Posted by jeanne on November 30, 2000 at 21:00:48:
In Reply to: What is Trazadone? Anti-d? Or sleep aid? posted by Kev on November 30, 2000 at 12:57:41:
I was given a prescription for trazodone a few years ago before I was diagnosed with sleep apnea. Don't know if sleep apnea was present at the time, but the trazodone was prescribed because I was on a high dose of prozac (40 mg a day) and this was given to me to help me sleep. I think prozac interferes with sleep, possibly REM (but not sure about that). Anyway, the trazodone, made me feel really zoned out and drugged. It scared me and I quit taking it. What I do now is take 1 .25 mg xanax (the white ones) a day which is much less severe in its effects than trazodone.. I found trazodone to be very sedating. Just my 2 cents.
- Re:Trazadone is a sedating anti-depressant! Miss Duffy 04:54 12/01/00 (0)
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