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Klonapin or Rivotril as we in Canada call it is used as an anti-epileptic and ,when used prophylactically,also prevents the occurence of Panic Attacks. The active ingredient is Clonazepam which is a "cousin" drug to Valium(diazepam) and many other Benzodiazepines. The daily dose widely varies from 0.5 Mgs'-20 Mgs'/Day. To answer your question:Yes, Klonapin may cause daytime drowsiness at the beginning of treatment but this is usually dose related.If you feel that it is impairing your ability to function to the point of injuring yourself or others;I would advise that you speak with your Doctor Re:Dosage adjustment.Good Luck

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Q: Can clonipin make you drowsy or groggy and are you able to take it for anxiety as prescribed and still function daily?
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