Our expert says:
Relaxation techniques generally have no side-effects and are fully within your control. As I have never used or prescribed Aterax, I am not familiar with the sort of reaction you describe, and thus not sure how best to deal with it. From what I've seen, Zopimed is much less likely to cause problems than Aterax, but the doc who chose to prescribe this for you an no doubt explain why he made this partioular choice.
Risperdal should be useful, and though it isn;'t sedative as such, it usually helps someone relax enough, to be able to relax themselves into rest when needed
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