Question: Can Trazodone Cause Permanent Damage?

What are the long term side effects of trazodone?

Commonly reported side effects of trazodone include: blurred vision, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, nausea, vomiting, and xerostomia.

Other side effects include: syncope, edema, ataxia, confusion, diarrhea, hypotension, insomnia, sedated state, and tachycardia.

Is trazodone safe for long term use?

As far as is known, trazodone is safe for long-term use. Some people with severe or chronic depression or insomnia may use trazodone for extended periods.

Can trazodone affect memory?

However, in partial support of our hypothesis, impairing effects of trazodone were found on short-term memory, verbal learning, body sway, and arm muscle endurance. In addition to the observed short-term memory impairment, significantly fewer words entered long-term storage after trazodone use.

Does Trazodone build up in your system?

After a single dose in a healthy adult, trazodone will be mostly out of your system in one to three days. Metabolism, age, health, weight and the amount and frequency of the drug taken, are all factors that can affect the rate at which the body can clear the drug from your system.