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Trazadone/night terrors?

Posted 25 Nov 2017 by Chantellmcf 1 answer

Whenever I stop taking my trazadone I have horrible night terrors. I wake up screaming, hysterical and unable to catch my breath. This will last 10 to 15 minutes after I wake up.. How can I stop my trazadone and not have these night terrors.

Seroquel - Is horibble headaches and swollen eyes common?

Posted 25 Jun 2017 by Tabilynne 1 answer

I just got prescribed this two days ago for my night terrors caused by PTSD. Morning one had horrible headache but it was tolerable cause no nightmares took Tylenol n headache mellowed out. Morning two still no night terrors but worse headache light hurts birds chirping hurts and my eyes are almost ...

What does it mean if you have night terrors and nosebleeds?

Posted 5 Mar 2017 by Hdjdjnxj 0 answers

My boyfriend is 18 and has been having night terrors and they just seem to be getting worse. Last night he woke up from a night terror with a nosebleed. What does this mean and how does he fix it?

Has anyone been sleep walking after night terrors on Viibryd?

Posted 17 Oct 2016 by Viking Goddess 1 answer

I have been on Viibryd 40mg for 2 years. For the last year I have been researching sleep paralysis and night terrors with no prevail until I heard the term "Brain Zaps". When I experience brain zaps that tells me I am going to have sleep paralysis and night terrors. I have been scared to ...

Viibryd - Nightmares/Night Terrors?

Posted 14 Oct 2013 by yanksgrl827 17 answers

Have any of you that are doing well on Viibryd experienced any night terrors? My doctor switched me from Lexapro 20mg to Viibryd. Around my 4th week of taking starter pack, I missed a dose while on vacation (completely slipped my mind with all of the running around). That night I had horrible, ...

Nocturnal Anxiety Attacks?

Posted 5 Feb 2016 by janiebme 1 answer

Reaching out to anyone that has or had nocturnal anxiety attacks or has had them from PTSD. My meds have stopped the night terrors but I continue to wake up every morning from nocturnal panic attacks, trembling, sweating with high anxiety. Since they happen when I am asleep I feel helpless to ...

Azithromycin - Has anyone experienced night terrors or night sweats on the z pack?

Posted 29 Mar 2016 by JenAv43 0 answers

Day one I woke up 3 times in the night to change my shirt which was soaked in sweat. I have also experienced night terrors which were so life like I woke up in tears.

Medications causing sleep terrors?

Posted 12 Aug 2015 by chestnutcharleyhorse 3 answers

Hiya, Need to research these for a paper - wondering if anyone knows of any medications that might combine to cause night terrors in someone who has mild PTSD.

Seroquel - Would cutting a 25 mg pill in half still help a child with their symptoms?

Posted 29 Jul 2015 by Sherryfont203 4 answers

Anxiety, night terrors, mood swings, aggression and ADD are the symptoms. I'm scared to give the 25 mg instant and the 50 mg XR as I don't want her uncontrollably sleeping, and she's borderline diabetic already. Any help is appreciated.

Missing a dose of 100 mg of sertraline cause vivid night terror?

Posted 30 Jul 2015 by Beanica 1 answer

I missed my dose of 100 mg of sertraline and I had the most vivid night terror ever. It kept coming back worse each time I managed to go back to sleep and now I'm too terrified to go back to sleep. Is this common or should I report this to my Dr? Or has nothing to do with missing a dose? ...

Sleep terror?

Posted 19 Mar 2015 by ctvitale 1 answer

Hello, I have reached a point where I'm not sure what is no longer normal. I have dealt with sleep paralysis since my early teens and am now 30 years old. I understand we've all experienced some sort of hell with this "condition", however it has progressed beyond my tolerance ...

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