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Eszopiclone (Lunesta) along with other "Z Drugs" including zolpidem (Ambien), zaleplon (Sonata) are the most commonly prescribed sedative hypnotics in the.

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Lunesta wikipedia - MedHelp

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It can be a side effect of Ritalin (methylphenidate), Adderall (dextro/levo-amphetamine) and Lunesta (eszopiclone) and other prescription drugs or of cocaine or.

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Lunesta - Addiction Treatment Wiki

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Lunesta is the trademarked name of a sleeping pill first introduced in 2005. It is made from the drug esxopicione that works by slowing brain.

Lunesta reacts with medicines that make you drowsy, such as antihistamines, sedatives and tranquilizers as well as depressant like alcohol. Usually people with histories of alcoholism, depression, liver disease and pregnant women are not prescribed Lunesta.

The daytime drowsiness may leave you too impaired to drive. A few people are allergic to esxopicione and will experience hives, trouble breathing, swelling of tongue, and vomiting. Side effects can be headache, daytime drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, dry mouth, unusual dreams, decreased sexual desire, cold symptoms, unpleasant taste, breast enlargement in men, and painful menstruation in men. More serious but less common side effects are vomiting, loss of coordination, hallucinations, out of body experiences, aggressiveness, depression, suicidal ideation, and problems with memory.

Taken as a tablet right before bedtime, Lunesta should cause you to fall asleep in less than a half hour. Exactly how the drug does this is unknown, but it probably interacts with GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid), a brain chemical associated with sleep. In studies of this drug, most people remained in sound sleep for about six and half hours. Lunesta is the trademarked name of a sleeping pill first introduced in 2005. It is made from the drug esxopicione that works by slowing brain activity.

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For this reason their doctors decrease their dosage gradually rather than stopping its use suddenly. One problem with Lunesta is that people experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop using it. Once you stop using Lunesta, your sleep problems may become worse than before you started taking the drug. These can be anxiety, unusual dreams, stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, sweating, shakiness, and sometimes even seizures.

Although the manufacturer of Lunesta does not indicate that the drug should only be taken short-term, some physicians prescribe it that way because there are not many clinical studies of its long-term effects.

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