Seroquel contains a substance called quetiapine. It belongs to a group of medicines called antipsychotics. Seroquel can be used to treat various diseases, such as:
Bipolar depression: why you feel sad. You may find that you feel depressed, feel guilty, lack energy, lose your appetite, or cannot sleep.
Mania: whereby you may feel very excited, euphoric, agitated, enthusiastic, or hyperactive, or have poor judgment, including being aggressive or violent.
Schizophrenia: whereby you may hear or feel things that are not there, believe things that are not true, or feel abnormally suspicious, anxious, confused, guilty, tense, or depressed.
Your doctor may continue to prescribe Seroquel even when you feel better.