I take efexor now 2 days at 15.00 hours after work. Is it better to take it at night??? Cause cannot sleep last night.
Hi, kouklarara! Drowsiness is a more common side effect of Effexor but in a few people it can cause trouble sleeping. Try it morning or evening and see what suits you best.
Remember, though, that these side effects are usually temporary and resolve on their own in a few days to a week or so as your body adjusts to the medication.
Best wishes and I hope you're feeling better soon. Wildcat
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