now I'm down to 1mg.im terrified that I won't be able to sleep without it.
As you've only been on Ativan for a month you could probably just stop taking it without getting much in the way of true withdrawal symptoms, however, your highly anxious state, especially over insomnia, could create a cascade of unpleasant symptoms so it would probably not be a smart move.
Will I be able to switch to klonopin and just stop taking the ativan? Also when u take klonopin do u notice it works right away and is it harder to get off of it?
So your doctor wants you on Klonopin instead of Ativan? If so, why didn't he just switch you over? They are both benzodiazepines (BZDs) so there is no need to taper off one before starting the other. Klonopin begins working within about half an hour of the first dose, but it takes a couple of days to build up to maximum concentrations in the blood stream. It isn't that much easier to quit because of the available tablet sizes. The easiest way of quitting BZDs after developing dependence is to switch to Valium (diazepam) and taper off it. Valium has a much longer half-life than the other BZDs and comes in physically large low dose tablets which makes it much easier to reduce the dose in small steps.
I got a prescription for Mirtazapine 15mg but I still feel like im sleeping too lightly or something cuz I wake up exhausted the next day like I haven't slept
The "exhaustion" is probably just sedation from the mirtazapine continuing into the next day. Try taking it an hour or two earlier.
Will the zoloft get rid of my sleep anxiety.
There is a high probability that it will, however, in the short-term it could be making your insomnia worse. SSRIs often cause insomnia in the first few weeks. The recommended way of treating this is with the trazodone I mentioned in my previous post, though mirtazapine is also prescribed for it and can be as effective.