Can Valium Cause Insomnia






Benzodiazepines causes me insomnia - Social Anxiety Forum

10/28/2014
10:38 | Author: Samantha Price

Can Valium Cause Insomnia
Benzodiazepines causes me insomnia - Social Anxiety Forum

I must say i'm very tired, but still can't sleep. I try every night laying still, but something in Valium / Klonopin keeps me awake. Don't know what it.

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Could Valium cause Insomnia

12/27/2014
08:16 | Author: Jessica Kelly

Can Valium Cause Insomnia
Could Valium cause Insomnia

Could Valium cause Insomnia? We studied 20041 Valium users who have side effects from FDA and social media. Among them, 1300 have insomnia. See what.

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On eHealthMe, Valium (diazepam) is often used for stress and anxiety.

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Sleep Problems - Managing Side Effects - Chemocare

10/26/2014
06:26 | Author: Samantha Price

Can Valium Cause Insomnia
Sleep Problems - Managing Side Effects - Chemocare

Insomnia is the prolonged and usually abnormal inability to obtain adequate sleep. Stress and tension of the cancer and the treatment can also cause sleep Clonazepam (KlonopinTM); Clorazepate (Tranxene); Diazepam (Valium).

Insomnia (difficulty sleeping) What is insomnia?

Insomnia is the prolonged and usually abnormal inability to obtain adequate sleep. Sleep problems can either be difficulty falling asleep of difficulty staying asleep (also known as restlessness).

Other techniques to help you manage insomnia:

Things you can do to manage insomnia:

There are a variety of factors that may contribute to people having difficulty sleeping during chemotherapy treatments:

Drugs that may be prescribed by your health care provider to treat difficulty sleeping: Depending on the reasons you are having trouble sleeping, your health care provider may prescribe medication to help relieve the symptom or assist you in sleeping.

Use of sedative medications for sleep problems must be closely monitored by your health care provider. Your body can become dependent (withdrawal symptoms upon discontinuing) to these medications. Your body may also become tolerant (medication becomes ineffective) to these medications. These medications for sleep problems can last a long time in your body. You may find that you feel tired during the day while taking these medications.

When to call your health care provider about insomnia:

Behavioral - Cognitive Relaxation Techniques There are several relaxation techniques that have been helpful in treating insomnia. Some of these can be done by one-self. Others may require a tape, CD or technician to facilitate:

Note: We strongly encourage you to talk with your health care professional about your specific medical condition and treatments. The information contained in this website about sleep problems and other medical conditions is meant to be helpful and educational, but is not a substitute for medical advice.

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NAMI Insomnia

8/25/2014
04:12 | Author: Lauren Wood

Can Valium Cause Insomnia
NAMI Insomnia

Transient insomnia can be cause for example by stress, traveling (e.g., jet lag), and diazepam (Valium)) and barbiturates (e.g., Fioricet) may cause sleepiness.

More than one-half of insomnia cases are related to depression, anxiety or psychological stress. Often the qualities of a person’s insomnia and their other symptoms can be helpful in determining the role of mental illness in a person’s insomnia. Early-morning wakefulness can be a sign of depression which may also be associated with poor energy, impaired concentration, depressed mood or “sadness,” and a change in appetite or weight. On the other hand, a sudden dramatic decrease in sleep which is accompanied by increase in energy, or the lack of need for sleep, may be a sign of mania, (e.g., bipolar disorder).

Psychopharmacology —many psychiatric drugs are used to promote sleep in people with insomnia.

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