Risperidone Gives Me Bad Sweats Anything Else I Could Take?

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ManjisMate Says:


Risperidone makes me sleep deep for a while but the big problem is the sweating that comes with that sleep. I have been on this for Years for sleep. Is there anything else out there that tune off the brain so I can sleep. Just sleepless so no other need for the medication.



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Verwon Says:

Has this been occurring the entire time you've been taking it, or has it just started recently?

If it has just started recently, but you've been taking it for years, then it may not be related to the Risperidone.

Are you on any other medications? Have you had any other unusual symptoms?

And what else have you tried to treat your sleep issues? Have you ever tried the supplement Melatonin?

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