No, Prazosin is not prescribed for sleeplessness. Prazosin is in a class of drugs called alpha blockers and it works by relaxing and widening blood vessels, allowing blood to flow more easily. It is used to treat high blood pressure, which helps prevent strokes, heart attacks, and kidney problems. When prescribed by a physician, it may be used for the blood circulation disorder called Raynaud's phenomenon, to treat problems urinating due to benign prostatic hyperplasia, or to help the body pass kidney stones through urination.
Prazosin is a pill that is usually prescribed to treat high blood pressure. Prazosin can cause dizziness, or faint, and usually cause the person to have low energy.
No. Prazosin HCl or MINIPRESS is indicated in the treatment of hypertension
Prazosin which is used for post-traumatic Stress disorder, neither causes sedation nor induces sleep.
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Prazosin blocks alpha-1 receptors (post synaptic) reversibly, permitting vasodilation of both resistance (arterial) and capacitance (veinous) vessels.
it acts to increase heart rate
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Yes, some other sleeping meds are Belsomra, Lunesta, Sonata, and Silenor. They all work a little differently, so it is best to talk to the doctor about your sleep patterns to see which one will work best for you.