Did he have these night time problems before the addition of Prozac? I am guessing he did not for the reason given below.
Get him off the Prozac (but do so slowly). The Prozac blocks the liver pathways for the stim meds and will make things worse. This is a quote from Dr. Charles Parker. I will private message you the site as I can't post it here.
Prozac and Paxil , block the metabolism, the breakdown, the effective use of amphetamine products like Vyvanse, Adderall, and Dexedrine. If you don’t know that simple fact you can either:
remain irritable and nasty for years
give up ADHD or depression treatment altogether
add more inappropriate meds on top
find yourself “diagnosed” with bipolar illness
become even more depressed
There are "clean" anti-depressants that do not block the liver pathways. Dr. Parker recommends "My favorites with AMP meds are the venlafaxine series including the generic, Effexor XR and Pristiq, then Lexapro and Celexa."
You might also want to look into buying Dr. Parkers book, "New ADHD Medication Rules" He has a very good section on treating anxiety.
So share the link I am sending you with his doctor. Get him off the Prozac (there is actually a warning on its label insert about using with stim meds.
And it sounds like he may be over dosed on the Concerta or as Dr. Parker call it "the top of the Therapeutic Window" (p116 in above mentioned book).
Hope this helps. I will message you a link to his site.
Hm - very interesting. I have a son who's been struggling. We weren't entirely sure why but felt ADHD was a part of it. The treatment (Concerta) has helped, but I can still see a lot of anxiety breaking through and creating tension/anger/disruption. I'm not sure where to go with this. I will have to check out that book.
Anxiety is a really common co-disorder with ADHD. Not sure if your son is on any other meds. But, there are certainly other things that can be done for this. Good example is this link - http://www.additudemag.com/slideshow/109/slide-1.html?utm_source=eletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=march
If you give me his age I may also have some age appropriate ideas for anger, etc.