Insomnia effect of Zoloft

We have 80 consumer reports for Zoloft. Insomnia effect occurred in 6%.

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Zoloft Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 80 reported about Insomnia

  1. Janice W. Larsen says:
    3.0 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    Well, now I’m not surprised anymore, have happened today !! learn that I get Truxal juice 15 mg for the night for about 90 days. For a long time I have been wondering about my general condition, sleepless nights, no hunger is not bad, but have already been underweight u.s.w. And now I read also that I can not just stop the stuff. From the alcohol I’m gone for a long time, so now thanks to the help of the doctors, the pill juice Oh man, life is the hit. I’m curious how the doctors will explain this to me tomorrow. By the way, since about 30 days I get in the morning 50 mg Zoloft wg. of depression. I have been in the beginning since February 08 voluntarily -? – in the closed psychiatry with daily output

    Side effects: Insomnia
  2. Nick S. Pedro says:
    3.0 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    It helps immediately and very well against the depression, but the side effects were felt at night, I got a heart hunt and just could not fall asleep, even though I was tired and still keeps me this intake for 2 days awake so far, hopefully keep this weaning not as in the leaflet is 2 weeks.

    Side effects: Palpitations; Insomnia
  3. Patricia B. McNeil says:
    2.0 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    Cold shower with sudden muscle twitching. insomnia

    Side effects: Insomnia
  4. Sean R. Croy says:
    1.0 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    Dizziness, insomnia. but otherwise I’m fine, the problems have taken a back seat and I feel well and have drive. Have Zoloft ever taken for a long time and unfortunately had the same side effects.

    Side effects: Insomnia; Dizziness
  5. Patricia E. Abbott says:
    3.5 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    When you start taking Zoloft, you experience side effects such as increased sweating, restlessness, restlessness, muscle cramping (in my jaw muscles and legs), insomnia, impaired vision and nausea, and gastrointestinal problems. Most of these side effects disappear after one to two weeks. The tablets should never be taken on an empty stomach, it comes to a strong nausea with stomach pain and extreme salivation until vomiting! Although Zoloft helped me with my severe depression, the side effects that persist during the treatment have been a reason for me not to prescribe this drug again. (After several years with the preparation) Over a longer period of treatment you get the feeling of indifference. You feel remotely controlled, emotionally cold, you can live out neither negative nor positive emotions. You can work better, but the social aspect and your own personality are increasingly neglected. Sleep disturbances and restlessness occurred from time to time, especially when things had to be done longer. Libido and the fun of having sex diminish over time, but this is also influenced by the way in which you perceive your partner in a different way through this new, cooler and more objective view. After a few months of treatment, I separated from my longtime partner, which I have not regretted until today, before I just could not bring the strength I needed and could not make hard decisions. When weaning I had no withdrawal symptoms. Conclusion: It is a drug that can help you in a difficult situation to regain control of your life, you become rational, you can rethink your important decisions, your performance improves. The disadvantage is that one increasingly gets the feeling of becoming inhuman, feelings can be badly perceived and lived out. With the negative emotions disappear the positive ones.

    Side effects: Insomnia; Nausea; Sweat; Unrest