Why Suffering With Sleeping Problem When You Have Lunesta

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Lunesta medicine is used to treat sleeping problems like insomnia. The drug may assist you in falling asleep faster and stay asleep for a more extended period. The common name of this medication is Eszopiclone, and it belongs to the called sedative-hypnotics. The medicine works in the brain and produces a calming effect. It affects the chemical in your brain that is unbalanced in people having sleeping problems. 


It's Working

The medicine works by causing relaxation and aids you in falling and stay asleep. If insomnia keeps you away from sleep, you must see the doctor immediately. As a prescribed drug, it is often considered as a safe sleep aid.



For people suffering from insomnia, the initial recommended dosage is 1mg. It may be increased to 2mg or 3mg only on the recommendation of the healthcare provider. Take medicine before you go to sleep, and only if you have a planned rest of 7-8 hours. 


Things to Consider:

Tell your doctor immediately if you are allergic to Lunesta or any such drug. Consult your physician right away if you have any of the signs like difficulty in breathing, swelling on face, lips, tongue or throat, aggressiveness, confusion, hallucination, memory problems, unusual changes in the behavior, suicidal thoughts. 


If you do not go the bed after taking medicine or you wake up early after having the drug, you may experience dizziness, drowsiness, memory, or coordination problem. 


Precautions to Take:

Do not take the pill if you are going to drive a car, preparing or eating food, or having sex.

After having this drug, you will notice an improvement in your sleep within 7 to 10 days of taking Lunesta. You should go to your healthcare provider if you do not notice any change even after regularly having the medicine. 


Before having Lunesta, inform your physician if you ever had any:

  • Lung diseases
  • Kidney disease
  • Liver disease
  • Mental illness
  • Breathing problems
  • Depression


If you stop taking this medicine immediately, you may have to face more difficulty in falling asleep. This condition may improve after one or two nights. Also, inform your healthcare provider about the other drugs you are taking. Before going for surgery, tell the physician that you have this medicine. 


The medication may become habit-forming if taken for a more extended period than prescribed. One must buy Lunesta online only if your doctor recommends it to you.


Pregnancy and Lunesta:

It is not known whether taking this drug will harm the unborn baby. But you should inform your health care provider if you get pregnant before taking this medicine.

It is also unknown whether the medicine will pass into the baby through the breast milk or harm the baby. Before breastfeeding the baby, one must consult the doctor. 


Side Effects:


The side effects of this medication are adverse in older adults. Also, inform the doctor if any of following the side effects become severe: -

  • Headache
  • Loss of coordination
  • Dry mouth
  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Pain
  • Unusual dreams
  • Painful menstrual periods
  • Breast enlargement in men
  • Decreased sexual desire
  • Unpleasant taste
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Heartburn
  • Constipation


Serious side effects of this drug can be rashes, itching, swelling in the eyes, lips, throat, feet, ankles, feet and hands, difficulty in breathing or swallowing, hoarseness.


A person who becomes addicted to Lunesta may:

  • Continue taking it for a period longer than prescribed
  • Isolate themselves from the loved ones
  • Crave the drug
  • Feels that their quality of life will decrease in case they stop taking it.
  • Increase the dosage of this medicine without consulting the doctor or pharmacist.
  • Use the drug to get high.

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