Re: Sleeping at night
Yeah, at some point you do have to weigh what would be worse... continuing as you are now, suffering from the panic, etc, and not sleeping, or trying the medication knowing there's a risk of some unpleasant side effects. But really, there's no guarantee that you WILL have bad side effects from the Zoloft. And it just might help too. That would be great, right? Give it a try... you don't want to risk running yourself down further by allowing the the sleep disruptions to continue. If the Zoloft itself doesn't relieve the sleep disruptions, talk to your doc again. If you're open to a sleep med, there's some good ones out there. I've had success w/ Ambien CR. Best of luck to you!!