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Lunesta Tolerance


Lunesta is a newly released sleeping pill. Marketed as a revolutionary sleep aid, Lunesta is the only medication approved by the FDA for long term treatment of insomnia symptoms. Although Lunesta is a quality medicine that has already helped many people cure their insomnia and get a better night's sleep, there is something you should know before your buy Lunesta.

Tolerance is an issue that nearly everyone deals with at some time while taking a prescription medication. Your body can develop tolerance to a medication over long-term use, making it less effective in treating your symptoms.

Most prescription medications such as Ambien, Sonata and Lunesta work by manipulating certain chemicals in your brain or nervous system. They might lower production of one chemical, or raise the production of another. In many cases, the drugs manipulate chemicals in your brain called neurotransmitters, and a side effect of this may be neurotransmitter depletion. This causes your body to stop reacting to the medication, rendering it ineffective.

To our surprise, Lunesta showed groundbreaking results in a six-month clinical trial. Not one person developed tolerance to their Lunesta treatment, and they continued symptom-free for the entire six months! Hopefully, you will not need treatment for such a long time, but some of us are unlucky enough to have chronic sleep problems that are ongoing.

Copyright 2004, 2005 Ian Mason, Shoppe.MD research team.

Learn about Lunesta tolerance, side effects, pregnancy issues, and much more in our Lunesta guide.


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