Cymbalta for Sleep disorders treatment

We have 739 consumer reports for treatment of Sleep disorders with Cymbalta. Sleep disorders used in 5% of cases.

Patients statistics on Sleep disorders for Cymbalta

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
174.07
213.6

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 9″

Average age
44
55

Cymbalta Circle Diagram 34 consumers of 739 reported about Sleep disorders

  1. Aaron S. Bowers says:
    4.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Drive disorders; Obsessive compulsive disorder; Adh syndrome; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Cymbalta is the first modern AD which really helps me to look positively and to have the impulse that everyone deserves … I take Cymbalta 60mg every morning / morning After about 40-50 days with Cymbalta, unfortunately, despite the positive improvement also developed an agility and resulting sleep disorders … Trazodon I take daily at 22 o’clock, and I could determine a much better quality of sleep. In addition, I feel less active during the day. Ergo, the nervous side effects of Cymbalta are alleviated and I can sleep better. With this combination I’m feeling better than ever …. I hope that the effect remains constant … I feel really comfortable, a balanced combination of two agents …

    Side effects: Unrest
  2. Tiffany M. Drew says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Mood swings; Sleep disorders; Depression

    abilify: uneasiness, always having to move, insomnia, lack of appetite, easy dizziness, estimating distances is difficult (often running against it) seroquel: taking in the evening against the insomnia (abilify), immediately tired and sleep like in koma deep and insecure, the next day, it’s hardly possible for me to concentrate, no effort to knock out and too tired for everything.

  3. David A. Clark says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Sleep disorders; Depression

    Hello my dears, after about a year of taking CYMBALTA against Depris, z.T. in combination with MIRTAZAPIN for insomnia, I also got sulpiride prescribed. The combination effect CYMBALTA / SULPIRID was just very good and has worn me nicely. Anyone who does not have enough Cymbalta should try the combo with SULPIRID. Due to the indispensable MIRTAZAPIN I unfortunately have to live with enormous weight gain. Recently (for about 6 weeks) I get additionally prescribed LYRICA, of which I must report rather negative. For one, I hardly feel a positive effect, on the other hand, the medi is very wrong. It increases my sleep disorders quite badly, leads to water retention in the legs (swelling) and the lungs (shortness of breath, shortness of breath). The concentration also worsens, sometimes with articulation disorders. In addition, there is rarely a tingling sensation on the skin, z.T. only on the extremities, z.T. also on the whole body, e.g. with a strong cough … (yes, I’m a smoker !!!) Will the medi therefore sneak out.

  4. Casandra B. Dixon says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for High blood pressure; Sleep disorders; Fibromyalgia; Depression

    I started in 2006 with amitriptyline 100mg because of massive drowsiness and staying asleep, which also helped me well for 2 years. Until sleep disorders occurred again. Medi was then converted to initially 15mg mirtazapine (2 weeks), then to 30mg mirtazapine. In those 4 years, I have gained a total of 25kg, dry mouth, sex.Unlust, often indifference, listlessness, water retention throughout the body, but I was able to fall asleep quickly and slept through my 6-8h, was rested. Since the beginning of the year, I try to get along without Mirtazapin, which is still very difficult. Cymbalta is supposed to lower the pain threshold, but if I work a lot physically hard I still have to take Diclo acutely to be able to withstand the pain

  5. Michelle L. Smith says:
    3.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Sleep disorders; Depression

    Severe depression with moderate anxiety disorders and self-perception disorder =========== ============ HISTORY A year ago, I had severe depression, I often felt a deep pain, coupled with apathy, Wine cramps and the desire to die. This worsened mutually with my self-perception disorder when I looked in the mirror changed my appearance slowly between horrible and endurable back and forth – this was certainly a result of severe emotional injury I suffered before because of my transsexuality in the 2 years, which is why I was extremely focused on my appearance. At the time I saw indeed already passable (= androgynous-male), but my fears and my self-hatred would not allow me to see and I could only see either an ugly girl or a disfigured boy in the mirror and these perceptions changed even if I stared into the mirror long enough. My doctor was no help (about 100 hours in three years), then I stopped because to go out, the problem was just too deep and the therapist just as baffled as my friends who have at least often taken me a little desperation, even if Obviously, they could not endure every two or three days a complete collapse over about 2-3 hours (followed by inner emptiness). I I think even a mail to the Ministry of Health sent because the unwillingness of financial support for necessary operations had not only ruined me financially, but also for example for bureaucratic reasons (outside of Europe) genital surgery in the world’s best Chirugen (Suporn, Bowers, .. .) Can not be worn, so that without 20000 Euro only here with the old technology – virtually without Lubrifikation and visually less authentic, almost certainly less sensitivity to vaginal GV. But the healing and aftercare phase is significantly shorter and less unanenehm – can be operated on and I would not accept that the natural dampening is unattainable. Well, they just pushed the black Peter on. ^^ The CDU Merkel my shit and transgender policy is outdated and cruel -email never answered Finally, I just wanted to get into the Pats to be there to kill the pain, but I’m afraid now, you would have given me neuroleptics and the (long-term) side effects are really scary. But since nobody thought that was a good idea, I could have come out as a kind of zombie. ================ DULOXETINE – The Beginning ==================== Well, after I previously because of sleep disorders and anxiety disorders had (4 different) antidepressants tried (which only citalopram convinced, but iwann I had three days at a time no sleep), I rescherschierte determined 20 hours, and was at the end of duloxetine, the doctor has given me, even if he my depression not but I am known as a mature patient Duloxetine initially made me feel like floating. Small lightning strikes in the head, otherwise felt like a ghost, but the social fears were bearable. The emotional anesthesia prevented further suicidal episodes (I can not kill myself but often wished that it was over, I do not want to die, just did not want to live like this). After ~ 2 weeks, the perceptions in the mirror slowly became more positive and even. My intellectual potential is very limited, instead of endless thoughts chaos I could sometimes only hard to put a thought and formulate complete sentences because my thoughts were, however, at that time mostly focused on negative was the very pleasant, but I felt some kind of stupid if I with wanted to have a decent conversation with other people. But that got better over time. The depressions have also made the exercise quite exhausting, with Duloxetine it felt in contrast and on the first day as light as a feather. ==== ===== three months it took about 3 months until I slowly started me to a future beyond the endeavor now (if I showed little ambition), so until I saw some hope for me. The mirror image depressed me less and the suicidal episodes were over. Sometime around this rotation around my fear was so turned off that I had to feel confident and easy without some can traipse front of a moving car (not that I would have planned it, but it came to my mind). Sleep went now and so I have problems for 10 years. ============ six months ============= After 6 months, I could look at myself in the mirror normal, without any spinning and without distorted look. The fear of looking in the mirror was slow

