Sleep disorders effect of Baclofen

We have 63 consumer reports for Baclofen. Sleep disorders effect occurred in 6%.

Patients statistics on Sleep disorders side effect for Baclofen


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Baclofen Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 63 reported about Sleep disorders

  1. Andrew T. McRaney says:
    2.0 rating

    Baclofen for Spastik

    Success in the spasticity failed. Side effect: sleep disorders with shortness of breath.

    Side effects: Sleep disorders
  2. Libby J. Seager says:
    4.0 rating

    At first I thought that I did not notice, but meanwhile, after a short intake with less baclofen, I find it helpful! If you have addictions in any case !!! It does not help so much against my social phobia. Take 75 mg, the maximum dose or? The only side effects are that when I sleep, I wake up and have the feeling that I can not breathe. Or in a dream, everything happens very slowly and I can not move my body properly. But I’m not so dramatic. Can only recommend it !!!

    Side effects: Sleep disorders
  3. 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)