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Prescribed lonazep md .5mg for sleep , sizodon drops for mood disorder along with valance od 500mg..Are the medicines helpful ?
Ativan/Depakote/Risp: Valance is a mood stabilizer (depakote, valproic acid) & lonazep is an anxiety medication (ativan, lorazepam). Sizodone is an antipsychotic (risperdal, risperidone). This combination, taken as prescribed, is fairly common to stabilize moods & treat thought disorders. ...Read more
No food for 7 days, little water, sometimes none all day, max 15 hours of sleep in the 7 days. What signs would suggest seeing an MD, what damages?
Wow- not good: What led you to this regimen? This is not normal, or healthy. You may not have any signs, but consider these- dizziness, very dark or discolored urine, no urine, trouble breathing, trouble seeing or fast heart rate- you may have some of these, and you may need a doctor's attention. You may want to see a doctor to discuss the circumstances of this, to make sure it does not happen again. ...Read more
Md #: what side of the body is it best to sleep on to maintain the natural curve of the cervical neck area?
?restless leg: Although tegretol is used to treat seizures it is also used for other conditions such as bipolaar disorder and restless leg syndrome. If you are having sleep disturbances then I suspect that your doctor prescribed it to treat restless leg and help with your sleep. Restless leg occurs at night and can interfere with sleep. ...Read more
Is resperidone BP & lonazep md .5mg equivalent to haloperidol &valium 5mg as antipsyhiotic & for sleep problem respectively ?
Depends: If the sleep disorder is something organic like sleep apnea or snoring, go to an MD who specializes in physical sleep disorders. If your sleep loss is caused by racing thoughts or anxiety/emotional issues, seek a psychologist (either PhD or PsyD) to help with issues of emotional regulation, with a possible consult to an MD psychiatrist for psychotropic med management for anxiety/sleep loss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can a grasto intestinal md prescribe you sleep inducing med if he feels needed ? Mine did he also gave me a better version of alprazolam...
GI doctors: Gastroenterologists are subspecialists of internal medicine who specialize in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. They have completed 4 years of medical school, 3 years of internal medicine residency training program, became board certified in internal medicine, and completed a 3 year fellowship training program in gastroenterology. Gi doctors can prescribe sleep meds if needed. ...Read more
Overweight with poor blood work. Also stopped breathing for 2 minutes at a time during sleep. Need MD-signed statement to fly non-Economy. Help!!!
Sleep: As long as u r refreshed during the daytime & healthy otherwise. ...Read more