Klonopin 4mg seroquel (quetiapine) 100 mg will I overdose?

Tolerating? Everyone has a different tolerance to medications. Both of the above can be very sedating. For those with a high tolerance sedation is not an issue. Unless you have liver or kidney disease these doses are not excessive. Again ck with your dr about making adjustments if you are too sedated and do not drive or operate dangerous machinery.

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Could you take benedryl with klonopin and seroquel (quetiapine)?

Caution -sedation. The more medications the greater the concern about drug-drug interactions :how your body "treats" the medicine;how one drug affects the effectiveness of another; &additive side effects.For example, Seroquel,Klonopin & Benadryl (diphenhydramine) can each be sedating & all three together may be too much. Tell your doctor all the medications &supplements you take so you can work together to for relief & safety. Read more...

Are there tests available for people w/ insomnia? I've tried everything, even klonopin & seroquel (quetiapine). Those worked at first but now they don't help?

Yes, there are tests. Comprehensive evaluations for sleep disorders are possible with psychiatrists and sleep medicine specialists. Often these can be the same physician, as many are double-boarded. Sleep studies can be arranged in sleep labs, as needed. Read more...
Sleep problems? Sleep medications are only temporary fixes for sleep disorders. Sometimes a sleep lab can be helpful in diagnosing the nature of sleep problems but my experience is that psychological approaches usually work effectively. I encourage patients to read the book no more sleepless nights by peter hauri and shirley linde as the treatment approach is effective, safe, and widely accepted. Read more...

Dr just put me on Remeron. Is it good for sleep? Also on klonopin and seroquel (quetiapine). Is this ok?

Promotes sleep. Remeron (mirtazapine) often induces sedation and sleep. So do Klonopin (clonazepam) and Seroquel (quetiapine). Best to discuss with your prescriber what is the primary issue being treated: primary insomnia? depression? anxiety? sleep apnea? Also: is the plan to use these meds short-term or long-term? Those meds can be useful in a variety of clinical contexts but with side effect potential. Read more...

Been all sleep meds but they stop working pretty soon, tried trazadone worked at 400mg night, now seroquel (quetiapine) 100 and trazadone 25mg klonopin. 5 safe?

Careful. Sleep medications may not be all they are cracked up to be. They often decrease deep sleep n3/rem and give you light (often nonrestorative sleep). If you are not seeing sleep specialist especially on all those medications, you should. These medications are all sedatives but none really fda approved for sleep. Read more...

My insomnia is caused by mania at night, which started at age 3 wasn't treated till adult, trazadone, klonopin, seroquel (quetiapine) 4 sleep dreams vivid, safe?

Sleep disorder. Insomnia should be treated by eliminating the cause. Using medications masks the problem temporarily. The most effective therapy is practicing a good sleep hygiene. Make sure the bedroom where you sleep in promotes no other activity other than sleep. There should be no tv , no book reading, no eating, no computer, laptops or cell phones. The medications may have side effects, discuss with your md. Read more...
Maybe. If your insomnia is the product of a mania from bipolar disorder, then the medication combination you list is appropriate. However, if you are still having vivid dreams on that combination you need to talk to your doctor about tweaking it. In my experience, vivid dreams can be either a side effect of trazodone or from continued mood problem (i.e. Mania). Read more...