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What is Lunesta?

Sleep AidOct 06, 05

Lunesta ™ (eszopiclone) is a new prescription sleep aid that can give you and your restless mind the sleep you need. So you can finally enjoy a restful night and a fresh start.

You can feel good about taking Lunesta.
Lunesta is designed to give you a restful night’s sleep. It not only helps most people fall asleep quickly, it helps you stay asleep all night long with fewer interruptions and wake up refreshed.

So from the time your head hits the pillow until the second your alarm clock sounds, you’re getting the peaceful sleep you need.

Lunesta is unique.
Lunesta is one of the most extensively studied prescription sleep aids. And while there are many sleep aids available, Lunesta is unique because it has all three of the following benefits:

  • Unlike some other sleep aids, Lunesta helps you sleep all through the night with fewer interruptions.
  • Lunesta does not lose its effectiveness over time as shown in a 6-month study.
  • Additionally, Lunesta is approved for long-term use.

Do not use sleep medicines for extended periods without first talking to your doctor.

Read on and get more facts!
Don’t let your restless mind keep chasing sleep away. Learn more about how to get a restful night’s sleep, and remember to talk to your doctor about new Lunesta.


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