Dizziness effect of Baclofen

We have 63 consumer reports for Baclofen. Dizziness effect occurred in 8%.

Patients statistics on Dizziness side effect for Baclofen

Female
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Average weight in Lbs
139.99
180.04

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 10″

Average age
56
53

Baclofen Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 63 reported about Dizziness

  1. Carlos K. Squires says:
    4.5 rating

    Baclofen for Alcohol addiction

    My experience with Baclofen taking Baclofen is 10.02.2010 initially with 6.5mg / 6.5mg / 6.5mg slow high dosing to 25mg / 25mg / 25mg as final dosage 03.03.2010 and not as described in Olvier ants with up to 200 mg and more a day! Complete elimination of anxiety panic attacks and depression Reduction of cigarette consumption by up to 95% a day (also considered as a side effect) Absolutely no craving for alcohol !! Other sleep habits (I can now sleep through from 11.00 pm to 7.00 am previously, even in dry times at most 6 hours) Increased motivation and Elan side effect: In the beginning often tiredness and can not sleep, dizziness and frequent urination. Be the final dose completely disappeared. On 01.02.10, the drug manufacturers raised their prices by 51% for Baclofen! “… aspirin was never tested for headache. Nevertheless, everyone takes it. And unlike baclofen, side effects such as bleeding in the brain or in the gastrointestinal tract are known from aspirin. But alcoholism and its consequences kill about 200 people every day in Germany alone. And with such a deadly disease, we doctors have to make an ethical decision: should we keep patients suffering and dying? Or should we give them a drug that we know is safe by being an old drug? (Prof. Dr. Olivier Ants)

  2. Donna L. Santos says:
    4.0 rating

    Initially dizziness, headache, circulatory disturbances, finger crunches, muscle aches. Side effects disappear after 5 to 6 weeks. Suppression of graving to 100% when used properly. Partially rich 35mg daily. A miracle cure for alcohol dependence. However, accompanying psychotherapy makes sense.

    Side effects: Headache; Muscle aches; Dizziness
  3. Alberto C. Banister says:
    3.5 rating

    Baclofen for Alcohol addiction

    Headache, dizziness, circulatory problems, weather sensitivity. Gribbling in the fingers, muscle pain through muscle relaxation. Deep sleep even with sleep disorders. When used properly, the desire for alcohol (graving) increases to 100%. In some cases already low doses like 35mg are enough.

    Side effects: Headache; Muscle aches; Dizziness
  4. Luis A. Valentin says:
    4.0 rating

    Baclofen for Alcohol addiction

    Baclofen dosage: 1st week 2x 6.25mg morning and noon = 12.5mg / day 2nd week 2x 12.5mg morning and noon = 25mg / day 3rd week 2x 18.8mg morning and noon = 37.5mg / Day 4. Week 2x 25.0 mg morning and noon = 50mg / day 4-8. Week 50mg / day 8-12. Week 25 mg / day Absolutely effective remedy for noun craving in alcohol withdrawal! Side effects: What will come in any case are dry mouth, difficulty concentrating, word finding disorders, mild drowsiness, very slow shallow breathing, general muscle weakness. But are negligible on the basis of the effect of getting rid of alcohol. So I can only recommend Baclofen for alcoholism!

    Side effects: Mouth dryness; Dizziness
  5. Cheryl C. Moore says:
    3.5 rating

    Baclofen worked relatively quickly, relaxed me and minimized the pressure to drink throughout the day. At a dose of 4 x 12.5 mg, I managed to halve my consumption and be more mentally stable. Through the help and tips of a forum, I manage to get a long-term addiction under control.

    Side effects: Mouth dryness; Dizziness; Fatigue
  6. Mike A. Cureton says:
    4.5 rating

    Baclofen for Depression; Investigated; Alcohol addiction

    It’s strange, but was :)) For months, I drink one to two bottles of wine a day and consume about 5-10g of cocaine a week. For two days I have with baclofen (100mg) a day no more request. Neither after cocaine nor after alcohol. Sexual desire is severely limited, but not so bad. I feel a bit dizzy, my muscles are limp, my ability to concentrate leaves something to be desired, the circulation is not very stable … all in all, bearable. The voice control is in no way limited, the eyes are clear. I’m a bit fidgety, and I have strong urge to move, especially the legs are constantly bobbing. Doxipin does not help against cocaine and alcohol addiction. She is more paralyzing and debilitating and sometimes you are just too tired to call your dealer. When I feel a strong craving for cocaine, I took 100mg of doxipin and after half an hour, I did not want to move. But does not always help especially if the pressure is too high. – On the other hand, baclofen is a real panacea, because the pressure disappears … I can look to the future with confidence again. Baclofen is absolutely recommended. The urge for addictive substances is no longer present.

    Side effects: Dizziness
  7. Scott C. Patterson says:
    4.0 rating

    Baclofen for Alcohol disease

    After several weaning treatments that did not have a resounding success, I found Baclofen doing an internet search. I see light for the first time at the end of the tunnel. Very valuable information, literature references, dosage recommendations can be found in a highly recommended forum http://www.alkohol-und-baclofen-forum.de. The registration is very easy. Very recommendable !! At this point, I would like to dissuade you from referring to it from abroad. It is better to convince your family doctor / neurologist to prescribe a baclofen off-label. Since patent protection has expired, Baclofen is relatively inexpensive (100 pcs., 25mg, about 25 €.). In the doctor search also helps the mentioned forum on. LG, Werner

    Side effects: Dizziness; Fatigue