Doxepin is a non-addictive way to help people stay asleep, but it comes with a list of side effects.
Prosom (estazolam) can help you sleep, but you might feel hungover the next day.
- In a clinical trial Doxepin was able to significantly improve sleep quality.
- Doxepin helps improve your appetite, energy level, and sense of well-being, which increases your interests.
- Once your body gets used to Doxepin, most of the side effects go away.
- Doxepin comes in a generic form, so it is pretty cheap.
- Doxepin is not addictive.
- Prosom (estazolam) is available in generic.
- Some people taking Doxepin walk, drive, eat, and have sex while sleeping. Be sure to tell your doctor if this happens to you.
- Doxepin can increase your appetite, leading to weight gain.
- Taking Doxepin can make emptying your bladder difficult.
- Some people have suicidal thoughts when taking Doxepin.
- Doxepin can interact with many different medications, vitamins, and alternative treatments.
- 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.
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- Difficulty controlling muscles8%
- Abnormal coordination4%
- Leg and foot pain3%
- Tolerance and addiction
Using Prosom (estazolam) for more than 10 days
- Behavior changes
...and 1 more risk factors
- Hangover effect
People age 65 or older