How Can I Manage The Insomnia Associated With Stopping Remeron?

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I stopped taking Remeron last Thursday (as directed by my psychiatrist), and have been experiencing moderate insomnia. Note that insomnia was never a problem before (on or off Remeron). I tried Valerian but it doesn’t seem to hit the target and I feel wired. Does anyone have experience/suggestions that helped?

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One Response to “How Can I Manage The Insomnia Associated With Stopping Remeron?”

  1. Sir Knowsalot says:

    Alot of people that have used prescription medications such as this one have suffered this problem at one varied point or another in their life, some even more than others such as possibly your case. However, there are many that do not want to use addictive drugs and that is completely understandable, but I know how to treat insomnia, naturally. For a very economical price you can get a natural melatonin supplement from your local Wal-Mart in the vitamin section which helps your body to produce more natural Serotonin at bed time to enhance sleep. There are zero side effects, other than a good nights sleep, and it is non-habit forming. It is just a great vitamin supplement.
    Search the key word “Melatonin” on your Yahoo search engine to confirm what I’m telling you. It naturally provides me a great nights sleep every night after trying for years to sleep at night before I found this dietary supplement. I wake refreshed and full of energy as I am only promoting my body’s own ability to sleep. The best brand comes in a purple bottle from the company “Natrol” and is labeled Melatonin 5mg (1 tablet at night). Again, it is non-narcotic as it is a natural supplement and is found in the vitamin and health section at your local Wal-Mart. It’s the best kept secret for sleep I’ve ever experienced for a great nights sleep every night. By helping the body to produce more Serotonin, which is your body’s “chill out” hormone, the Melatonin lowers stress, eases your mind, and thus promotes restful sleep.

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