Lunesta At Night Then Again In The Morn

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scott Says:
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I took lunesta 9 mil at night. will I be feeling high the next morning?



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yuntt Says:

there is no such thing as 9 mi. lunesta!

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David Says:

From what I've read, Lunesta is only available in 1, 2, and 3mg dosages... So he may have ended up taking three 3mg doses.

@Scott - If you're really concerned about waking up high the following morning, you should probably lower your dose to what is considered a normal amount to be taking (i.e. some drug articles state that 3mg is recommended for more effective sleep maintenance).

Did your doctor recommend the 9mgs before bedtime or are you kinda doing a trial & error sort of thing with your dosing regimen to find out what amount works best?

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