Zopiscin is a medication used to manage insomnia and certain other mental health problems. It is used for the short-term and symptomatic relief of sleep disturbances. It is very helpful and effective pill to deal with stress issues. When used for treating insomnia, it works by slowing down brain activity, thus increasing the length of the sleeping time. Do not use Zopiscin if you are allergic to any of the ingredients present in it or if you are pregnant and/or breastfeeding. Before using Zopiscin tell your doctor if you are using any prescription drugs, non-prescription drugs or other herbal and dietary pills and supplements, if you have recently had any surgeries or have any upcoming surgeries scheduled or if you have a history of kidney or liver disease. Also let your doctor know your history of medical problems, pre-existing diseases and current health conditions.
Usage: The usual dose is to take a 7.5mg tablet just before go to bed as it takes around 1 hour to work. It starts to work immediately after taking it. It can take with or without food. Sometimes its feel tired or sleepiness can last long so that it is recommended to consume it just before going to bed or find trouble sleeping.
- Manufactured By: Scindia Pharma
- Active Ingredients: Zopiclone
- Release Form: Oral Tablets
- Strength: 7.5 mg
- Packing Size: 1*10*10 Strips
- Dosage: As directed by the physician
- Storage: Keep in cool, dark & dry place.
- Side Effects:
- Amnesia (Loss of memory)
- Hallucinations (see/hear things which are not real)
- Delusions (think things that are not true)
- Bipolar Disorder
FAQ: Zopiscin 7.5 MG Tablets
Who Can Take Zopiscin Tablets
Zopiscin Can Be Taken By Adults Over The Age Of 18.
Can I Drive Or Ride A Bike
Do Not Drive A Car, Ride A Bike Or Operate Machinery If Zopiscin Makes You Sleepy During The Daytime, Gives You Blurred Vision Or Makes You Feel Dizzy, Clumsy Or Unable To Concentrate Or Make Decisions.
What If I Forget To Take It
If You Forget To Take It By Bedtime, Just Start Again The Next Night.
Can I Get Addicted To Zopiscin
If You Just Take It For A Few Weeks, You're Unlikely To Become Addicted To Zopiscin.