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GingerGabs

202d

when is the best time to take citalopram the nurse said to take it at night to see if it helps with my sleep. and do you have to take it at the same time every day

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    • DmeleoKing

      40d

      I take celexa inthe morning

    • DmeleoKing

      40d

      I take celexa inthe morning

    • Rocknbabe

      126d

      Hello I use to take it in the daytime but for many years I have been taking it at night time I rather take it at night it works better for me

    • lynne89

      146d

      I'm on citalopram 40mg myself. I started out taking it in a morning, but found it makes me REALLY drowsy, so started taking it at night. It's helped me sleep a little better. But it depends on how it affects you personally. It's kind of a bit of trial and error, to find what suits YOU best x

    • CozyVibez

      196d

      Citalopram can be taken in the morning or night. It depends on how it makes you feel. I liked taking escitalopram and sertraline in the morning but fluoxetine at night. Everyone experiences it differently. What matters is taking it at the same time of day every day.

    • fishoob

      197d

      Hey Gabs 👋🏻 I can only speak from personal experience so don't take my word for it completely! I found taking it in the day made me more lethargic so decided to take it at night. It seems to have worked and done the job now for many years. Wishing you the best ✨

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