Sedation effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Sedation effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Sedation side effect for Seroquel


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Seroquel Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 791 reported about Sedation

  1. Daniel M. Garza says:
    2.5 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis

    Strong sedation, sleeping, inability to walk, you have to lie down, dizzy

    Side effects: Sedation; Dizziness; Fatigue
  2. Richard R. Andrews says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Psychological instability

    Relation problems caused extreme sleep disturbances, episodes of adrenaline, and depression as a result of exercise disorders. As a result, there were thought circles and thoughts of hopelessness. Only by the Seroquel 200mg evenings and 50mg noon in a clinic I could sleep again reasonably. Unfortunately, one is sedated the whole day and in the morning you do not get out of bed at all. Through intense outdoor training with friends, the vicious circle could be interrupted and I have within 2 weeks, the Seroquel discontinued. Replacement drug: beer for the night. After-effects are still dizziness, blurred vision. But you wake up in the morning without being constantly sleepy. I hope that the after-effects diminish over time.

  3. Katherine M. Hawkins says:
    5.0 rating

    Seroquel for Concentration disorders; Mania

    Seroquel Prolong 400 mg, taken around 9 o’clock in the evening psychic effects: impairment of vitality, dynamism, determination, physical freshness, productivity, flow of ideas, imagination, mental agility and performance, inner freedom, etc. Everything seems slightly muted In the long run frustrating and hideous such a condition. I switched to another neuroleptic. That affected me even more. I stopped it and never used neuroleptics again. Regarding the mentality of thinking I have found non-drug-based ways to tackle it. Because of the depression, I take 300 mg valproate and 75 mg venlafaxine. But here too non-drug methods are more important than the drugs. Through non-drug methods, I develop myself personally. Sport is also physically healthy. The drugs lose their effect over time.

    Side effects: Sedation