... tons. But up to 3 weeks of 60mg Prednisone hasn't shown to really cause any permanent negative effects. There are the temporary effects, like nervousness, slight insomnia etc. ... (20 replies)
... Thanks Jane,
I've never had problems like this with Prednisone before. I've been careful to take the Prednisone with food. Part of the problem is that I've had trouble keeping food down most mornings when I'm constantly coughing. My GI doc said it is because I'm squeezing my stomach with the coughing and pushing the food up. It was crazy, I've had a lot of bad insomnia,... (43 replies)
... s time however, my body isn't too happy about the Prednisone. I just finished 4 days at 60 mg. I taper down to 4 days of 40mg tomorrow. I've had problems with insomnia every night. Sleeping usually isn't a problem for me and I've been getting just a couple hours a night total on the Prednisone. ... (43 replies)
... onset" asthma in December 2008. I'm questioning this diagnosis. ... (6 replies)
... Also, Red Reishi is an effective cancer deterrent. And it is wonderful to alleviate insomnia. (8 replies)
... I have to go to a Part II because of the length of the info.
Managing Medical Symptoms
Session Three Summary
Thoughts, Attitudes, and Expectations
The ways in which we think, talk to ourselves, and decide what we believe have a powerful impact on medical symptoms. There are ways of thinking that make symptoms feel worse, and ways of thinking that make... (11 replies)
... that DONT cause insomnia or restlessness? ... (4 replies)
... I've been suffering from anxiety, fatigue, irritability and insomnia, as well as asthma, over the past five years.
Recently I went to see a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner who advised me to go to bed
and wake up earlier and keep regular hours.
It took me only a few days to become an early riser.
I wake up at five and go to bed at eleven.
I walk to the park... (5 replies)
... It is very rare to get steroid psychosis from asthma inhalers, etc. ... (6 replies)
... The small dose that is given to you in your asthma inhaler does not enter your bloodstream except in the tiniest fashion. ... (6 replies)
... I looked up the side effects of this drug and although I know Advair and Singulair can cause insomnia I do not see this as a side effect on Azmacort. With saying this though I would not doubt it possible. ... (6 replies)
... yes, asthma drugs that contain steroids, such as azmacort, pulmicort, flovent, advair, etc. can cause insomnia and other psychiatric side effects, such as depression, restlessness, behavioural disturbances. ... (6 replies)
... Asthma and allergies take a lot out of you and probably are the immediate cause of the bags, but there is something deeper going on with your immune system. I have bags under my eyes, asthma, allergies, extreme hormone fluctuations, insomnia, difficulty maintaining my weight though I exercise and eat right, am prone to tumors and growths, always tired and frequently get sick... (7 replies)
... Bad asthma control can certainly cause insomnia. ... (6 replies)
... lung medicines. It was suggested to me I go to the asthma board. I have been told to take advair because of newly developed coughing, wheezing and mucus in my lungs in response to a long sinus infection. ... (4 replies)
... They tried to get me dependent on high blood pressure medication: I beat them on that.
They tried to get me dependent on cortisone creams: I beat them on that.
They tried to get me dependent on cholesterol lowering drugs: I beat them on that.
Now they're gonna try to make me dependent on expensive asthma medications (a $17billion industry) well I'm gonna do my best to beat... (12 replies)
... I have noticed a slight change in my asthma attacks, as they havent been this bad before. ... (5 replies)
... One of my friends says that her menstrual cycles
became irregular after she started taking an inhaled steroid.
I've read that a dermatologist put n zinc female eczema patients who had been using steroid creams.
Their skin conditions dramatically improved within the next few months.
Also, their menstrual cycles returned to normal.
From these facts, I can say that... (6 replies)
... I recently changed prescription drugs. I was using Advair, and now I am using Azmacort. The reason for the change was due to the price difference. I have had the Azmacort for 4 days now, and cannot sleep. The last four nights I have been restless and could barely doze off. If I did, I would wake up within the next 30 minutes, and then, it would take another hour or two to... (6 replies)
... that for disability. they look at the entire picture. If you decide to apply you list everything you have wrong asthma, fibromaylgia exc. if you have depression, insomnia exc you list that to. and you list every single doc that ever treated you. ... (2 replies)