Ramipril Nightmares

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I have been taking Ramipri 5mg just before a get into bed. i have been on this since April 2009

Most nights I have dreams during some of this I lash out or hit my wife while I am still a sleep. has anyone else had this problem

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    Hi: l have been on Ramipril for more than four years, 10mg per day. l take mine AM: l do have a problem with lack of sleep at night, may be only two to three hours per night. Back to doctors friday for my M.O.T. so will disciss these problem with him. Will keep you posted.

    Regards Iain. :D

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    hi iv been taking ramipril for only a month, iv had weird dreams that feel like im awake! they are so real' scary :?
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    I take Ramipril with no side effects what so ever. Have you been instructed by your GP to take them at night? My GP advised that they should be taken in the morning to lower my blood pressure during the day. Apparently your blood pressure automatically lowers when you sleep so by taking it before you sleep you are wasting the effect of the drug
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    My doctor also told me to take this drug in the morning so maybe that may help? I have experienced some sleep problems but it is only early days for me and I have always had problems sleeping in any event. I did find I am having very weird dreams though!
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    Yes I've just upped my ramaprill from 2.5 mg to 5mg and I've been having nightmares too. Oh yes and I only been taking my ramaprill 3 months but it's only since I've been taking 5 mg I've been getting nightmares which is about 3 weeks

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