment. The author summarizes studies done by the Bipolar Research Group of the Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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