- What are the most common side effects of sertraline?
- Is sertraline a strong antidepressant?
- Why should you not take sertraline on a night?
- What drugs should not be taken with sertraline?
- Why is sertraline making me so tired?
- Does sertraline affect your hormones?
- Can sertraline cause panic attacks?
- How does sertraline make you feel?
- Do antidepressants make you feel weird?
- Does sertraline cause weakness?
- How good is sertraline for anxiety?
- Does sertraline change your personality?
What are the most common side effects of sertraline?
The most common side effects of Zoloft are: Sleepiness.
Insomnia….If Zoloft is discontinued abruptly, some patients experience side effects such as:Abdominal cramps.Fatigue.Nausea.Vomiting.Diarrhea.Headaches.Lightheadedness.Dizziness.More items….
Is sertraline a strong antidepressant?
Prozac and Zoloft are powerful prescription medications used to treat depression and other issues. They’re both brand-name drugs. The generic version of Prozac is fluoxetine, while the generic version of Zoloft is sertraline hydrochloride. Both drugs are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs).
Why should you not take sertraline on a night?
Many people who experience nausea and other side effects from sertraline opt to take it at night in order to limit these side effects. Since sertraline can interfere with sleep in a small percentage of users, many people also opt to take sertraline in the morning.
What drugs should not be taken with sertraline?
What Other Medications May Interact With Sertraline? Sertraline should not be taken with or within two weeks of taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). These include phenelzine (Nardil®), tranylcypromine (Parnate®), isocarboxazid (Marplan®), rasagiline (Azilect®), and selegiline (Emsam®).
Why is sertraline making me so tired?
If you’re using sertraline to treat depression, fatigue and tiredness from the medication can also be compounded by the effects of depression on your mood. It’s very common to feel a little low in energy during the first few weeks of taking sertraline.
Does sertraline affect your hormones?
Fluoxetine and sertraline presented weak estrogenic effects. The maximal induction for FLX represented 7% from the activity of E2 and it was observed at 1μM, while for SRT the maximal induction represented 8% from estradiol’s activity and was observed at a lower concentration (at 0.1 μM) than in case of FLX.
Can sertraline cause panic attacks?
Although numerous studies have found sertraline to be very effective in the treatment of anxiety, there have been few case reports of panic attacks actually being induced by treatment with sertraline.
How does sertraline make you feel?
How will it make me feel? Antidepressants like sertraline help to jump start your mood so you feel better. You may notice that you sleep better and get on with people more easily because you’re less anxious. You’ll hopefully take in your stride little things that used to worry you.
Do antidepressants make you feel weird?
You might feel uncomfortably nervous or restless after you start taking a drug. Jittery feelings may pass within a few weeks. But in relatively rare cases, agitation will persist; sometimes it’s an early symptom of worsening depression or mania.
Does sertraline cause weakness?
Zoloft (sertraline) can cause very low sodium levels in your blood. Tell your provider right away if you experience weakness, confusion, difficulty concentrating, headache or memory problems.
How good is sertraline for anxiety?
A study in The Lancet Psychiatry found that taking sertraline leads to an early reduction in anxiety symptoms, commonly found in depression, several weeks before any improvement in depressive symptoms.
Does sertraline change your personality?
Medication can definitely change people’s personalities, and change them quite substantially. Paxil is rarely prescribed now, because of concerns about side effects and withdrawal, says Tang, but other SSRIs (such as Prozac and Zoloft) are likely to have the same effect on personality.