Since when are you having these symptoms? Since when are you taking this medication? For how much time does the sleep inertia last? How many hours do you sleep daily? Do you do any daily exercise or meditation? What is your weight and height? Do you have episodes of waking up in the night or of snoring?
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If this symptom started after initiating clozapine, then this is likely due to the medication. But your doctor needs to rule out postural hypotension which may cause similar symptoms on standing and which may be caused by clozapine. Also sleep inertia may be caused by an interrupted sleep, therefore avoiding alarm clocks if possible, and to wake up when your body is ready to wake up from sleep and when there is adequate sunlight will avoid sleep inertia. If an alarm clock is required then you may use apps for mobile phones such as "sleep cycle alarm clock" which may be beneficial. Adequate lighting on waking up may also decrease certain symptoms. Also you need to sleep regularly at a certain time in the night. Good sleep habits will be beneficial.
Lastly if these side effects are not tolerable and if they are interfering in your daily life and your pursuit of work, you may discuss this with your doctor and ask him/her if changing to a different type of medication which is not having this side effect is possible.
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You may take chamomile tea before sleeping and this may be beneficial in getting a restful sleep and waking up without grogginess.
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