Daytime tiredness effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Daytime tiredness effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Daytime tiredness side effect for Seroquel

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
181.88
205.03

Average height in Ft
5′ 3″
6′

Average age
35
52

Seroquel Circle Diagram 7 consumers of 791 reported about Daytime tiredness

  1. Bridgett D. Cowell says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Fatigue; Aggressiveness; Mood swings; Sleep disorders

    I take such medicines for the first time. Suffered for 1.5 years under panic attacks, anxiety in the dark and thus sleep synonymous. Was last year 16 weeks in hospital because of that and got from August 2009 Seroquel and seroquel Porolong. Initially, I’m just very tired and lacking in drive. After increasing the dose, am I even interposed at a tipping point and was like the whole day next to me. After I’ve now over 12Kilo increased, and I absolutely can not afford to increase more. I have tingling in my hands and feet. Since taking in august earshot, lack of drive, no more lust for something. Skin problems, itchy rash that I’ve never had before, heart and pulse racing, heavy breathing, feeling stifling, always a dry throat “Known and friends speak to me on it that I cool and aggressive / seriously come over and this memory loss. Without me directly to make a phone call, I forgot everything right back, what in the society is not exactly funny over. Ask me how far it is still to go, I am only 30j.Ist no great Lebensgefühl.aber you will certainly know

  2. Melinda P. Bohannon says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Sleep disorders; Depression

    I was diagnosed with depression with emotional instability and impulsivity at the beginning of the year. The diagnosis of depression was not new, including ih already suffered in 2010/2011; the rest is / was new. In addition to depression, I suffer from sleep disorders and examination phobia. Since then, I take 15 mg of citalopram every morning and have no side effects from this medication. It helps me with the depression as well as my phobia. I’m not sure about the phobia yet, because I have no exam situations at the moment. Things look different with the medications that help me with insomnia. First I got Seroquel 75 mg, at night. Here I had only side effects … Dizziness (especially in the morning), headaches, exciting breasts, weight gain, I have not come out of bed and was tired all day. Then I tried 50 mg Seroquel Retard with the hope it will get better. No, the side effects remained. Now I have mirtazapine for some days, first 7.5 mg. Mirtazapine is intended to support citalopram, as well as help with sleep disorders and examination phobia. Unfortunately, my weight continues to rise. I hope my weight levels up again, because so slowly the weight gain is the most depressing! If nothing changes until the next visit to the doctor, I have to talk to my psychiatrist again urgently. I would just like to take the citalopram and if need be raise it.

  3. Marie O. Sthilaire says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Post-traumatic stress disorder; Borderline

    Hello, I’ve been taking Seroquel (1-1-1 or 2-2-2) and Zolpidem (1/2 tbl for the night) for years. The Seroquel dose will be adjusted to my current condition; more in times of crisis and less in good times. At first I was tired of it during the day, now my body has at least got used to the minimum dosage and I’m fine with it. Because I’m extremely sensitive to noise and in the evening like to start pondering, I get the zolpidem, which I also tolerate well. Best regards!

    Side effects: Daytime tiredness