Thank you all for the advice and your experiences. It sounds to me that Trazodone it promising, of course it all depends on my husband how he feels. He went to take a nap at 7:00 pm. This morning when he woke up he said he felt groggy... he did seem tired. I'm sure this will pass once the meds gets adjusted in his system. I believe his psychiatrist started him on a low dose. He has been on and off Lunesta, Ambien, so other meds... none worked.
I told him that he's not doing anything have productive to make himself tired. I know there's not much we can we are both disabled, my husband has health problems--- heart disease, COPD, Asthma, Emphysema, diabetes, Atrial Fibrillation, he is on oxygen, also. As far as, his sleep he takes all his meds like he's suppose to - he says I've took Xanax, Tramadol, Lunesta, nothing worked.
There has been times that he has been up for 24 hours... he couldn't sid noleep!
As I mentioned about him having a long medical history--- he does well he takes his medication regularly no complaint there. He does complain about his back and legs. He used to be a electrian and carpenter, a lot of climbing ladders for 10-15 years.
Well... it is 8:20 pm., he just woke up--- I asked him if he still feels groggy, he said he slept good. He sleeps better during the day than at night. Go figure.
Thank you again for the replies.