Can metoprolol cause sleeping problems?
Question posted by sandsbrown on 15 Oct 2011
Last updated on 16 October 2011 by Marvell
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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