It also lasts much longer than diazepam does, in terms of therapeutic anxiolysis, despite kpin's misleadingly shorter half life.
I know clonazepam is a hit-or-miss benzo, but it seems like for the people that it works for, it knocks anxiety and panic out of the ballpark.
I am currently on seroquel right now at 100mg a day. I have a very very difficult time sleeping without it as I suffered insomnia many times before. Rozerem helped for a while, but is like a tic tac now. i was on 300mg to stop a manic episode, i took it at 6 pm and was asleep by 9.....
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I have just learned from another forum that Seroquel at lower doses works on receptors in a depressing way, helping you sleep. And at higher doses, the anti-psychotic effect takes hold because receptors are stimulated then. You have affirmed with your post what I just learned. Most sedating pharmaceutical ever..can sleep for 15 hours on it it makes you groggy next day tired all the time could sleep at any given moment all day :( Stops me being manic but brings me down past feeling level and ok and brings me down to depression :( Evil..then everyone is different but i would say only try it as a last resort..you tried trazodone or mirtazapine? The 400mg in the morning was just added because I was manic.
The more feedback I get, it seems there is a strong consensus. Seroquel is the only thing that ever makes me sleepy. I take 400 mgs in the morning and I take 400 mgs at night.
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Each type (class) of antidepressant affects these neurotransmitters in slightly different ways.
He said the larger doses have the opposite effect, promoting more energy. I am seeing my current psych tomorrow and I would like to know. I told my doctor this, and he took me back down to 100mg at night in combo with some other medication and my bipolar is still managable, and i sleep very well. if I don't take it, even for one night, I toss and turn and my mind races.... I used to take 800mg a night and I was knocked out. I have lost a good bit of it since going off it 2 years ago.
Pros: A very effective SSRI that can be easier to start and stay on than others.
Side effects: Nausea, insomnia, headaches, sexual dysfunction, jitteriness; possibly drowsiness, dry mouth, constipation.
I always thought diazepam was the most subtle, longest lasting, and most clear-headed of all the benzos, until I tried clonazepam for the first time the other night.