Our expert says:
Nasty dreams can indeed be tiring, and may keep one from spending long enough in more refreshing states of sleep. Chat to your prescribing doc about this, as it could possibly be related to the Prohexal - SOME people develope unpleasant dreams on some of the different antidepressants, and not on others. And this could also apply to the sweating, if weather changes are not responsible ( increased warmth and humidity lately ).
But as there can be other causes of night sweats and bad dreams ( which can be part of fever, too ) best to see your doc for a full physical check-up and a discussion of possible swopping to a different medication.
My only point of disagreement with abc is that 5-HTP is NOT "natural" - while it occurs in nature, so does arsenic and strychnine, neither of which does us any good, and it is not in its pure form either naturally occurring or a normal and natural part of our diet.
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