About Limovan Sleeping Tablets
Limovan sleeping tablets are commonly known as Zopiclone, Zopicon and many other names depending on where you reside.
- Imovane - Canada and Holland
Amoban - Japan
Ximovan - Switzerland, Austria and Germany
Alchera, Z-Dorm, Zopimed and Zopivane - South Africa
Datolan, Siaten and Zopicalma - Spain
Zimovane - Republic of Ireland, United Kingdom
Limovan is used and prescribed for the short term treatment of insomnia where falling sleep or regular interruptions in sleep can cause the patient stress and anxiety. Long term use is not recommended as tolerance, dependence, and addiction can occur with prolonged use.
Adverse reactions to limovan sleeping tablets
The side effect most commonly seen in clinical trials and worldwide usage is a bitter, metallic taste, which is usually fleeting in most users but can persist for a few hours. Palpitations may occur in the daytime following withdrawal from the drug after prolonged periods of use, especially when taken for more than two weeks or on a nightly basis.
Limovan can induce short term amnesia. It can also cause impairment of driving skills so care must be taken not to use the medication while or close to driving. This side effect is not unique to limovan but also occurs with most other sleeping tablets.
More common reactions
Gastrointestinal (wind): taste disturbances including a slight, bitter metallic taste or dry mouth. Nervous system: disruption of REM sleep, double or impaired vision, drowsiness, memory loss, dizziness, headaches, and physical fatigue. Unexpected mood changes have been noted in some individuals, which if experienced you should immediately cease taking the pills and consult your physician.
Alcohol should not be consumed when using limovan, as alcohol and limovan enhance the effects of each other. And could lead to physical and mental impairment.
Patients with liver disease eliminate limovan much slower than normal patients and in addition experience exaggerated effects of the drug.
Limovan increases sway and increases the number of falls in older people as well as cognitive side effects. Falls are a significant cause of death in older people.
Limovan should never be mixed with any other medication without first consulting you physician.
If you may be, or trying to become pregnant you must consult your physician before taking any sleeping tablets purchased from this site.
Limovan is a drug with the potential for misuse and the potential for causing dosage escalation due to tolerance, drug abuse and drug dependence. Limovan is well known amongst drug addicts as a drug of abuse and commonly seek it from their doctors. It can be abused orally with alcohol to achieve a combined sedative hypnotic - alcohol euphoria. Patients who do abuse the drug are also at risk of dependence. Withdrawal symptoms are frequent after long term use of normal doses even after a gradual reduction regime
This site is in no way intended to replace the official advice of your local GP or physician. If you are considering taking Limovan be sure to read the Terms and Conditions, The Patients Responsibility and Precautions of Use. The site is only here to give general information on the medications sold by us.