The supervisor of this employee is *
1. Benzodiazepines work by decreasing the general GABA activity in the brain to relieve anxiety. *
2. Taking Lorazepam may pose severe health risks on the individual such as glaucoma and sleep apnea. *
3. Lorazepam and Clonazepam are known to be anxiolytic and anticonvulsant drugs. *
4. If an individual is experiencing anaphylactic (allergic) reactions, it can be a sign that it is a severe side effect and a physician should be called immediately. *
5. Clonazepam should not be used if patients have significant liver disease. *
6. An individual who is taking Clonazepam or Lorazepam and smokes cigarettes tends to have lower plasma levels. *
7. If a pregnant woman is taking Lorazepam, placental transfer of lorazepam is not possible. *
8. If doses are not equally divided, the largest dose should be given before going to bed. *
9. If Lorazepam is taken for seizures, carry an ID card at all times. *
10. Due to their sedative properties, benzodiazepines have a high potential for abuse. *
11. Abrupt discontinuation of Clonazepam and Lorazepam should be avoided. *
12. The abrupt termination of treatment may precipitate dysphoria and hypersensitivity to light and noise. *
13. Clonazepam & Lorazepam should not be used for long-term purposes, unless under extreme care. *
14. When administering Lorazepam, the oral solution should be diluted before giving/taking it. *
15. Benzodiazepines, such as Clonazepam, are federally controlled substances and an individual must keep track of the amount of medicine in the bottle. *