well, Fudd, it is probably better to stay away from Ambien. It is addictive.
I started using Zopiclone now and then since a couple of years ago, when I was on a project in Europe. I have sleeping problem since college so that I've tried pretty much every pharmacological solution, and zopiclone appears to very effective in both decreasing sleep latency and in increasing sleep duration (and doesn't loose its potency as quickly/noticeably as ambien or halcion).Zopiclone is an effective and short-lasting medicine. So far, it has no noticable side-effects on me except for its bitterness. It does bring me a much better sleep when I need. and most important, I am not addicted to it after two years.
After I was transferred back to the States, I found out that Zopiclone was not available in US market yet. But, I've had some luck buying it from [url]www.zopiclone4sale.com[/url] . They offer free-shipping, which usually reaches my hands within a few days.
Originally Posted by fudd
In my opinion, the best medication for transient insomnia is Ambien (zolpidem). It is a benzodiazepine-like drug that has the benefit of not altering sleep architecture (stages or patterns of sleep). This is a big improvement on benzodiazepines, which, although they may be stronger, suppress REM sleep. Zolpidem is by prescription only.