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I just feel it is important to say that I do not have any problems of binge eating during the day. It only appears at night and when I am asleep. And I think it is fair to say (and this has been discussed with the medical doctor who also practices hypnotherapy) that I seem to be able to carry out the most complicated of tasks when I am asleep hence that one time when I unlocked the front door unlocked the car, got something out of the car locked it again and came back in the house, locked up but oddly left the keys in the lock. So putting a lock on the kitchen door sounds good but I may be able to overcome that. What seems to be an idea is not to have any bread in the house for example and not to have any cereals so the things I seem to binge on are not available and I am just in the process of trying that.
I am interested in these medicines but am concerned about taking stimulants because presumably that would stop you sleeping. Is that the case? And are you suggesting just carry on taking the quetiapine at 125 mg and take stimulants during the day would stop the night sleep walking and sleep eating?