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TRAZODONE HISTORY AND INFORMATION
Angelini Research Laboratories in Italy originally developed Trazodone in the 1960s. Trazodone is a Serotonin Antagonist and Reuptake Inhibitor (SARI) that has both anti-anxiety and antidepressant properties but also exhibited sleep inducing effects.
University of Washington researchers found an increased risk of crashes for people taking Trazodone. This risk also included all sleeping medications.
While Trazodone is not an SSRI, it does share many properties of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors, including the discontinuation syndrome if the medication is stopped too rapidly. Therefore it is always recommended to taper Trazodone slowly, particularly after long-term use.
The FDA approved Trazodone in 1981 and it was approved worldwide under the names of Desyrel, Depyrel, Mesyrel, Mollpasin, Oleptro, Trazodil, Trazorel, Trialodine and Trittico. Trazodone is a Serotonin Antagonist and Reuptake Inhibitor (SARI) that has both anti-anxiety and antidepressant properties but also exhibited sleep inducing effects.
University of Washington researchers found an increased risk of crashes for people taking Trazodone. This risk also included all sleeping medications. Records of 400,000 Washington state drivers who had a drug insurance benefit were followed until death or the end of the study. According to Michael Grandner, an instructor in psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, “Risks associated with sleeping pills have been known for some time, though this study shows some compelling real-world consequences.” The risk of crashing related to sedative medications was similar to the crash risk while driving drunk. Trazodone was found to be the most commonly prescribed sleep medication in the study.
Biopharma recently announced they are combining Trazodone with Bupropion to create Lorexys, a women's libido drug.
Trazodone may be found in maternal milk in significant concentrations, but sufficient data in human studies that address safety during pregnancy or breastfeeding is lacking.
Elevated Prolactin levels have been reported in patients taking Trazodone. Prolactin is a hormone that is best known for its role in producing milk after pregnancy. But Prolactin is also a protein that influences over 300 separate actions in the body. Prolactin is secreted by the pituitary gland in response to eating, during sex, ovulation and also plays an important role in metabolism, regulation of the immune system and pancreatic development.
Abruptly stopping or rapidly withdrawing Trazodone can cause blurred vision or vision disturbances, gastrointestinal symptoms, lethargy, insomnia, anxiety, agitation, irritability, and migraine headaches.
TRAZODONE WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS, SIDE EFFECTS, ADVERSE REACTIONS
TRAZODONE WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE:
aggression, anxiety, balance issues , blurred vision, brain zaps, concentration impairment, constipation, crying spells, depersonalization, diarrhea, dizziness. electric shock sensations, fatigue, flatulence, flu-like symptoms, hallucinations, hostility, highly emotional, indigestion, irritability, impaired speech, insomnia, jumpy nerves, lack of coordination, lethargy, migraine headaches / increased headaches, nausea, nervousness, over-reacting to situations, paranoia, repetitive thoughts or songs, sensory & sleep disturbances, severe internal restlessness (akathisia), stomach cramps, tremors, tinnitus (ear ringing or buzzing), tingling sensations, troubling thoughts, visual hallucinations / illusions, vivid dreams, speech issues, visual changes, worsened depression
TRAZODONE SIDE EFFECTS MAY INCLUDE:
abdominal or stomach disorder, aches or pains in muscles and bones, anger or hostility, blurred vision, brief loss of consciousness, confusion, constipation, decreased appetite, diarrhea, dizziness or light-headedness, drowsiness, dry mouth, excitement, fainting, fast or fluttery heartbeat, fatigue, fluid retention and swelling, headache, inability to fall or stay asleep, low blood pressure, nasal or sinus congestion, nausea, nervousness, nightmares or vivid dreams, tremors, uncoordinated movements, vomiting, weight gain or loss, allergic reactions, anemia, bad taste in mouth, blood in the urine, chest pain, delayed urine flow, decreased concentration, decreased sex drive, disorientation, ejaculation problems, excess salivation, gas, general feeling of illness, hallucinations or delusions, high blood pressure, impaired memory, impaired speech, impotence, increased appetite, increased sex drive, menstrual problems, more frequent urination, muscle twitches, numbness, prolonged erections, red, tired, itchy eyes, restlessness, ringing in the ears, shortness of breath, sweating or clammy skin, tingling or pins and needles
TRAZODONE ADVERSE REACTIONS MAY INCLUDE: per PDR
Severe: ventricular tachycardia, hearing loss, visual impairment, suicidal ideation, cardiac arrest, myocardial infarction, heart failure, torsade de pointes, bradycardia, atrial fibrillation, arrhythmia exacerbation, tardive dsykinesia, seizures, repiratory arrest, serotonin syndrome, SIADH, methemoglobinemia, hemolytic anemiam apnea
Moderate: blurred vision, constipation, hypotension, palpitations, confusion, excitability, hostility, hypertension, ejaculation dysfunction, memory impairment, impotence, aphasia, amnesia, phtophobia, urinary incontinence, edema, dyspenea, migraine, mania, akathisia, priapism, chest pain, orthostatic hypotension, premature ventricular contractions QT prolongation, impaired cognition, psychosis, hallucinations, ataxia, psoriasis, hyponatremia, hematuria, urinary retention, jaundice, hyperbilirubinemia, cholestasis, anemia
Mild: drowsiness, xerostomia, headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, vomiting, insomnia, diarrhea, nasal congestion, weight loss, musculoskeletal pain, nightmares, tremor, back pain, syncope, weight gain, anorexia, malaise, libido decrease, parethesias, tinnitus, orgasm dysfunction, hypothesis, gastroesophageal reflux, xerophthalmia, ocular pain, photosensitivity, acne vulgaris, hyperhidrosis, vertigo, bladder discomfort, agitation, myalgia, abdominal pain, dysgeusia, night sweats, urinary urgency, anxiety, restlessness, irritability, libido increase, paranoia, diplopia, chills, weakness, flatulence, flushing, urticaria, rash, pruritus, alopecia, hirsutism, increased urinary frequency, leukocytosis appetite stimulation, menstrual irregularity, breast enlargement
TRAZODONE REFERENCES AND OTHER INFO
According to the FDA:
Advise patients not to abruptly discontinue DESYREL (Trazodone) and to discuss any tapering regimen with their healthcare provider. Adverse reactions can occur when DESYREL (Trazodone) is discontinued [see Warnings and Precautions (5.8)].
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DESYREL (Trazodone) is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor indicated for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD) (1).
------------------------DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION------------------- Starting dose: 150 mg in divided doses daily. May be increased by 50 mg per day every three to four days. Maximum dose: 400 mg per day in divided doses (2.1). DESYREL (Trazodone) should be taken shortly after a meal or light snack (2.2). Tablets should be swallowed whole or broken in half along the score line (2.2). When discontinued, gradual dose reduction is recommended (2.6).
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