Hot hunger attacks effect of Zyprexa

We have 276 consumer reports for Zyprexa. Hot hunger attacks effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Hot hunger attacks side effect for Zyprexa

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
136.69
197.31

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 10″

Average age
56
55

Zyprexa Circle Diagram 7 consumers of 276 reported about Hot hunger attacks

  1. Glenn E. Nichols says:
    3.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Schizophrenia

    Hello, I have been on 5mg Zyprexa for about 2 months and have gained 5kg since then. In addition, I feel a bit weak and listless, but that may not be due to the drug. But it helps against the delusions. Now I’m wondering if I can reduce the dose or try another medicine, because I do not want to continue to gain weight. Especially in the late afternoon and evening I get cravings, against which I do not arrive.

  2. Edward H. Lewis says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    October 2011 ZYPREXA – My experiences Zyprexa is a highly effective neuroleptic, which struck me immediately. I would like to focus on the psychological effects and side effects, not the physical ones. Stressful is the Mordepression. Lack of drive, lack of interest. No energy. Poor focus on following procedures. (Lead discussions, read books, watch movies) Creative work is no longer possible. The vitality is lost. No daydreams. No humor. The ability to absorb (learning ability) decreases sharply. The appetite is generally increasing. Especially late in the evening I have food bites. Zyprexa makes (in combination with lithium) stupid and thick. Self-confidence suffers greatly. Social contacts are becoming less and less. I get away from acquaintances and relatives. I’ve been taking Zyprexa for 12 years, now I get 5 mg. During this time I did not have another push. But I became a different person. Thoughts, actions and quality of life are severely limited.

  3. Tanya A. Rice says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    I got Zyprexa when my psychiatrists somehow did not know what to do. I had had a psychosis with mania twice in 1981 and 1990. Then, in the summer of 1997, I felt very bad again and was missing Zyprexa. At that time already cost 300 Mark the pack, so it was really expensive. Within two months, I’d gained nearly fifteen pounds and had only one thought: food, no matter what, I had binge eating. The increase was not so extremely bad for me, as I previously had quite underweight (50 pounds) and now landed at 165 cm in normal weight. But to keep up the pace would have meant that I could have gained 30 kilos or more. The worst was the constant cravings, you got the Eßstörung quasi with the tablet included. The stuff should really be banned, I do not know how many patient reports have to be written here until that happens. By the way, I kept the weight that went up then, that did not go down. Luckily, I threw the crap into the toilet and refused to take it. In February 1998, I was back in the clinic because I was feeling very bad again. Fortunately, I met a competent young doctor who told me: you have been mistreated since 1981. I suspect you have a manic-depressive predisposition, so to speak today, a biopolar disorder! He prescribed me Tegretal, a drug that is actually intended for epileptics, but also helps in bipolar. With that one has made very good experiences with bipolar. Since then, I take that as a prophylactic in small quantities and I am completely healthy. What was good for me, was the diagnosis: She suddenly explained to me my whole life with the constant ups and downs … and above all, the extremely high level of creativity at bipolar is a really great gift. I have written a book about my first experience in psychiatry: Mackerer ohne Motorrad, published by Re Di Roma-Verlag, Remscheid, 2009. ISBN 978-3-86870-150-0, price € 14.50. Information about other books on my homepage The cover text by Macker without a motorbike: A trainee course at the journalist center Haus Busch in Hagen, plus Nina Hagen, Art Nouveau and love for Bernd. In the luggage a childhood in the bombed Kiel, three women who raise the little girl, all without husband after the war. There are no men in this childhood and the relationship to them is therefore complicated. The still existing marriage is not finished because of great fears long, although it is already broken. The four weeks in Hagen help to prepare this step. A violent love affair in France two years later gives the final impulse to separation and divorce. But the hoped-for freedom begins with a thorny path. For too long there was such a stressful marriage, too much fear was there before the separation and too great the pressure. Later, a pattern is consistent with the men: the wet-looking kind à la ‘Mackerer without motorcycle’ should hide the fears and serve as a shield, but always attracts the same type of man, who is actually looking for a strong woman. With this image, built up by itself, the author finally collapses in a manic-depressive psychosis.

  4. Zachary V. Goodwin says:
    4.0 rating

    At extremely high doses beyond 2u mg a day, it leads to cravings attacks, you will NOT fat, but after 3 months of continuous use, my face and my whole body has looked like a bloated pancake, mega sexy.Doch stood there was nothing more because of the female hormones whose production stimulate Zyprexa.

    Side effects: Hot hunger attacks