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Seroquel, Rozerem, Gabitril, Restoril, Trazadone, Melatonin, Ambien & CR, Lunesta, Klonopin, Doxepin, L-Tryptophan, GABA, 5 HTP, Remeron, Sonata Herbals tried: Valerian, Passion Flower, Skullcap, Hops This is a pretty desperate situation. If you know of any MD, or of any untried meds/herbs, please reply asap! Thanks very much in advance for your help!
Seroquel, Rozerem, Gabitril, Restoril, Trazadone, Melatonin, Ambien & CR, Lunesta, Klonopin, Doxepin, L-Tryptophan, GABA, 5 HTP, Remeron, Sonata Herbals tried: Valerian, Passion Flower, Skullcap, Hops This is a pretty desperate situation. If you know of any MD, or of any untried meds/herbs, please reply asap! Thanks very much in advance for your help!
How can I deal with it in the meantime? I do take Xanax occasionally and valerian root supplement frequently, but these don't fully take care of the problem and do make me feel a bit fatigued the next day.
Trazodone or Rozerem but, in the end, none of them are a solution to insomnia because they don;t work well in the short term and stop working in the long-term. CBT is the only permanent, effective solution. Dr. Jacobs www.cbtforinsomnia.
I've tried many, many natural products including Melatonin (But I think it was 1mg and not a good brand). The neurologist called in an order for Rozerem. I hate it- it not only does NOT help with my insomnia, but has made me feel dizzy, foggy, and just off balance the foll. days. After doing alot of research, have found out it's a glorified pharmacutacal version of Melatonin but with other crap mixed in; then sold for alot of $$ (co-pay even was $50).
I have tried the valerian root caps.....not sure if they are working or they just take a long time ....hours to get me a few hours sleep. I am trying to stay away from the valium. I have to admit that I have been taking at least 8-10 10mg valium since last wed. I know that is a lot and I am a bit scared now that I can start a problem with them if i keep taking them at this rate. also, 4 soma at night. If I don't exceed this for longer than 6 days should I be ok???
Are any herbals good? Like Valerian? Passionflower? etc...I am taking sun l-theanine, but it doesn't help much at all. Please help me ! I need "something" to calm me down. Thank you so much!!
Sleep is extremely important in your recovery. I finally got prescribed a sleeping pill called rozerem(it is not a benzodiazapien and is not addictive). It knocks me out within a half hour. It does take about a week to get used to in the morning, but after that it is fine. The body aches could continue for months. But it is something you have to deal with unfortunately.
Melatonin-is a naturally occurring hormone, supplemention does help induce sleep. However, long term use can cause depression. Valerian-Good ol' valerian. Go ahead and buy yourself some valerian. It may not work, but it won't hurt. Valerian is a mild sedative and frankly if you can get away with just valerian, then godspeed. there are also a host of other formulations of herbs that you'll find at a health food store containing things like California Poppy, chamomille and licorice.
Thanks.I think my sleep problems are related to Risperdal and Xanax withdrawal reactions.My sleep problems began in October first week when my Psychiatrist start tapering me off Risperidone from September and it has gradually worsened as the dose was further reduced.Now I am off the Risperdal and mood wise I am OK.On my request my Psychiatrist has further slowed the tapering of Xanax.I am meeting him on 26th and will ask him for a sleeping aid like Ambien.
Lunesta has a slight potential of a person building up a tolerance to it. The sleep aide Rozerem is safe and effective and works to adjust the sleep cycle and has no potential of addiction. If that is a problem for you you might want to ask your psychiatrist about that. Always tell your psychiatrist the exact truth but if you have physical withdrawal symptoms they need to know as those are always of concern.
if you are going talk to the pharmacist and you need something what about rozerem i heard that was supposed to be very safe ask him/her what the differences are
It should start to get better over time, and you're probably through the worst of it. Some things you might look into are Valerian Root - an herbal supplement that can help reduce anxiety and aid in sleep. Trazodone - a prescription antidepressant that is currently prescribed more often as a sleep than as an antidepressant. I believe it is related to the tricyclic family of ADs Benedryl - an OTC antihistamine that helps some. I don't like it because it leaves me feeling groggy for too long.
As for sleep aides Rozerem is a medication that works like melatonin to adjust the sleep cycle. You could ask your psychiatrist about that. If you feel manic and you are prescribed Seroquel for that you could ask your psychiatrist about starting it again. There are also some general guides as regards sleep hygeine. I had a sleep test and they gave me one and there are some specific ideas that would work for anyone. They probably have a similar guide posted around here as well.
Your sleep will remain disrupted for a few weeks, so maybe try some herbal remedies like Valerian Root or Kava Kava (do not use too often or for extented periods of time though). Melatonin may help some as well. I was only on 40-50mg for about 6 months, but I quit CT, no taper. I did it under medical supervision and for the first 3 days w/ Ativan, Ambien, Tylenol, and Sinemet (RLS/Parkinson's Disease medication and my LIFE SAVER). I also had IV fluids for the first few days.
restoril is an old sleeper i was never to impressed with it, lunesta is allright for somepeople( it gave me a really bad metallic taste in my mouth) a lesser addictive newer pill is rozerem . You could start out trying the mellatonin or benadryl or valerian root ( those are all over the counter not habit forming) they may work for u , but in my case i need the ambien cr.
And did he or she recommend the concomitant use of sleep remedies such as melatonin, valerian combinations, or homeopathic remedies? And finally, have you seen a therapist to try and work out why you're responding to stress in this way or are you just trying medication?
Also of note is that my body often seems to work backwards to most people, in that Valerian as well as other commonly used things make my sleep worse, as does Lamictal. In fact, I'm only able to take a very small dose (6.25 mg) of Lamictal because it really screws up my sleep badly, and it generally helps people sleep better. I'm still hoping that my body will get used to it.
As per sleep aides Lunesta is good and especially Rozerem as it adjusts the sleep cycle. I never tried Provigil because I was afraid it would make me manic (though I may be wrong) and in the sleep study as they emphasized the concept of sleep hygeine is important. Regular bedtimes, etc. and stop all activating activities an hour before bedtime especially the internet. Sometimes a book that is not of much interest can be helpful. It depends.
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