Some medications can cause sleep disruption. It would depend on the cause. I am not sure if Invega is more prone to cause that more than other antipsychotics. Its more Geodon and Abilify that tend to be activating. Speak to your psychiatrist about it and if needed they can adjust or change your medication or if they want to find out the specific cause do a sleep study which I had done and is a procedure that is easy to undergo and not a big deal and can determine conclusively what is going on.
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