If you are suddenly having difficult times falling asleep then try Lunesta.
It is a prescribed sleep medication used to temporarily resolve insomnia by
relaxing the mind and body with a sedative. However, side effects are common and
should be understood fully prior to consumption. These side effects could be
serious and include severe allergic reaction, mental disorder flare-ups, or even
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When taken properly Lunesta can be a solution to your sleep
problem, but if not taken with care it can lead to harmful outcomes. Women
who are pregnant should not take this medication. People with liver or lung
disease, history of depression and/or suicidal thoughts, alcohol or drug
additions should not take this medication either. This sleep medication can
be highly habit forming and may increase the harmful effects of a current
health condition. Lunesta should only be taken when a full eight hours of
sleep are reserved. If you take it during wake cycle there is a chance of
completing activities without any recollection putting your life and others
in danger. A slight drowsy feeling can also remain longer than eight hours
of sleep, so only take recommended dosage prescribed by your doctor.
Do not take this medication with alcohol as it increases the effectiveness and may result in muscle loss control or memory loss of actions. Taking additional sedatives such as muscle relaxers, some cold medicines, and medication for mental illnesses can also have detrimental outcomes and harm either your health or the health of someone not prescribed this medication. Addiction to Lunesta is common and can occur in less than one week. Do not stop taking this medication without doctor's consent and full evaluation of your progress. This sleep medication is not for everyone, so stop taking if serious symptoms appear.