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Re: Remeron Vs Seroquel. Which is More Sedating?

Posted by blueberry1 on January 10, 2007, at 14:20:18

In reply to Remeron Vs Seroquel. Which is More Sedating?, posted by Pluto on January 10, 2007, at 4:34:06

I found remeron more sedating than seroquel. Longer lasting too. It kept me asleep nearly all night. Seroquel only kept me asleep half the night. I used remeron for about 2 years and it always worked. Based on comments here from others, seroquel keeps needing dose increases with some people.

The trick I found with remeron, and I have seen it in psychopharmacology articles, was to keep the dose low, low, low. For example 7.5mg, 1/2 of 7.5mg, or 1/4 of 7.5mg. The lower the dose the more sedating. Weird.




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