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Seroquel for sleep
May 26, 2013
... Thanks for your response. I don't what kind of sleep disorder you have but I am surprised that you are on that high of a dose. ... (5 replies)
Seroquel for sleep
May 25, 2013
... definetely seroquel is not addictive, i abused the hell out of sleeping pills, but never needed to abuse seroquel. even though i did take more than i needed too sometimes. ... (5 replies)
... I had increased apathy from Zoloft. It was terrible! (10 replies)

... axiety disorder. As far as sleep goes I never slept better. If I took the recommended dosage of 100mg I would get the munchies for about 30 minutes then would immediately pass out...whether I wanted to or not...as far as negative side effects... ... (10 replies)
... psychotic for treatment of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Some doctors prescribe it for a number of other reasons, including for sleep. I would recommend asking your doctor for a sleeping pill like Ambien, Lunesta or Sonata instead. ... (5 replies)
... knowledgable feedback and feel that I should provide as much information as possible. This will include a listing of medications and diagnoses not related to my sleep test. ... (2 replies)
I cant sleep help
Oct 16, 2012
... i've had insomnia forever since i've been working graveyard shift for almost 30 years. my sleep disorder doc said your body never gets used to it, but its the only shift i can work. ... (53 replies)
... i have had insomnia for so many years, but then i work night shift, and have for over 25 years, so there you go. i have two ways of falling asleep. ... (0 replies)
... Seroquel is an atypical antipsychotic and FDA approved for bipolar depression, mania associated with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. ... (6 replies)
... I was seeing a lady for my sleeping problems and she prescribed Sertraline and later on, Seroquel. I forget the dosage for the former, but I was prescribed 50mg of Seroquel per night and was told to double it if it didn't work. She said it would help relax me and put me to sleep. ... (1 replies)
Sleep /help
Mar 8, 2006
... Even as bad as it was, I can safely say it was all worth it because I do sleep now without anything and feel much, much better!! I did get my own sleep chemicals back, although with some lingering sensitivities which seem to be slowly improving. ... (7 replies)
Sleep /help
Mar 8, 2006
... WOW! I was searching through the sleep disorder boards after getting off the depression and Bipolar Disorder boards. I could have wrote these threads. I have been on Ambien and Xanax for over a year. My Insomnia is Chronic now. ... (7 replies)
... It quickly became extreme delayed sleep phase syndrome, and has since developed into something 25 and counting doctors have been unable to diagnose. ... (2 replies)
... When I try to sleep at night I get jolted awake by electric shock sensations. My arms and legs start twitching when I am about to drift off to sleep. ... (1 replies)
... I've had an untreated sleep disorder for soo long... two years. ... (0 replies)
... in grandma, mom, and brother all gathering around the refrigerator at night, sometimes it got congested in there. But for the most part everybody was pleasant and courteous, with distant and soporific smiles on their faces. My brother, occasionally not so much. ... (0 replies)
... dose of Seroquel which helps greatly and I have been on regularly for past two years. ... (0 replies)
... ive been working night shifts for 25 years. i have all sort of sleep problems! ... (1 replies)
Insomnia
Oct 24, 2014
... That is what I told the doctor. But he says it has many other purposes. Not to think its for like you said bipolor, schizophrenia. My belief though is that, if you take this type of medicine. It helps with those diagnoses. ... (2 replies)
... What drug are you saying is a tranquilizer? The Seroquel? Certainly that is true, but it is most commonly used to treat schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. The original poster is apparently dealing with some pretty serious mental illness. As such, I don't know that a "drug-free" life is really a practical or even a desirable goal. Not everyone develops tolerances to... (6 replies)




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