Honestly it all depends on how late you that it at night. When I first started taking it it was trial in error. I started taking in when i went to bed which is about ten then I had to start taking it as early as possible. I hope this helps you some. Pepper
Tammi_f73; Pepper's answer is just as it is,And also it depends on the amount you are taking, I take between 50 and 150mg at bedtime and no longer have the morning side effects. You should be fine soon.
Tammi_f73 I have been on trazodone for many years. I found I had to go to bed earlier to get the drowsiness to subside. You will need to keep a constant sleep schedule. I use trazodone to keep me asleep and ambian to fall asleep.
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