Insomnia effect of Seroquel

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

Patients statistics on Insomnia side effect for Seroquel

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
165.71
171.23

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 11″

Average age
37
60

Seroquel Circle Diagram 10 consumers of 791 reported about Insomnia

  1. Melissa W. Elliott says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Bipolar disorder

    The drug I got last year because of stronger anxiety disorder (pronounced sociophobia) and depression for three months. It calms down, but it breaks down and I gained more than 30 kilos within the 3 months. At the time of discontinuation (slow culling over a month), only sleep disorders resulted. I sleep only 3 to 4 hours on average, but I do not reach. Because I twice had heavy surgery in the hospital twice this year, it was given high doses every time. Every time after return I put it down within a few days. There were pronounced side effects: – no sleep for several days – headache – hot flashes to a high fever – chills – weakness – respiratory problems – nausea, up to the next hospitalization, because I not even more innebehilt and dehydrated water. That went on for almost two weeks. Even with only a short recording (to help against sleep disorders), these settling side effects occur.

  2. Mary C. Serrano says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Mood swings; Sleep disorders; Depression

    abilify: uneasiness, always having to move, insomnia, lack of appetite, easy dizziness, estimating distances is difficult (often running against it) seroquel: taking in the evening against the insomnia (abilify), immediately tired and sleep like in koma deep and insecure, the next day, it’s hardly possible for me to concentrate, no effort to knock out and too tired for everything.

  3. Gerald L. Olson says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Depression

    For me Seroquel is totally funny and no one believes me: body is relaxed, but thoughts are totally active. In small doses up to 100 mg improvement of the mood: but: no stabilization, in case of crisis etc. Increased risk of self-injury or hardly any inhibitions to commit suicide. Very critical in the long-term use. In higher doses easy mania, although nobody believes me. No improvement of sleep, on the contrary, hardly possible falling asleep by activating the thoughts. Especially in the delayed-release version. Increased restlessness. Met other patients reporting similar, but no one believes us. Conclusion: I think this drug is very critical. I switched back to the proscribed Truxal, none of the above problems.

    Side effects: Insomnia; Unrest
  4. Melissa J. Winders says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Haldol and Risperidon … Hellendinger! But well … They work differently for each … In Haldol I suffered from painful gaze spasms, extrapyramidal movement disorders, mild tremors in the arms and legs and after weaning, a nearly 5 months persisting insomnia, only by diazepane intravenously was suspended for just 4 hours. Risperdal had similar side effects … tremor and uneasiness or something … Both drugs made me helpless and desperate! Amitriptyline made little mention of it … The drive got better … However, it caused a mania and confusion … And Seroquel … Works okay, but even at a low dosage of 100-0-100 it has strange emotional deafness caused! Good that I do not take all these fucking things anymore …..

    Side effects: Confusion; Insomnia