My question is, does norco keep anyone else up at night? I have missed up to 3 nights of sleep in a row, only to become a sleepless, norco-fueled zombie the next day. I thought it put most people to sleep but it gives me this crazy, I can do anything energy. Which lands me in the bathroom at 1:30 am drawing and messing around on the phone, away from my super-light-sleeping boyfriend. So... Any other norcozombies out there with any insight as to why we are affected in this way?
Does norco keep you up at night? I have spent many sleepless nights fueled by the norcozombie. You?
Question posted by ABally on 12 June 2013
Last updated on 30 September 2017 by Mark06714
Unfortunately I've been taking them for around two years now. Eat something take a lower dosage next time or take them earlier in the day.
Norcos 10/325 will knock me out at times, but then it will also keep me up at night. I can't handle not knowing what is going to happen. Does anybody else have this problem?
I would say yes. I took 1 norco 5/325 pill at 10pm and have been laying in bed wide awake for over 6 hours now.
I to take norco and I can't sleep eather I've thought about taking something to help but I don't no what I can take with my pain med
Narcos give me a lot of energy too. Its the only way i can workout and clean house. Without them i dont want to do anything.what can i do?
The way different opiate like medication effect people (such as Norco) is quite individual. It is quite possible that you react to Norco this way. I would discuss it with your physician so that he/she can try something that works better for you as not getting sufficient sleep is not at all ideal.
Be open with your Dr. if you are not getting good results ask to be referred to a pain management specialist as they have more experience with configuring and changing up your pain management treatment plan to get the optimal results.
Any opiate pain medication, such as Norco, can cause euphoria, sleepiness, or that crazy energy you speak of. Do you find yourself behaving like a Chatty-Cathy doll, talking constantly?
You may want to take it only during the day, then lay off of it about four hours before bedtime. If your pain gets bad at night try Ibuprofen.
I wish you ZZZZ's!
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