  6. Annie K. Walls says:
    2.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Overweight; Sleep disorders

    The intake is already going on for 3 years. Would like to settle or reduce. The complaints (suicidal thoughts, strong self-doubt and pondering, catatonic periods) have subsided. Weight gain (especially chest) and sweating are symptoms that occurred early. Concentration disorders and sleep disorders have only recently been added.

  7. Betty A. Pacheco says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Sleep disorders; Depression

    In Cymbalta I have the following side effects at a dose of 120mg: – high blood pressure – hot flashes (as in menopausal women) – significantly increased sweating, partly my hair at the temples soaking wet and me rollers the Schweißtropfen masses over the face!

  8. Stephen P. Johnson says:
    2.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Sleep disorders

    After revenue from Trittico swelled up the nasal mucous membranes at night but only a short time. Dizziness.Work impossible. First reduction to 25mg without vertigo.Sleep has become better. Cymbalta side effects: Constant but tolerable whistling in the ear, occasional muscle spasms in the cervical and cardiac region, occasional troubles with urination, partially impaired lybido.

  9. Roland M. Werner says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Burnout syndrome; Sleep disorders

    overload (burnout syndrome), insomnia, impotent, stress: new drug Cymbalta: first 30 mg then 60 mg, dreams very much it is almost always in the dream to death fight, flight, I am threatened you want to kill me u.s.w. continue childhood memories, sexual experiences from the deep past, but otherwise no side effects, I am very well balanced, happy I feel, I have since the increase of 60 mg to 120 mg (the reason for the increase is my strong overweight), in the the first 14 days 8 kg weight loss, which makes me very happy, I have no urge to hit my stomach fully, at almost 60 KG overweight. further, the dream activity is almost non-existent. What annoys me is the following 264,00 EURO for 98 capsules but I find it expensive!

    Side effects: Nightmares; Loss in weight
  10. Johnny B. Ward says:
    4.0 rating

    Cymbalta for Sleep disorders; Depression

    After switching to Cymbalta heavy sweating – especially in the morning -, total loss of libido – would like but it does not work – easy loss of appetite with weight loss (is a pleasant side effect), dry mouth, superficial sleep, but for 10 – 11 hours, occasional muscle tremors, minor problems when urinating, little improvement in depressive symptoms, strong listlessness,

  11. Lois R. Rodriguez says:
    4.5 rating

    Cymbalta for Somatization; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Hello, I have been suffering from depression, sleep disorders and chronic pain for about 20 years. For many years this was not recognized by my family doctor and therefore mistreated, e.g. with painkillers. Several therapies have failed. For some years I go to the psychiatrist and have tried different antidepressants but dropped off because of very high side effects. Recently, a scientific study was looking for people with depression who should get Cymbalta. Unfortunately, I was not in the mood for it, because they had people who had suicidal thoughts schonmal not allowed to take. But there was a good one, I ordered Cymbalta from my psychiatrist. Yes, this medication is the Oberhammer, I had only mild side effects for the first week, mild headaches and tiredness and blurred vision, that was not an issue in the second week, as flew away. Now I have an orgasm disorder and less sexual interest, but I can live well with that, especially since my partner is not so active. After about 3 weeks I got a great drive, full of the desire to take the life again, to occupy me. Now after 5 weeks I feel that I have been blind for decades and finally able to see. It’s as if my eyes have been opened. A clear mind, the clouds warped, nothing that clouds the senses. I can sleep well, sleep through and have no more nightmares that have always burdened me a lot. At the beginning with Cymbalta I had changed dreams, a bit confused, which has normalized after only one week. The pain is reduced, but I still take 30mg, which I would like to increase to 60mg. I’m still a bit scared because of side effects, but my psychiatrist has already given the go-ahead, and I’m glad for that I’m feeling so good. He said I look like the flourishing life. I am back in life!