Non alcoholik beer. Yes there is no reason why not.
Depends on whether. You have an underlying alcohol problem. If that is the case, Clonazepam itself may be a problem for you, but the taste and smell of beer can be a trigger to move from the non-alcoholic variety (which still has about 0.5% alcohol) to something stronger. If there is no underlying alcohol issues, the tiny amount of alcohol in the beer will not interact seriously with Klonopin (clonazepam) in most people.
MAYBE. If you are on medications check with your own physician about using alcohol. Lexapro (escitalopram) is an antidepressant and Klonopin is for anxiety. Alcohol is a depressant and is cross tolerant with Klonopin so it is additive in other words. If you truly drank only one regular size beer once in a while it may be alright but do not drive and do not drink and take the medications at the same time.
Is it okay to drink a nonalcoholic beer while taking. 5 mg klonopin (clonazepam) 2x day? I know there is a very small amount of alcohol in them.
Safe. The amount of alcohol in non-alcoholic is negligible. Should be fine. Be safe.
Not OK in any amount. Adding any amount of alcohol to any amount of medication, especially those which suppress nervous system function (e.g. Klonopin) is never something a doctor'd ever find acceptable. Most important reason? It's dangerous. Consequences such as respiratory depression, coma, and death occur daily.
I take klonopin (clonazepam) half of a 0.5 twice a day, been on it for 3mo now, is it safe to drink a couple glass of wine or beer, I only drink on special occasion?
Not recommended. Klonopin (clonazepam) is a member of the benzodiazepine family, has some anticonvulsant properties. Mixing Klonopin (clonazepam) and alcohol can result in serious reactions and side effects. Ask your doctor for more information.
Taking 50 mg Zoloft (sertraline) and. 5 mg klonopin. We are goin on vacation. Is it okay to have an alcoholic drink? Like one drink, not getting drunk. Thanks
Not a good plan. It is not a good idea to drink alcohol when on medications like zoloft (sertraline) and klonopin. The sedating properties could be additive, including on vacation.