I am a Type II diabetic. My new doctor switched me to Losartan 50mg, which I am suppose to take half the pill daily. I take it at night, because the warning label said may cause dizziness or tiredness. This medicine is prescribed to help my kidney's and heart. However, I have been taking this medicine for about a week and I have notice something different about my dreams.
My question is: Are vivid dreams, nightmares, and/or hallicinations a possiblity with Losartan? Just the other night I couldn't tell if I was hallicinating or still dreaming, when I thought I saw two beings standing through my bed. I reacted by kicking and yelling, which awoken me only to double check to see if I accidently hit my husband but he said he wasn't aware of my incident. I usually don't remember my dreams but this past week I can lately and I am curious to find out if anyone else has experienced this problem since taking Losartan.
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