Our expert says:
It would be best to discuss this with your prescribing psychiatrist. This may be a reaction / side-effect to your paxil, and might be helped by changing, for instance,the timing of the dose you take. Xanor is purely a sedative tranquillizer, and should not be having this as a side-effect. Using it in the SR ( Sustained Release ) form means it should maintain useful levels throughout the day, but doesn't give one the flexibility to vary thedose by time of day
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