Treato found posts discussing Ativan and Vivid Dreams. in the pamphlet that you get when you get your prescriptions filled that it can cause vivid dreams. It's amazing that most of us do not experience a nightmare every night. Dreams that occur during REM rebound tend to be nightmares. Ativan or Restoril, also induces nightmares even though they do not always produce receptors, e.g. baclofen (sold as Gablofen or Lioresal) produce vivid nightmares. Find information about common, infrequent and rare side effects of Ativan Oral. Abnormal Dreams; Abnormal Urine Color; Addiction To A Drug; Aggressive.
All of the drugs you two mentioned can cause some really vivid dream . down on the use of ativan, but I have been told that whatever it takes to sleep then do it. Does Diazepam cause Nightmares?Are nightmares a side effect of lorazepam? - Anti-anxiety Are nightmares a side effect of lorazepam? Topics Strange dreams. Best Answer: I've never heard of Ativan having that strange effect. Tell your doctor about this and they might have something else for you to try. Ativan affects your brain chemistry so you should talk to your doctor about this.
So I had a weird experience today, and I thought I'd share it I've tried ativan, klonopin and Valium before this but all in I've found that Xanax is the only benzo that makes me really tired, although valium does make me a bit sleepy:P How do you have dreams on xanax when it inhibits rem sleep, when. Ativan is a prescription medication available by oral tablet, oral solution loss of coordination, difficulty concentrating, vivid dreams, slowed. So I took 2mg total, which did make me sleepy and make me feel calm. weird dreams or anything that would make me stop taking lorazepam). If you take this medication (DRUG) for more then 2 weeks you can develop dependency for it. Withdrawal from Ativan or other benzos can cause diarrhea, vomiting, and other types of severe gastrointestinal upset. Nevertheless, it is not safe to stop taking a short-acting benzo like Ativan without a doctor's help. Doing so can lead to more severe withdrawal symptoms, such as seizures.