SashaSue Posted October 16, 2011 Share Posted October 16, 2011 I know that for most people, lower dosages of seroquel are more sedating. I more or less understand why that is the case. But in my long relationship with seroquel, that's never been the case. Never. So, I'm just wondering if I'm the lone weirdo who finds it more sedating at higher dosages? And I'm wondering if there's a secondary mechanism by which it might be sedating, at least for some people, at higher dosages? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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