I have had problem sleeping for quite some time and I forget why. Geodon useto do the trick but it doesn't anymore. Seroquil, however, is a wonder-drug. I have been taking the 50Mg tablets and cutting them in half and that seems to get me to sleep, if I take the full 50Mg tablet that will get me to sleep for even longer.
My question is, does the super-low-dose 25/50Mg dose of Seroquil cause weight gain and diabetes like the higher doeses do?
I don't want to ask my doctor to switch to Ambien, because I know it is addictive, but since Seroquil is not approved for insomnia in low-doses (but is used for it by many providers) there is no evidence or list or anything like that detailing if the side effects associated with Seroquil at 'therapudic' levels for bipolar/schizophrenia are associated with the lower dosages.