How did Zopiclone work?
Zopiclone is an FDA certified medication for the treatment of insomnia and other sleep disorders.It calms the brain and central nervous system and induces sleep in insomniacs. It increases the transmission of neurotransmitter gamma –Amnobutyric acid in the nervous system and enables the benzodiazepine receptors to act in the same way as benzodiazepine drugs. It offers you an undisturbed rest at night.
Usage guidelines of Zopiclone 7.5mg
Zopiclone should always be taken under the instructions of a health care provider. You must go through the usage instruction on the medicine pack before its use.The recommended dosage of this pill is 7.5 mg daily. Under no circumstances should you consume more than the prescribed dosage. You may experience mild as well as adverse side effects after its consumption. Abrupt stoppage of Zopiclone may lead to rebound insomnia and withdrawal symptoms. Regular use often leads to addiction and dependence.
Can Zopiclone tablets cause side effects?
Zopiclone should always be consumed as per the instructions of a healthcare professional. Its regular use may lead to some mild effects which usually fade away after 5-6 hours.
Mild side effects of Zopiclone
- Change in taste
- Dryness of mouth
- Mood Swings
- Difficulty in concentration
Severe Side effects of Zopiclone (Imovane) tablets
Overdose or incorrect use of Zopiclone 7.5mg may result in some adverse side effects in users. It is important to seek medical advice in case of unwanted side effects.
Adverse effects of Zopiclone :
- Behavioral changes
- Changes in libido
- Skin Rashes
- Difficulty in breathing
- Memory problems
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS BEFORE THE USE OF ZOPICLONE (Imovane) TABLETS
Zopiclone should always be used under the guidance of a physician. Failure to do so may lead to mild as well as adverse side effects.
It is advisable to seek the opinion of a physician if you
- Suffer from sleep apnea, asthma or breathing disorder.
- Are allergic to Zopiclone or any of its ingredients.
- Are the senior citizen.
- Are a patient of myasthenia gravis.
- Have a history of alcohol or drug abuse.
- Are suffering from complications of liver, heart, lung or kidney.
- Suffer from a personality disorder or are a patient with depression.
- Are pregnant or planning to get pregnant.