Could changing to the night time help my sleep/morning anxiety?

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Anyone take it in the morning and switch to the evening?

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    I know when I tried to switch what time I take it, it didn't go so well. I kinda took a few steps back and took a full week or so of being back on my normal time to recover. I've asked this same question before changing the time and the consensus was that it should be fine but for my personal experience it was a bad idea, could of been a blip and coincidence that i decided to change it but for me I went back to my normal time

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      Yeah, i tried taking it around 6pm... worst sleep ever come 9 oclock. Tossed/turned, sweating, shaking... i am going back to taking it in the morning. I would rather sleep 6 hours then none
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      Hi guys I am.taking in the evening and I haven't had sleep.for the last three days. Its killing me. Its day 5 at 10mg. Please kick jn I have 4 boys and I so overwelmed.

      I hate this feeling.

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      I take mine in the morning.. i could sleep steadily 9pm to 4am... however with the time change and the dark mornings i found it discouraging although it is my sleep routine cause i am really up by 6am to get ready for school. I just tried switching it because of the morning anxiety from waking when i did... night time did nothing for me. I barely slept. However, sleep routines and anxiety blips are
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    I have been on it over 20 years and have always taken it in the evening...works for me.
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      Yeah, but i was already informed 50% can take it in the morning, 50% can take it in the night. I tried it for evenings but it didnt work and i have always been taking it everyday the past 9 weeks at 7:45 each morning. I sleep, but with the time change and the darker mornings it is discouraging being awake at 4am after sleeping 6-7 hours and im up by 6am getting ready for school. So, might just be my eternal clock. I was told sleep issues and the anxiety blips are the last thing to settle. And i am doing good for 9 weeks!
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