Restless legs syndrome effect of Remeron

We have 36 consumer reports for Remeron. Restless legs syndrome effect occurred in 8%.

Patients statistics on Restless legs syndrome side effect for Remeron


Average weight in Lbs

Average height in Ft
5′ 10″

Average age

Remeron Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 36 reported about Restless legs syndrome

  1. Adam C. Schneider says:
    4.5 rating

    Remeron for Depression

    I have been prescribed Remeron and Cipralex for fear of anxiety, obsession and depression. Currently take 30 mg Remeron and 20 mg Cipralex. The Remeron was intended as sleep medicine. Unfortunately did not work and does not make it until today. Cipralex was for obsessive thoughts and depression. It helped in the beginning but by now the effect has fizzled out. I am always extremely tense and the mindset I notice the whole day. To Remeron is to say the following: I had then considered whether I should take it because of the poor reviews in terms of weight gain but had then decided to do it. Today I would not do that again. I’ve gained 30 kilos in a very short time. Some people are supposed to literally fall over with fatigue. That’s not the case with me. Despite the intake I could not sleep well and I also had sleep problems with another drug (was an antiallergic but can not remember the name). Furthermore, I had the feeling as if my legs could not stand still. Restless leg syndrome.

  2. Richard J. Davis says:
    4.5 rating

    I swallowed Remeron for about 3 months and initially had good experiences. Although I had a somewhat warmed up appetite, which came just right in my underweight. After a few weeks, however, I had a hard time falling asleep. Although Remeron can neatly strike with fatigue, but still torments me now, two months after creeping out of the drug still a Restless Legs Syndrome which makes me falling asleep almost impossible. Another side effect for me was that I barely got up to work all day because the fatigue did not ease well during the day.