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I have been on imovane for over 5 years now.It's not an addiction for me but rather a means for some kind of sleep. My problem started 5.

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Addicted to zopiclone.Thread discussing addicted to zopiclone

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Hi. I have been taking this drug for several years..6-7yr..and i am addicted,. I have been using for calming me after a full day of stressful work.

I also, just recently started using night nurse and syndol ( not together) both have a sedating effect. You sound very much like me :shock: Only I have been using codiene which gives me the same feelings of being relaxed as zopiclone does for you.

I really panic when my prescription gets low, my doctor always renews for several refills...I have told him I am addicted but he says its not an additive med..I know different..I crave it deep in my stomach..I look forward to it in the evening..my life is very stressful and has been for sometime..I have on occassion takin even 1/4 of a pill and could feel the anxiety gone that I was feeling..it gives me modivation to do something that I dread doing..But honestly I actually feel the pill taking effect, it changes me and makes me feel great...I tried to stop the med...and had no sleep and felt the withdrawal very much..my sleep was very restless and I had outrages thoughts, my mind raced all night..it was hell.

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taking time to do the things that i enjoy and being more selfish.

sometimes I have even taken another half.

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The nightmare of giving up sleeping pills One woman reveals her

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Addiction: Paula Wynne battled to wean herself off sleeping pills and her GP prescribed the sleeping pill zopiclone until the pain subsided.

Ken couldn't sleep when she did not sleep, so eventually she'd sneak off to the spare room so at least one of them would get a decent night.

Last week, it was reported that sleeping pills raise the risk of early death by a third.

'People think sleeping pills will help - but in fact they can make things worse'.

'To stop people becoming addicted, they should be used only for a short period of time,' says Dr Hallstrom. Indeed, NICE recommends sleeping pills should be prescribed for a maximum of only one month.

Sleeping pills are a commonly prescribed drug - around nine million Britons take them occasionally, with an estimated million using them regularly, and long-term.

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Determined to end her reliance on the sleeping tablets, for three months Paula repeatedly tried to give them up.

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Zopiclone withdrawal - Addiction, Recovery Forum - eHealthForum

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Zopiclone withdrawal . can anyone help me please before i go compley insane. ive been taking zopiclone for 2 years until i stopped about a.

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Zopiclone Withdrawal - Point of Return

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Instead of adding in other medications in an attempt to reduce Zopiclone withdrawal, we take an all-natural, non-drugging approach to Zopiclone addiction.

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More. The decision to taper any medication should be discussed with your doctor and must be done with their consent and support. Disclaimer : *Because prescription medications can cause severe withdrawal reactions, do not stop taking any medication without first consulting your physician.

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