Bisoprolol and Sleep problems.

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i am taking 2.5mg bisoprolol per day for Af But waking early about 5am and struggling to get back to sleep before bisoprolol and before that AMIODARONE was prescribed I had no problem sleeping until about 9am after going ti bed around 11.30 At the moment I take BISOPROLOL at night before i go to bed Would i be better taking in the morning to help me sleep better ??

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    been on this drug for 2years and I am still on a higher dose 10mg taken in the morning.

    This medication us awful! it causes sleep disturbances

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      I have times where i fall asleep for an hour or two then awake the entire night! this can be consistent over a long period or like yourself just wake up early. this drug definitely changes your sleep.

      I found it clashed with my diabetes meds. eases somewhat when I am off them

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    all i can say it was by far the worst medication I have ever been prescribed and the other one is olmesartan

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      Tom,

      Can you tell me please why you say that about Biso and olmesartan?

      I was on biso for about 3 months because of my SVT. I came off it abruptly in order to have an attempted ablation. I went through awful withdrawals.

      I have been taking olmesartan since 2011. I am now questioning all of these stomach problems I have had, and they started soon after I started it. I read about a class action suite regarding olmetec for not notifying that it can give you gastro issues

      Interested in hearing your story

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