Sleep disorders effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Sleep disorders effect occurred in 4%.

Patients statistics on Sleep disorders side effect for Seroquel

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
168.29
201.11

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′

Average age
45
36

Seroquel Circle Diagram 28 consumers of 791 reported about Sleep disorders

  1. Magan A. Bull says:
    3.5 rating

    Since taking Seroquel and Cipralex together, I have less trouble falling asleep, even if you eat a slice of bread when taking Seroquel. In addition, you should generally not take it on an empty stomach, because it works much stronger then! Cipralex has the advantage that it can be dosed individually in the form of drops, for example I only take 5 drops, and I manage it much better than without it. The combination of both medications has greatly reduced my sleep problems, but it sometimes happens that I can not fall asleep, or wake up with tachycardia – but it has become much rarer !!

    Side effects: Sleep disorders; Palpitations
  2. Beverly W. Collier says:
    2.5 rating

    Seroquel for Depression

    Initial dossis 25 mg, increased to 150 mg (since 2 weeks). Approximately 40 minutes after taking a sudden licking. Condition like drunk. I can not control my legs anymore. At night, the legs flew up and down again. The 1 night after the dose increase barely turning around in bed possible. Feeling like an immovable stone. For 2 days I hear voices after taking.Furthermore: Sudden fatigue, palpitations, sleep disorders, ADH syndrome, nightmares of which I will wake several times in the night.

  3. Daphine J. Murillo says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Sleep disorders; Depression

    I am now taking Serouewl for more than a year and have been given it partly with 900mg. Weight gain, not deep sleep, was always so strong in drive, nightmares, sweating, after about 7 months cramps in the whole body came to it, which increased more and more. Nothing helped. Can not even walk anymore – my muscles are totally tense, always. My liver values are way too high. Found a doctor who says I have dyskinesia. Psycho-parakeet not only inhibits the messenger substances in the brain, they are also destroyed forever. i.e. The dopamine is not only blocked at the receptors, but also irrevocably destroyed. Then at some point you have dopamine deficiency and that is the cause of dyskinesia, especially since dopamine 2 (D2) acts on the muscles and the extrapyramidal motor system (which is responsible for all nerve cell muscle cells). I can only advise anyone who has to take psycho drugs to inform themselves about it on the internet. Just give in side effects of neuroleptics and you can deal with them over the next few years.

  4. James C. Willoughby says:
    3.5 rating

    After discontinuing the dose of 400mg / day, severe sleep disturbances and cramps occurred (I could only sleep every 2 days), then went on panic pain and obsessive-compulsive attacks.Now, almost a week after weaning, I often have tremors, often very anxious and take natural sedatives otherwise I would not endure this condition.

  5. Yolanda R. Waites says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Depression

    I started with Seroquel 100 mg in the evening and 60 mg Cymbalta in the morning 3 years ago and was still up to 6 to 300 mg. After taking the drug I was really muddy in the head had the feeling of running in the fog, but could sleep wonderfully. However, over time, the body gets used to it and stops responding, so the dose must be increased. Now I have for months severe stomach problems and liver values over 500 After this finding, I took 4 weeks independently Seroquel 200 mg, clearly I had problems with falling asleep. Nevertheless, after these 4 weeks, I am down to the 100 mg dose again, I sleep only 4-5 hours at night and can hardly get out in the morning, but my liver values are already much better. Something very important, by the use of these drugs I have increased in these 3 years 20 kg. Although my depression is not so long-lasting and strong, but not resolved.

  6. David J. Bloom says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis

    I was 3 years on clozapine because of a severe psychosis. Generally good effect – I just could not shock or throw off track. For working people rather not suitable. Anyway, I had a hard time working. (tired, lethargic – just wanted my rest) Then came Abilify because I had bad blood levels. At first the bright madness (positive meant :-)) – fit, concentrated and totally self-confident. Just awesome – then I could not sleep at night anymore. Thought that will be back. Well that was 10 weeks like this: then unfortunately a new boost. (Stay awake at night and keep brooding) Now I’ve got Seroquel. Right now I’m fine: fit and in good shape during the day (Abilify) – At night I sleep like an angel (Seroquel prolong). Hope it stays that way now! Best regards

  7. Helen C. Wilder says:
    1.5 rating

    Seroquel for Thinking disorders

    I’ve been taking seroquel for 4 years and the dose is getting less and less and I’m not feeling very well sometimes because I have a lot of stress with the university and other things. It is kommisch in the beginning it worked fully well but afterwards where the dose became less and less I got more and more sleep problems. I think things that I did not want to think but my brain could only accept this bad thought and could not think otherwise. It is bad I do not know what is wrong with me and why that is so maybe I should ask a higher dose because that pisses me really on these sleep disorders I hope that it will soon be better.

    Side effects: Sleep disorders