Solian for Sleep disorders treatment

We have 120 consumer reports for treatment of Sleep disorders with Solian. Sleep disorders used in 4% of cases.

Patients statistics on Sleep disorders for Solian

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
205.03
255

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
6′ 1″

Average age
42
57

Solian Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 120 reported about Sleep disorders

  1. Patti E. Johnson says:
    1.5 rating

    Solian for Thinking disorders; Hallucinations; Sleep disorders; Depression

    In the beginning I was very tired, especially after taking the Trevilor. At the moment I take 150mg of retard. During the night, I noticed increased sweating. In some cases, restlessness was added. Melperone at a lower dose (50 mg) made me sleep well and I usually slept through at least 6 hours. At night I took 100mg Solian because of the disturbances of thinking and perceptual disorders as well as the prepsychotic experience, which proved to be very useful. Disadvantages are the constant nightmares, which let me run through the day as if damaged. Buspirone has helped me a lot against the fears so far, but opinions on this drug are very different. One doctor said it would tap on the same receptors as benzodiazepines, in other words, there was a danger of dependence. Another said there was no danger of dependency. In the end, it was up to my guts to continue or not. The combination of medicines mentioned here leads, even if only to a small extent, to weight gain. But covers essentially my symptoms and diseases. (Fears, thought disorders, cognitive disorders, BPS, post-traumatic stress disorder, sleep disorders, depressions, hallucinations, etc.)

  2. Clifton M. Green says:
    3.0 rating

    Solian for Sleep disorders; Psychosis

    Solian works from a dose v. 200mg like amphetamine. I used to be dependent on amphora for a long time, but I have not taken it for 7 years now. If I take 4 x 100mg in 2-3 hours it is better.

    Side effects: No side effects