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#466550 - 06/13/14 05:41 AM Prozasin For PTSD Related Nightmares
Jude Offline

Registered: 08/09/12
Posts: 1633
Loc: New England
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about my struggle with nightmares, and said I was going to look into use of Prozasin, an anti-hypertensive drug sometimes used to diminish PTSD related nightmares.

I did just that, and began using it about 2 weeks ago. So far so good. I have had one nightmare since starting it, and that nightmare was very tame. I did not wake up screaming or sweating. No racing heartbeat, or rapid breathing. Maybe its just a placebo effect, but who cares? I'm sleeping.

Here is a link to some infomation for anyone interested. Prozasin Relieves Nightmares and Sleep Disturbance in PTSD
WARNING: Prozasin is in a catagory of drugs known as Alpha Blockers. Alpha Blockers have been known to sometimes cause delayed ejaculation and/or orgasm in some men. In some cases the reaction is a complete inability to ejaculate and/or orgasm, regardles of the type or duration of sexual stimulation. This effect usually goes away when the drug is discontinued.

In my case, 1) I already have that effect from taking anti-depressants. 2) I haven't had sex in years anyway. and 3) Right now I'd gladly trade orgasms that I'm not having anyway, for nightmare-free sleep.

Hope someone finds this helpful.

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Will you remember me?
Don't let your life pass you by
Weep not for the memories
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#466554 - 06/13/14 11:50 AM Re: Prozasin For PTSD Related Nightmares [Re: Jude]
Still Offline

Registered: 02/16/07
Posts: 7011
Loc: FEMA Region 1
Originally Posted By: Jude
Right now I'd gladly trade orgasms that I'm not having anyway, for nightmare-free sleep.

"Amen" to that...especially when they are CSA-driven nightmares; or as I call them: "Sleeping Flashbacks."

No need to worry about orgasms when yer a physical wreck from lack of sleep, and fear of sleep.

#466618 - 06/14/14 10:12 PM Re: Prozasin For PTSD Related Nightmares [Re: Jude]
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Registered: 02/26/05
Posts: 1070
I'm going to look into this. Thanks.

I'll be just fine and dandy
Lord, it's like a hard candy Christmas
I'm barely getting through tomorrow
But I won't let sorrow get me way down.


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