Anything to help with drowsiness on celexa??

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I've been on celexa for about 5 weeks and i love it but has anyone been taking any supplements or anything to help with the drowsiness? it's not bad but i have been noticing i take more naps than usual.

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    Hi Olivia, I take at night and sleep well. Still pretty tired some days but expect that will resolve in the weeks ahead.

    What do you love about Celexa? Curious because I am just starting week 5 at 20mg and still feel like hell. Many side effects the worst being incredible morning anxiety. Wondering when side effects got better for you.

    Thx Shane

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      Hi Shane! i'm sorry about the side effects you have been having. i had terrible side effects the first week on 10 mg, puking, nauseous, awful headaches. then when i increased to 20 mg my head aches got worse but after about 2 weeks at 20 mg they went away. i began taking celexa at around 330 , 4 pm instead of before bed time and my side effects have gotten better. hang in there!!

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      Interesting. Maybe I will try taking earlier rather than bedtime. Do you have any morning Anxiety? How long have you been on Celexa in total?

      I find that taking a walk even a short one helps with the daytime drowsiness. Even though it is the last thing I feel like doing!

      Take care! SHANE

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    Hi,

    I have been on 30mg for over 2 years now. I till get tired ......... like Shane said go for a walk or get involved with something to take your mind of it smile

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