Remeron is the generic name for Mirtazapine which I take for depression and lack of sleep 30mg x 1 at bedtime... I've since reduced the dosage to 15mg at bedtime just to be a little more alert in the mornings. I can't say much for its powers to help with depression but it knocks me out every night.
Hello skp1957. There is no evidence to date that Remeron has been used to treat migraines and or headaches. Remeron (generic Mirtazapeine) is an antidepressant. It carries its share of side effects. Most common one being being that of weight gain. I hope you do well on the drug. Best of wishes and good health to you,pledge
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