Sleeping problems effect of Paroxetine

We have 521 consumer reports for Paroxetine. Sleeping problems effect occurred in 1%.

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  1. Carmen H. Whitten says:
    2.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    Today on the 10th intake day finally improvement – no more nausea, slight sweating, get hungry, but I can not sleep so well. One must have patience, do not lose the courage it goes up

    Side effects: Sleeping problems; Sweat
  2. Albert S. Hernandez says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    I have (and still do) seek medical help because of my depression, aggression / strong negative fluctuating mood, lack of motivation, migraine headaches (0-4 / week) and anxiety about the future. I was given paroxetine, which I have been taking for a month now. The first 2-3 weeks 1/2 tablet (10mg) now a 3/4. I imagine having noticed positive changes after just over a week. My mood swings are not so strong anymore – the anger is muffled. I’m in a better mood. Likewise, I’ve become more active, seeking employment all day long. Sometimes I even have the feeling of being under power. Maybe that’s synonymous with the additional coffee ^ ^. I am less hungry and eat more consciously somehow. Overall, I feel a lot more comfortable in my own skin. The pessimism has also become less. I hardly had any side effects. I often had headaches / migraines before paroxetine and the first good week, and now hardly / no longer for 2-3 weeks. I’ve noticed that I always put pressure on my jaw when I concentrate, which becomes painful over time. Likewise, I wake up more often at night and I feel like I’m getting tired early. Where, early you can hardly say. I sleep far too long and constantly overhear my alarm clocks or get them only very subconsciously. The latter annoys me a lot, otherwise I am satisfied. I will increase the dose soon to 20mg and let’s see what changes.

    Side effects: Sleeping problems; Headache
  3. Josette E. Kang says:
    4.5 rating

    Since 2001, when a trauma therapist diagnosed BL, I take paroxetine 40 mg. At first, I only noticed dry mouth and heavy sweating, but I thought that would happen over time. Unfortunately, there was still an enormous increase in weight, constant hunger cravings, sleeping or sleeping difficulties and the most disgusting were the sudden onset of violent diarrhea immediately after eating. Suddenly, I could no longer properly metabolize the most normal meals and shit my pants on the way. if there were no toilets. When I informed the doctor and pharmacist, they said, it does not come from the pills, so maybe they ate wrong. Today I go z.T. only with deposits / diapers from the house. It was not until I found out by chance on the Internet that there were a few more people who had this irritable bowel syndrome in connection with the paroxetine that I finally had the proof. Now, after 16 years, I’ve been silly with the SSRI, but especially with paroxetine in all variations. With the agreement of the HA, I have reduced from 40 to 30, from 30 to 20, from 20 to 10 and then, intervals of 10 to 14 days per reduction of the 10 series. Now, of course, there are unbearable side effects, like the electric shock syndrome in mind. HA says something like that does not exist. The ass should even take this drug itself and then crawl out after years, that’s what I wished most doctors who simply do not want to believe their patients, or tell them it was all imagination or came from other things. He also denied me the heavy weight gain, even though I have been suffering from stress urinary incontinence ever since, because as a woman I also have weak ligaments / connective tissue and are burdened by my geriatric care job from the past. I do not know yet how long I can and will tolerate these strong mood changes, backache and nerve pain, constipation, then diarrhea, cravings for alcohol and nicotine, etc.