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Look into the drug itself, and be careful with the doses, it is a narcotic.
It is designed to help you sleep, but like any other medication, it may not work for some people.

Talk to your psychiatrist and let them know your feelings on it, If you feel he/she is not helping you much, switch to another psychiatrist.
[QUOTE=beforeXdishonor]Look into the drug itself, and be careful with the doses, it is a narcotic.
It is designed to help you sleep, but like any other medication, it may not work for some people.

Talk to your psychiatrist and let them know your feelings on it, If you feel he/she is not helping you much, switch to another psychiatrist.[/QUOTE]

Seroquel is not a narcotic, it is an antipsychotic that is often used for sleep. Personally I didn't like it. And Trazadone gave me wicked bad dreams and next day hangovers. There are new sleep meds like lunesta and rozerem, which are not "controlled" substances with little to no risk of dependence. perhaps you can ask your psychiatrist about these. hope this helps.:)
Bella





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