What is Zopisign 10mg Used for?

Re: What is Zopisign 10mg Used for?

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Zopisign belongs to the class of drugs known as sedative-hypnotics. These medications help induce sleep by slowing down brain activity.
Zopisign works by enhancing the effects of a neurotransmitter called gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. Increased GABA activity leads to sedation and relaxation, promoting sleep.
Zopisign is typically prescribed for short-term use to address acute insomnia. Prolonged use may lead to tolerance and dependence, so it’s essential to follow the prescribed duration.
Take Zopisign exactly as directed by your healthcare provider. The usual starting dose is 10mg before bedtime. Adjustments may be made based on individual response and tolerance.
Avoid alcohol and other sedating substances while taking Zopisign. Combining Zopisign with alcohol can increase sedation and impair coordination. Inform your doctor about any other medications you’re taking to prevent interactions.