Helps you stay asleep longer.
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Prosom (estazolam) can help you sleep, but you might feel hungover the next day.
- Prosom (estazolam) is available in generic.
- Prosom (estazolam) isn't recommended if you're age 65 or older because the side effects can be more intense.
- You can become dependent on Prosom (estazolam) if you take it for more than a few weeks.
- If you stop Prosom (estazolam) suddenly after taking it for a while, your insomnia might come back even worse than when you started.
Prosom (estazolam) is a benzodiazepine. It helps you stay asleep by improving the quality of your sleep so you don't wake up as much at night.
What to expect when you take Prosom (estazolam) for InsomniaSkip what to expect section. Skip to Risks & Warnings section.
Side effect rates for Prosom (estazolam)
- Difficulty controlling muscles
- Abnormal coordination
- Leg and foot pain
Risks and Warnings for Prosom (estazolam)Skip risks section. Skip to common concerns section.
- Higher risk if:
- › Using Prosom (estazolam) for more than 10 days
Prosom (estazolam) becomes less effective after using it for more than 10 days. Your body can also start depending on it, and it can be dangerous if you were to stop it suddenly. Talk to your doctor if your sleep hasn't gotten better after using it for 7 to 10 days.
Common concerns from people taking Prosom (estazolam)Final section. Do you want to return to drug navigation?
- Don't drink alcohol or take other narcotics with Prosom (estazolam) because it can slow your breathing.