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Re: Seroquel for sleep - doesn't work cache-monkey

Posted by yxibow on October 9, 2006, at 18:37:03

In reply to Re: Seroquel for sleep - doesn't work, posted by cache-monkey on October 9, 2006, at 14:40:44

> I think that Seroquel's sleep benefits might be better at *lower* doses at which it's mainly an anti-histamine. Higher doses leads to noradrenergic effects which could "burn" through the antihistamine drowsiness. I'm on it at 12.5 mg and am finding I sleep better and longer than when I was on 50 mg.
>
> Good luck,
> cache-monkey

Its an antihistamine at any dose, trust me...
I might be more used to 800mg at bedtime than others but it is still fatigue making as at this point in my life I can't drink cups of lattes.

-- Jay

 

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