Mirtazapine For Sleeping As The Needs Arises

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willy Says:


can I use mirtazapine for sleeping as the needs arises instead of a benzodiazepine. I do not want take mirtazapine every day but may be only once a week if I have a problem to fall asleep.



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Con1177 Says:

I take it as and when needed, take 7.5 or even 3.75. Sometimes I can sleep unaided for 5 nights but then need to take it for a few nights, not too sure if it ok, some pharmacists say due to the small dose it is ok however some feel I should take it for a few weeks regular and then taper off it? I am not on any other mess and it is purely for getting off to sleep.

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Verwon Says:

Mirtazapine is a tetracyclic antidepressant and may only help with sleep, because it can cause drowsiness, as a side effect.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Mirtazapine/­

Have either one of you consulted your doctors about using it in the manner you are?

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