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Posted by Addy
on October 26, 2000 at 21:43:37:
In Reply to: Could Xanax be causing me NOT to sleep? posted by Susan on August 28, 2000 at 20:18:42:
Some people experience what is known as a paradoxical effect. If this is the case, you are experiencing the opposite of what the drug is intended to accomplish.
: I was prescribed Xanax a couple of weeks ago, because of anxiety/sleeping problems. At first, I was able to sleep somewhat by taking 2 before bed. Now the past few nights, seems all I do is toss and turn all night...no real sleep. Only time I really can sleep is in the morning, and that's a no-can-do because I have two young kids! I have a doc appt. next week, so I can find out if I am really experiencing anxiety attacks or what, so for now guess I will stick with the Xanax. Otherwise I get NO sleep. Anyone else taken Xanax, and if so...how was your sleep affected by it?
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