Zopiclone 7.5 Aware:
Zopiclone 7.5 is closely related to benzodiazepine medications such as diazepam. It can hasten sleep onset by 15 minutes and induces a euphoric dream-like state.
However, it is strongly addictive, with some users developing dependence to zopiclone within only a few weeks of use. It is responsible for a great deal of road traffic accidents in the UK.
But though quitting is sensible, it’s not always easy, especially if you don’t start with a reasonable understanding of the process and a solid plan for success.
Zopiclone 7.5 Withdrawal Symptoms
Not everyone quitting zopiclone will experience withdrawal symptoms and most people experience only a few, not the complete list of possible symptoms. Typical withdrawal symptoms include:
Feeling anxious or tense
Paranoia – thinking other people want to do you harm
Feelings of disassociation
Abnormal sensory perception (noises sound loud, colors seem odd, etc.)
Shaking, or more rarely, convulsions
Muscle aches, pains and spasms
Symptoms that mimic flu
Why Do You Get Withdrawal Symptoms?
Zopiclone works by increasing the activity of the neurotransmitter GABA. Since GABA is an inhibitory transmitter, which slows or stops the firing of other neurotransmitters, by increasing GABA activity you quiet the brain’s overall activity level. GABA is the brain’s natural sedative, and zopiclone simply enhances its functioning.
GABA suppresses excitatory neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin, epinephrine (noradrenaline) and acetylcholine. These excitatory transmitters play important roles in memory, muscle movement, alertness, emotional regulation, heart rate and blood pressure and hormonal secretions. When taking zopiclone you quiet your whole brain’s activity level. This reduces anxiety and insomnia, but also causes changes to many of the body’s essential systems. This is why taking chronic high doses of zopiclone can cause such a variety of health problems and why people experience such a wide array of withdrawal symptoms after stopping.
Zopiclone users quickly develop dependence. Because of this, most prescribing guidelines advise against the use of zopiclone for more than 3 or 4 consecutive weeks.
How to quit?
Taper down without a doubt. Do not go cold turkey! Avoid alcohol during zopiclone withdrawal as it can worsen your symptoms. Experts in addiction medicine at the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) have suggested the following dose reduction will offer the least side effects:
From zopiclone 7.5mg per day or less:
Reduce the daily dose by half of a 3.75 mg tablet (1.875 mg) every 2 weeks.
The target dose for when to stop is when the person is taking only half of a 3.75 mg tablet.
By taking these medicines you agree to understand and abide by this rule.
Coping with Withdrawal Symptoms: A self Help Guide
If you would like to pursue this option please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, put “FAO script team” on the subject line and let them know you would like to start a dose reduction such as the one outlined above.
To minimize your symptoms
Strive to eat a healthy diet with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. Drink lots of water
Exercise (as much as you can…you can’t do too much). MINDset gym and Active4life websites can help with this.
Rest up as well as you can
Keep a recovery diary and chart the progress you make
Ask for help and support from friends or family for things like household chores and general responsibilities
If interested, explore alternative healing, such as acupuncture or Chinese medicine
Avoid using alcohol or drugs. They may help in the short term but will exacerbate symptoms over the long run
Avoid making major decisions or adding unnecessary stress to your life while going through withdrawals
Relax in a hot bath
Practice relaxation techniques, like deep breathing exercises
Meditate and practice mindfulness
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