Strattera taken at night or morning

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This is a norepinephrine noradrenaline reuptake inhibitor, so this takes up to weeks before the benefits appears. Yup diagnosed at 30, wish it was years ago though.

Posted January 15, I have just been diagnosed at the age of He is hyper but does not need to concentrate. Right now I don't want to take this crap.

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Upvoting posts that you like helps more people in the community see them. I'd be careful though, if you put sugar in your coffee. Routinely, a family would work with the doctor, starting with a low dose of strattera atomoxetine and increasing it slowly over time until either you get the benefit you're seeking or unacceptable side effects appear.

So Straterra is a medium term solution until I'm "clean", then on to stimulants for the long term. You must create an account or log in to vote on posts on Reddit.

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However by personal preference I commence this drug at night time for 2—3 months and then swap over to mornings when the optimal blood level has built up. I may start taking it later if it continues to end so soon. Sign in Already have an account? Still looking for answers? Comment Vote up Report. So the recommendation would seem to be that if there are no signs of then a morning dose is best, otherwise an evening dose will do just fine.

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He definitely has to eat before he takes the med, just periodically gives him a little tummy ache if he doesn't have something on his stomach. I just finished my second week. Atomeoxetine is a medication to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Sorry, the real question does anyone see a poblem with taking it at night to help with the sleepy side effects and make it through the side-effect time period?

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Also, if you are a guy, Strattera will likely give you E. Some people get drowsy from it and some people feel jittery and have insomnia and some people dont have any noticeable side effects.

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All times are GMT As always I would check with your doc, but I have heard that some people do better taking it at night. Just wondering when the best time to take it is. If the side effects are too much disturbing talk to your doctor about it, if he takes it for more than 6 weeks, don't stop dosing instantly, this will cause a very bad feeling for a week for him. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.