I just read your response of a few days ago comenting about trazadone. :-)
Sorry I didn't see it.
I take 50mg traz at night. I always had problems sleeping and if I didn't I couldn't function the next day. Lack of sleep made my life a living nightmare.
Since parnate was stimulating to me, I would take it inthe morning and it would get me going. Was kinda lke 'downers' to sleep and 'uppers' to rise.. the legal way. Not a fun way to live but better then the alternative.
I 'dropped dead' in my home about 4 years ago. I was in the hosp about 3 months. I was told it's too heavy on my heart and the interactions with my other medications. To be honest, I don't really need it any longer. I do take trazadone which is an anti-d as well and have been taking it for a long time. I also take neurontin for nerve pain which also helps with the anxiety etc as well. Perhaps parnate in AM and trazadone at bedtime would be a helpful 'mix' for you as well.
My biggest problem now is CIDP. I thought I knew my nervous system and the problems it can cause but didn't get the full appreciation until now.
I hope you find the right meds for you. It can be difficult going thru the 'trial and error' with meds, Thanks for writing! Mike
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