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Mirtazapine And Ambien
I take mirtazapine 15mg and Ambien (zolpidem) 10mg at bed time to sleep I was wondering if I desided to stop taking it what would be the best way to do so?
Stop which one?: First of all, Mirtazapine is an antidepressant. Don't stop taking it without discussing with your prescribing md. That said, if you are taking Mirtazapine you should sleep well enough that you would not need the ambien (zolpidem). So I will assume you want to go off ambien (zolpidem). Taper it. Lower it to 1/2 tab and see if you still sleep ok, then 1/4 tab, and if ok, then stop. ...Read more
Mirtazepine (remeron) is a noradrenergic/specific serotonergic antidepressant [nassa]. It is used for major depressive d/o, various anxiety disorders, chronic pain, and others. In some, it can help ssri-induced sexual dysfunction & "poop out." it can be sedating and also increase appetite -- good for some ...Read more
Can you tell me if I could take Ambien Xanax (alprazolam) remeron and hydroxozine at the same time?
Would not advise it: These are all sedating drugs, and may work in either an additive or synergistic way. Even if only additive, the accumulated effect may be excessive sleepiness, which could be dangerous if alertness is required - like driving or operating machinery, or even taking care of children and crossing a street. If synergistic, the effects could be dangerous and include respiratory depression. Talk to md. ...Read more
No Matter what time I go to bed at night I wake up at 3 AM. What can I do to remedy this situation.? I have tried Ambien (zolpidem) CR, trazodone and remeron.
Can't sleep. Not even Ambien (zolpidem) works. Currently on remeron but don't sleep through the night. Wake up with a racing heart even when calm & relaxed. Help?
Are there any reason why my Adderall seems to not work when I take my remeron, buspar, (buspirone) or kolonpin or ambien. All low doses except 30mg add?
Overdosing: There is no scientific evidence of drug safety when more than four or five drugs affecting one's brain are taken at one time. This significant list of medications taken together raise all kinds of warning flags. In my practice when someone is on this many mental health medications at once I always request a second opinion from a different mental health professional. This is not safe. ...Read more
Don't know if anxiety is my issue. Can't sleep. Tried ambien, (zolpidem) remeron, vistaril nothing puts me out. Heart races. Why? Love life, very happy.?
Sleep assessment: You need to rule out medical causes of sleep disruption if these sleep medications are not helping. For example, you may have an underlying sleep apnea or even a silent form of asthma, both of which can disrupt your breathing during sleeo and awaken you. Or you may have an underlying psychological condition affecting your sleep. Make an appointment with a neurologist who specializes in sleep probs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've tried restoril trazadone remeron celexa an Ambien (zolpidem) none of them worked or just worked for like two weeks & stopped what's the best sleep meds?
Worked for 2 weeks: Only Ambien (zolpidem) is habit forming. If you took many of those COMBINED and not sleep well, means you have severe mental disease not just sleep problem. If Rx works for only 2w then means not proper dosing for long term benefit. You have severe problem and need a psychiatrist early to avoid aggravation and waste of time and health by symptomatic treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I take norvasc, klonopin, accolate, Ambien (zolpidem) and remeron. And is there a safe pain killer to take?
Depends.: What type of pain are you trying to treat? If this is due to Arthritis, any NSAID like Naprosyn, Celebrex or Ibuprofen can help. Tylenol (acetaminophen) may also be helpful. These medications can be used for headaches, toothaches or muscles aches. Post-surgical pains may need a stronger pain medication initially such as Hydrocodone or at the discretion of the doctor. ...Read more
My psych now has me on remeron, buspar, (buspirone) 30mgx2 Wellbutrin 300mg xl, Adderall 15mgx2, and Ambien 10mg. I thought REM was a antidep?
Was just put on 2 2mg tab Valium an hour apart nightly along with 30 mg remeron by psych for sleep onset insomnia and depression. I was on 1 mg klonopin and ambien as needed previously for anxiety and depression and insomnia. Is this a good combo?
Have a sleep study in a week can I take a Ambien or lunesta (eszopiclone) to fall asleep quick? I take clonazepam 3mg inderal 80mg and remeron 45 mg at night?
Doctor gave me 5mg of Ambien (zolpidem) to take as needed with my remeron 45 mg at night to fall asleep fast is it ok? Also take clonazepam 3mg and inderal 80mg
I've tried many sleep aid remeron trazadone Ambien (zolpidem) some depressant none workd doc keeps mentioning seroquel is it the last thing they want 2 prescribe?
Healthier Suggestion: How about we figure out why a 23-year-old woman has insomnia that is so pervasive she needs to be tried on so many different sleeping medications that don't seem to work? Don't you agree that finding the root cause would be the better solution? Be happy to guide you as a neurologist. Write to me @ www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi ...Read more
I was taken off serqqueol 25mg taken 5 months and mirtazpine 25mg taken 9 months cold turkey and put on ambien (zolpidem) 5mg and 4 0.5 mg night. Side effects?
You deserve Relaxation and Good Sleep!
Let Wise Woman within you reflect:
•Seroquel being taken off
•Mirtazapine taken off cold turkey
•Taking Ambien (zolpidem) and duration if is more than 1 month
•Stresses causing Anxiety and Depression
Discuss with Psychiatrist side effects of Ambien (zolpidem), interaction with other medications, withdrawals; Therapy
Realize and feel Wonder of Breath of Life ...Read more
Is taking Ambien (zolpidem) 10mg and clonazpham and mirtzaphin and chlorpronazine and estaeolan at the same time safe my mother was told to trake all these medications at night before bed. I need to know if it is safe for her to do so
Talk to her doctor: There's no way that I can guess how complex your mother's condition may be. And she may have arrived at the current treatment regimen slowly, effectively, under close medical supervision. Therefore, you need to find out if she is dosing her medication precisely per doctors orders, then discuss any potential consequences of therapy with that physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer