So I was put on what I consider a rapid detox (10 day) after being arrested for a warrant. The nurse told me they don't give out benzos in jail, they are abused. After getting my pdoc's history they decided to taper me off kpins and morning and nightly Topamax (no taper, I told them I have seizures). I was kind of happy to be getting off as I have tried on my own but failed. However, It was far from a comfortable place to stop klonopin. Going from taking 4mg-5mg precribed by pdoc to the usual 2mg morning, 2mg night down to only .5 at night before release. I'm now at .25 at night and alternating trazodone/zolpidem for sleep as to not become a slave to ambien like I have been to klonopin for what seems like 5 years. It was the only thing on my mind, I just waited all day for the night time door opening and hear "medication" to feel better, quickly realizing how truly addicted I was to benzos. The detox was not as bad as mulpitle alcohol detoxes in the past when I have to go to an ER eventually for a shot of Ativan and a script of Librium (Liquor induced delerium tremens). I am also prescribed Topamax which they gave me in jail and comforted me knowing that I probably wouldn't seize. Also my rx'd Paxil 20mg which i've gone to 10mg now, Not given were any sleep aid (traz or ambien) Inderal (Propranolol) for 40 mg morning and night which I'll continue to take like I have (as needed) for social anxiety and panic type heart rate. I am feeling much more aware and hope to stop the small nightly dose or even lower to half of that. I have only stopped klonopin once in 2008 and my dose was only .5 morning/night. This is very different as yesterday I had an attack lasting 1 - 1.5 hours which I took 1mg cut up and Propranolol (40mg) over the course of it to calm down.