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Can inderal (propranolol) cause insomnia nightmares and trouble sleeping?

Can inderal (propranolol) cause insomnia nightmares and trouble sleeping?

Possibly so: Trouble sleeping, as well as vivid and unusual dreams can occur when taking Inderal (propranolol). Worsening of depression can also be a side effect. Other medications and underlying medical conditions may interfere with sleep. You list being on Klonopin - is that being prescribed for anxiety? Persistent mood and anxiety symptoms impair one's ability to sleep, as well as the quality of sleep. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Insomnia (Definition)

A sleep disorder in which you cannot fall or stay asleep. It usually accompanies another sleep, medical, or psychiatric disorder, and can lead to memory impairment, mood changes, and increased risk of ...Read more


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Anyone --tofranil causes insomnia?

Anyone --tofranil causes insomnia?

Not usually: Drowsiness is a much more common side effect. Rarely nightmares can occur. Insomnia is not a common side effect, but in any individual this can potentially occur. ...Read more

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I take these: valsartan(320 mg), amlodipine(10 mg), seroquel(100 mg), concerta(54 mg), depakote(500 mg), paxil(40mg), bupropion(300mg), and Nexium (esomeprazole) (40 mg). Can this combo cause severe low bp? Help.

I take these: valsartan(320 mg), amlodipine(10 mg), seroquel(100 mg), concerta(54 mg), depakote(500 mg), paxil(40mg), bupropion(300mg), and Nexium (esomeprazole) (40 mg). Can this combo cause severe low bp?  Help.

Potentially yes: If you are getting lightheaded or dizzy from this combination you should contact your prescribing physicians or go to the er to have your medication adjusted so that you do not pass out. Stay well hydrated. It is possible for these medications to lower your blood pressure. ...Read more

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Bupropion & Abilify (aripiprazole) & Vyvanse combination effective for BP and depression?

Bupropion & Abilify (aripiprazole) & Vyvanse combination effective for BP and depression?

More information: I think you're not getting an answer because your question is not clear. What is "bp?" borderline personality? Bipolar disorder? Blood pressure? The clearer your question, the more likely you will get helpful information. ...Read more

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Remeron (mirtazapine) for tension headaches?

Remeron (mirtazapine) for tension headaches?

Tension HA Tx: This medicine is effective for major depressive disorder. Sometimes people with chronic pain can have mood disorder symptoms, and it is felt that medicines like this one can be helpful for chronic pain. The usual treatments for tension headache are NSAID medicines, amitriptyline, relaxation, massage, and sometimes muscle relaxers. ...Read more

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Recommendations please! have insomnia&have Tryed Remron trazadone have anxiety been prescribed high doseof clonazepam&now high dose Xanax (alprazolam) depresant 2?

Recommendations please! have insomnia&have Tryed Remron trazadone have anxiety been prescribed high doseof clonazepam&now high dose Xanax (alprazolam) depresant 2?

See sleep specialist: Sleep disorders cause more than just sleepiness. Emotional issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression cause half of all insomnia cases. The sleep specialist can find the cause of the insomnia and treat your condition properly. ...Read more

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Alternating ambien (zolpidem) and Seroquel for insomnia?

Alternating ambien (zolpidem) and Seroquel for insomnia?

Not recommended: Seroquel (quetiapine) is an anti-psychotic medication used for serious psychiatric disorders. It is not recommended as a sleeping aid. Talk to your pcp about what may be causing your insomnia and to find alternative meds if necessary. See: https://sleepfoundation.org/insomnia/content/what-causes-insomnia I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Severe insomnia on arimidex (anastrozole)? Is trazadone a good drug for sleep and anxiety

Severe insomnia on arimidex (anastrozole)? Is trazadone a good drug  for sleep and anxiety

See ans: If Armidex is causing insomnia, you might first try changing the time you take it. If you take it in the morning, try bedtime dose. Trazodone combined with Accuretic, (hydrochlorothiazide and quinapril) which you take, may have additive effects lowering your blood pressure. Melatonin at night may help with no drug interactions. Discuss with your doctor. Also limit caffeine which will keep you awake. I hope this helps. Take care. ...Read more

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What works best for insomnia: elavil or seroquel (quetiapine)?

What works best for insomnia: elavil or seroquel (quetiapine)?

One make work : Better for one individual and vice versa. In other words - there is not a one size fits all response to these medications. They both can be very effective for sleep. Both have potential side effects. Seroquel (quetiapine) has potential to cause tardive dyskensia ; neuroleptic malignant syndrome. ...Read more

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Exp unusual fatigue with Amlodipene + Lisinopril or Metopro. Before Amlo + Tenormin (atenolol)? no fatigue feeling??Why?

Exp unusual fatigue with Amlodipene + Lisinopril or Metopro. Before Amlo + Tenormin (atenolol)? no fatigue feeling??Why?

Medication: Why were you switched from the prior regimen? It appears that the culprit may be Lisinopril since you were on Amlodipine before also and did not have any symptoms. I would contact the physician who prescribed these meds and have them switched over. ...Read more

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Best ssri for panic and anxiety? Take betapace. Cymbalta (duloxetine) too activating. Tried12.5 zoloft. Dizzy after 1 dose. Cleanest ssri?

Best ssri for panic and anxiety?   Take betapace.  Cymbalta (duloxetine) too activating.   Tried12.5 zoloft.   Dizzy after 1 dose.  Cleanest ssri?

Best SSRI 4 anxiety?: I'm sorry you've been struggling to find the right med to treat ur panic d/o. SSRIs are 'first line' (1st choice) for anxiety disorders, including panic d/o. There truly is no one best SSRI, tho. Keep working with your doc, who can help select the next best choice for you, based on your hx & history of responses thus far. Don't give up on the therapy. Best results r found thru meds & therapy :) ...Read more

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Can lowering Lexapro (escitalopram) dose cause anxiety?

Can lowering Lexapro (escitalopram) dose cause anxiety?

Possibly: Lexapro (escitalopram) affects serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain that modulates mood as well as anxiety. Lowering the dose of Lexapro (escitalopram) could increase anxiety, especially if it was done too quickly. Please discuss this with your prescribing physician. ...Read more

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Is nadolol (corgard) as effective as propranolol (inderal, innopran xl) in treating social anxiety?

Is nadolol (corgard) as effective as propranolol (inderal, innopran xl) in treating social anxiety?

NO: In theory, the answer is no because it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier as readily as propranolol. Nonetheless, it does block the catecholamine (adrenalin) response to stress/anxiety so it will still help and we all respond in our own unique way to every medicine so it may be excellent for some people. ...Read more

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Depression from taking uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Depression from taking  uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Some diuretics: Seem to be able to cause depression. Talk with your doctor about this happening with you. ...Read more

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Depression from taking uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Depression from taking uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Probably not: Not a common side effect but could cause medical problems (ie liver failure) that could present as depression--run it by your doc. ...Read more

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What has less-severe side effects: luvox (fluvoxamine) cr or cipralex?

What has less-severe side effects: luvox (fluvoxamine) cr or cipralex?

Due to your age and: Medications, it would be safer for you to take cipralex. It has definitely fewer drug interactions and a more benign side effect profile. However, as in all issues like this, you should follow the advice of your psychiatrist and take the one that has the best chance of working for you. ...Read more

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