Unrest effect of Ritalin

We have 103 consumer reports for Ritalin. Unrest effect occurred in 4%.

Patients statistics on Unrest side effect for Ritalin


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Ritalin Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 103 reported about Unrest

  1. Orville R. Pitman says:
    3.5 rating

    Ritalin for Drive disorders; Adh syndrome

    The methylphenidate I tolerate very well, but I am restless by the drug, I feel an inner restlessness, however, the pulse rate does not change proven. For ADHD, the diagnosis is not clear, but justified, it is primarily about the form with hypoactivity, fears, self-insecurity, impulsive drive, lack of sense of time, restlessness (gritting his teeth, Hibbeln, lack of stress tolerance, mood swings are through 4 psychotherapies Moclobemide has been given insufficient effect in recent years and continues to put a strain on working life and social interaction. “I got moclobemide because of impulses to drive, but I attribute this disorder to anxiety.” Moclobemid is not supposed to be prescribed for anxiety, but it delays it Degradation of methylphenidate (retarding effect) Side effects: Ritalin when taken no, at the end of the action great fatigue Moclobemid: restlessness Sleeping at the moment by the drug very well, but in the morning not properly in activity.

    Side effects: Unrest; Fatigue
  2. Donna C. Wade says:
    3.5 rating

    Ritalin for Adh syndrome

    cold hands be scared excited

    Side effects: Unrest
  3. Louis M. Cooley says:
    3.0 rating

    Ritalin for Depression; Adh syndrome

    At the beginning of taking 75 mg, I was very restless, feeling driven and had difficulty sleeping and mild constipation. During the first week of the 150 mg regimen, I developed a leaden fatigue, restlessness, irritability and severe headache, an emotional blunting. So far, constipation and headaches have remained, but these are improving. No weight gain! After over 30 years, the generalized fear has blown away and I am more resilient and attentive. In addition, even the smallest things that used to drive me out of my skin can now only shock me little or not at all. In my opinion, a really good drug, because of which benefits I like to accept the side effects. It should only creep slowly, first 75 mg and then go to 150 mg after a few weeks, if necessary. The side effects then endure for a few days, it’s worth it. In any case, Trevilor is the only one that has worked well with me, unlike cipramil and fluctin.