Generic Name: Zopiclone (zoe-PIK-lone)
where to buy Imovane online?
Imovane is a sleeping pill belonging to a class of drugs known as sedative hypnotics. It is used as a short term relief for sleep disturbances. The drug helps with difficulties faced due to the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep. Some people might also experience waking up frequently in the night or early in the morning. Such people can buy Imovane online to bring their sleep pattern to a balance. The generic name of Imovane is zopiclone and is a Benzodiazepine agent.
Which are the available dosages of Imovane?
One can buy the sleeping pill in the form of tablets with dosage strengths of 5 mg and 7.5 mg. The 5 mg tablets are round shaped white color tablets having the name ‘Imovane 5’ on one side and the logo and ‘rPr’ on the other side. The 7.5 mg tablets appear to be oval shaped in blue color having the name ‘Imovane 5’ on one side and the logo ‘rPr’ on the other side.
How to take Imovane properly?
The initial starting dose of Imovane is 3.75 mg (divided dose of 7.5 mg) that is to be taken exactly before bed time so as to make people fall asleep faster. The maximum daily dosage recommended is 5 mg that can be taken by elderly or by people who have kidney or liver failure. The ideal adult dosage of Zopiclone ranges from 3.75 mg to 7.5 mg.
Take the following precautions before using Imovane
- Do not take Imovane for 7 to 10 consecutive days
- Use Imovane exactly as prescribed as it can be a habit forming one
- Do not take Imovane if a full night’s sleep is not actually possible
- Anti-depressants and other sleeping pills like Ambien may cause dangerous effects when interacted with Imovane.
What are the side effects of taking Imovane?
Common side effects
These are the most common side effects of using Imovane
- Dry mouth
- Stomach upset
- Changes in taste
Rare side effects
These are the rare side effects of using Imovane
- Shortness of breath
- Changes in vision
- Problems with memory
- Daytime anxiety or restlessness
- Withdrawal effects
- Signs of depression