Concentration disorders effect of Abilify

We have 364 consumer reports for Abilify. Concentration disorders effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Concentration disorders side effect for Abilify

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
192.9
180.34

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 9″

Average age
37
41

Abilify Circle Diagram 11 consumers of 364 reported about Concentration disorders

  1. John M. Betts says:
    3.0 rating

    Abilify for Psychosis

    Urge to move, unrest (constant urge to do something), sexual urge is severely inhibited, twitching, cramping / stretching of the finger on the left hand. Impairment of thinking (man becomes like “dumb”), at times rigid look, personality change / loss, disturbance of the short-term memory.

  2. Kimberly L. Adams says:
    4.0 rating

    Abilify for Sleep disorders; Psychosis

    Since the increase of 10mg Abilify I have a constant seat uneasiness. I can not sit for longer than 5-10 minutes let alone focus on something … Very disturbing are the sleep disorders that keep me awake for days and can only be corrected with sleeping pills … in 3 weeks I have about 6 kilos increased! Otherwise, the drug helps me very well against the hallucinations and Tavor at the fear and panic.

  3. William T. Bufford says:
    2.0 rating

    First 5 mg / day: virtually no side effects, but also no desired effect. After increasing to 10 mg: First concentration problems, inner restlessness, as on speed – but that has settled after a few days. Then gradually more and more fatigue, lack of drive, discouragement, lack of juice and power, reduction of athletic performance. When I pulled the emergency brake and discontinued the drug on my own, I was probably just on the way to depression … After all, the tics were actually significantly reduced under Abilify.

  4. Margaret C. Halstead says:
    4.0 rating

    Abilify for Psychosis

    Have massive problems with Abilify 10mg! Cravings, sleep disorders, sweats, nightmares when temporary sleep occurs, paranoia, difficulty keeping the urine, difficulty with body temperature, lack of concentration, etc. Can not recommend the drug! Had already several medications are not recommended, they all have many side effects!

  5. Jared M. Castro says:
    5.0 rating

    Abilify for Depression; Psychosis

    At that time I switched to Abilifly because I needed what pushes me and does not make me tired like Leponex, Seroquel … the positive thing I’ve noticed after a few days is that I’m fitter, quicker thinking, got up earlier by myself without an alarm clock, I’ve got it all together less sleep. But over time it became. the whole thing to a disaster: The thoughts / opinions have changed so quickly, often in the opposite, have found no rest, could not concentrate on one thing. At the time, I was still having acute panic attacks every night and Abilfy only intensified them. In my opinion, my fine motor skills suffered as well, my hands were stiff and could only make a pain in pain. After 3 weeks I have to stop it because the side effects were too blatant and it just did not get better and that was no longer acceptable with the hands

  6. Laura M. Knapp says:
    5.0 rating

    Abilify for Borderline

    Should work against: inner restlessness, stress, depressive symptoms, Derealisationsproblematik Positive effects: -) No more problem with irritable bowel -) more inner peace, turmoil has calmed -) more positive attitude to life -) stand more in reality (no dream feeling) -) Feel more active No noticeable effect / improvement: -) Memory misfire in stress Side effects: -) strong feeling of drowsiness and tiredness in the morning -) sensitive stomach -) susceptible to dizziness -) slight concentration problems when driving Recommendation: Take in the evening!

  7. Lisa K. Esquivel says:
    4.0 rating

    Abilify for Dissociative disturbance; Hallucinations; Post-traumatic stress disorder

    had multiple strong cramps of the arms, neck, hands and feet. Very painful. Left temporarily with Akineton. During the whole time I could not sit still, concentrate on anything, or stay calm. Nothing went, even with exercise it did not get better. In addition there were extreme sleep disturbances (which had not previously existed to such an extent). The benefits (decrease in dissociation, flashbacks, hallucinations etc) were less than the damage