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Tramadol has a tendency of keeping people awake. If it is taken late at night it may worsen insomnia. It has similar properties to those of some antidepressants which includes affecting seratonin. on! Any comments?

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  1. Sharla says:

    Do not take tramadol while you are intoxicated (drunk) or taking any of the following: Keep the medication in a secure place where others cannot get to it. Do

  2. Cammie says:

    Jock itch.It is a fungus. You need to get the over the counter drug for it. Use what they have for athletes food, I forget the name of it. Get the generic brand as it is expensive stuff. This should clear it up in a couple of days.And dont play with any more dirty socks, to pretend you are bigger.

  3. Myrtis says:

    Looking for information?!

  4. Shaquana says:

    Some foods that can keep you awake, are foods that contain caffeine. These foods are tea, coffee and chocolate. Other foods that experts claim can keep us awake are peppers, cheese, smoked ham, bacon and sausage. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Pharmacy/what_foods_keep_you_awake

  5. Jerrie says:

    Some days are just tiring and we may need a little wake up call to keep ourselves up and alert. Here are some methods to keep ourselves awake during the day. More:http://www.ehow.com/how_4536949_keep-yourself-awake.html

  6. Erinn says:

    1 Bring your own caffeinated drinks . This will be useful in case there are none at the sleepover. 2 Consider bringing some sugary foods as well . Eating lots can help you stay awake as the sugar rushes through your system. 3 Drink water . … More:http://www.wikihow.com/Keep-Awake-for-a-Sleepover

  7. Aron says:

    Sep 17, 2010 do all opiates keep you awake. Tramadol I could not take at night. Also do all opiates make you sweat? It made me have severe sweats and

  8. Ghislaine says:

    this condition can make it difficult to sleep, but there are some things you can do a good night sleep because it's usually the symptoms that keep you awake. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_5770595_sleep-occipital-neuralgia.html

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