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Insomnia, unable to sleep without ezeepam plus and zolfresh. Suggestions?

I am 48 yrs old suffering frm insomnia since 4 months.I was a regular morning walker before that.There was sum job insecurity in the office which initiated my sleeplessness.but then everything got fine in the office. Inspite of my taking ezeepam plus and zolfresh i am not able to sleep.I am a very cool type of personality but due to this problem i sometime cry at midnight.Pl advise
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Hello.Of the drugs that you refer, clonazepam and zolpidem are suitable for treating insomnia, but not escitalopram.Escitalopram is a good antidepressant but for to treat insomnia other antidepressants are more effective (with double effect: antidepressant and hypnotic).I treat my patients with Trazodone 50-100 mg or Mirtazapine15-30 mg at night when insomnia with depressive symptoms is the diagnosis.Please consult your local doctor for assess replace escitalopram and for prescription.I wish you good health.
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