Lunesta TM (eszopiclone) is a new prescription sleep aid that
can give you and your restless mind the sleep you need. So you
can finally enjoy a restful night and a fresh start.
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WHY IS THIS DRUG PRESCRIBED?
LUNESTA is used to treat different types of sleep problems, such
as difficulty in falling asleep, difficulty in maintaining sleep
during the night, and waking up too early in the morning. Most
people with insomnia have more than one of these problems. You
should take LUNESTA immediately before going to bed because of
the risk of falling. Some people have chronic sleep problems
that may require more prolonged use of sleep medicine. However,
you should not use these medicines for long periods without
talking with your doctor about the risks and benefits of
HOW SHOULD I TAKE THIS DRUG?
As with all prescription medicines, it's important to take
LunestaTM (eszopiclone) as prescribed by your doctor. Make sure
you're able to get a full night's sleep before taking your
Lunesta tablet. You should not engage in any activity after
taking Lunesta that requires complete alertness, such as driving
a car or operating machinery. You should use extreme care when
engaging in these activities the morning after taking Lunesta.
WHAT SIDE EFFECTS MAY OCCUR?
All medicines have side effects. The most common side effects of
sleep medicines are: Drowsiness, dizziness, lightheadedness,
difficulty with coordination. Sleep medicines can make you
sleepy during the day. How drowsy you feel depends upon how your
body reacts to the medicine, which sleep medicine you are
taking, and how large a dose your doctor has prescribed. Daytime
drowsiness is best avoided by taking the lowest dose possible
that will still help you sleep at night. Your doctor will work
with you to find the dose of LUNESTA that is best for you. Some
people taking LUNESTA have reported next-day sleepiness.
WHAT IF I AM PREGNANT OR
Sleep medicines may cause sedation or other potential effects in
the unborn baby when used during the last weeks of pregnancy. Be
sure to tell your doctor if you are pregnant, if you are
planning to become pregnant, or if you become pregnant while
taking LUNESTA. In addition, a very small amount of LUNESTA may
be present in breast milk after use of the medication. The
effects of very small amounts of LUNESTA on an infant are not
known; therefore, as with all other prescription sleep
medicines, it is recommended that you not take LUNESTA if you
are breastfeeding a baby.
WHAT IS THE RECOMMENDED
Just one Lunesta tablet taken immediately before bedtime helps
most people fall asleep quickly. In a clinical study, most
people who took Lunesta slept an average of 7-8 hours.