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Can metoprolol cause sleeping problems?

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Marvell 16 Oct 2011

Yes, metoprolol does appear to cause insomnia in some people.

Nervous system side effects have included general fatigue in 1% to 10%, dizziness in 1% to 10%, headache in 0.3% to 4.0%, insomnia in 2%, nightmares in 1%, mental confusion, short-term memory loss, and somnolence. Anxiety, nervousness, hallucinations, headache, tinnitus, and paresthesias have been associated with extended release preparations of metoprolol in postmarketing use.

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