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    Dr just prescribed Remoron. Not sure what to expect. I am switching from celexa. I am a little anxious about this new med. I don’t want a huge sedative to sleep. I am going to take only half of the subscribed 15mg. I read here where some people take “as needed. I wonder if I can do that without getting into daily. I don’t want to be tired all day the next day. I do have anxiety, with some depression. I would like help with the depression. Going to give it a try. Thanks.


    Martin Reed
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    Sleeping pills can’t generate sleep and they don’t get to the root cause of insomnia, so they aren’t a long-term solution for insomnia. If you aren’t keen on the idea of sleeping medication and you are looking for a long-term solution for your insomnia, I’d encourage you to talk to your doctor about cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I).

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