I don't remember dreaming like this before. Is it my bipolar or the medication?
hello... when i first started taking the seroqueo i had a few weird dreams here and there, but they went away until she increased my dose up to 1200mg... then the dreams came back..but i really don't have them anymore because now i am only taking 400mg now..good luck!!!
I wouldn't say I have nightmares because the dreams I have I wouldn't deem as spooky or scary just occasionally a dream might have an ending that I do not care for but I have been taking Serequil for 5 years and every night since I have had a dream some are random some involve past memories but without fail I dream EVERY NIGHT
I've been on Seroquel for the past few nights and I've had the most intense dreams that I normally don't have. They were more vivid than any other sleep aid I've been on. The dreams were like being the star of a three hour blockbuster movie. All the dreams, for the most part, were positive. Every night when I take it I wonder what kind of crazy adventure I will live through as I sleep :)
everybody should try to lower the dosage if they can, Then the nightmares are still vivids but less intense. I wake up a few times a night in the middle of a nightmare and go back to sleep with the same nightmare that just continue until a wake up again and again... I am now down to only half a 25 ( orange pill) and it still put me to sleep if I take some Methocarbamol, a muscle relaxant. I also feel better the next day with a smaller dose even if i've spent the night fighting monsters , robbers , in jail, or you name it... worst than Walt Disney production.
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