im with @spacemonkey i like it sometimes and sometimes i dont, It does help me sleep a bit, sometimes it makes me sleep too much. When i first was on it as my main AP i was on max dose and it gave me breathing and swallowing issues as well as horrendous restless legs if i didnt fall asleep before it kicked in. I stopped taking it after a bit, i couldnt take the side effects and sleeping for 3 or 4 days straight thru. I switched Aps then just about 6 months ago i got seroquel re-added to my cocktail as just a secondary AP and sleep aid. I feel it does help with some of my emotional instabilities by hasnt been helping enough with my rapid cycling hypomania ive been dealing with for almost 2 months now, they just doubled my dose and want me to take a morning dose instead of all at night, so ive been sleeping like crazy unless im wired and manic. Now i have max dose invega and am almost back to max dose seroquel as well, Does anybody else take max dose of two different APs at the same time? Also taking AD that helps with my ocd which seems to help but may be adding to my stretches of mania. will discuss with pdoc next mon in appt, My pdoc loves seroquel and says its his go to for any depressive, or emotional dx's, asa well as his first treatment with psychotic symptoms. It was my first med ever when first dx'd so it really threw me for a loop but i would double my dose every 2 weeks per his orders, i was very psychotic at the time, and i probably would have benefited from a slower more gradual increase so i could adjust to the med properly. I find it a good med however now, but the restless legs i get from it are absolutely horrendous and like one of the worst tortures known to man, i would rather be in pain then to go thru those, i take a benzo with the seroquel to counter the restless legs, and it works most times.