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Herbal Treatment For Bad Dreams
See a professional: Bad dreams are a symptom of an underlying emotional issue. You should be trying deal with the underlying cause, not the symptom. A good psychotherapist should be able to help you get to the bottom of the problem so you don't have to keep having bad dreams. See a psychologist, or a psychiatrist (in person!) who specializes in psychotherapy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I stopped taking geodon (ziprasidone) because i really am not schizophrenic or other things. Once i discontinue i don't sleep and have bad dreams when i do. 2.5week?
Geodon (ziprasidone): Need to have long discussion with your prescribing doctor about what the Geodon (ziprasidone) was prescribed for, what the withdrawal effects from stopping it suddenly, how to gradually taper if it is not agreeing with u, & what other alternatives are out there to try. ...Read more
I started having bad dreams after I used Saphris (asenapine) once. Does it ever get better? I don't want to have vivid weird bad dreams. Am also on geodon 80 mg
Very similar: The 2 drugs you are on have near identical mechanism of action. I am not sure that I would prescribe both drugs at the same time to one patient. Bad dreams can be a side effect of either one and the dreams in themselves are not dangerous. However, since this is unusual for you I would discuss with the prescribing doctor about getting off one. Fear serotonin syndrome in future. ...Read more
Expert help: You could see such an expert personally about your bad dreams. Doctors (like us) who've never met you can only guess about them. Psychologists, psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals would be happy to explore this problem with you. That way you'd receive more appropriate suggestions too. Best wishes! ...Read more
Yes, Prazosin: Prazosin is an older blood pressure medication (alpha receptor blocker) that has been found in a number of studies to be helpful for nightmares and bad dreams, especially in ptsd patients. This is an off-label use, you take it each night. Common side effects include lightheadedness/orthostasis and low energy. Usual dosing for this purpose can be 1 mg to 10 mg but some patients go much higher. ...Read more
Nvr had prpr slp hvng bad dreams know what's gng on in surrondngs freqnt awake even alprax.5 doesn't wrk hvng these cndtnts from v.Early age?
Sleep Clinic: In many cases Alprazolam is not even close to the best approach to solve your problems. I always recommend getting help from the sleep clinic. There are also significant books on how to relearn how to sleep without pills. Good sleep hygiene and this natural approach may also help you. ...Read more
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