Mirtazapine is an antidepressant, available by prescription in the UK. It is primarily used to treat mental health conditions, such as depression, OCD and anxiety. It works by increasing levels of mood-enhancing chemicals in your brain, like serotonin and noradrenaline.
How Long Does Mirtazapine Take to Work?
Mirtazapine typically takes between 4-6 weeks to have a noticeable impact on your mental health.
How Long Before Bed Should I Take Mirtazapine?
If you’ve been prescribed mirtazapine to help with your sleep, as well as your depression – you’re likely wondering when you should take your medication.
As the medication is likely to make you feel sleepy, it’s recommended that you take it around an hour before you go to bed, so that you’re in the right environment for a good night’s sleep.
Common Side Effects - more than 1 in 100 people
When taking Mirtazapine, you may notice that you’re experiencing certain side effects – these are usually mild and tend to go away by themselves. However if they continue to bother you, you should speak with your GP for further guidance.
- Weight gain
- Dry mouth
For a more detailed list of the side effects of mirtazapine, please visit the official NHS website.
Order Your Mirtazapine with Healthera
If you’ve already been prescribed mirtazapine by your GP, you can place your prescription order online with Healthera.
It only takes a few minutes to set up your prescription for collection or home delivery from your local pharmacy.
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