Restoril is a benzodiazepine that is indicated in the treatment of insomnia and is only available by prescription. Restoril was approved by the United States Food and Drug Association in 1964. It began being used to treat insomnia in 1969. Today it is one of the most commonly prescribed medications for insomnia. Restoril without prescription
This medication has proved to be effective in treating insomnia in the vast majority of people who have tried it. In clinical trials it was found that the medication would actually decrease greatly the number of night time awakenings experienced by those taking it as prescribed. Restoril is a medication that is often prescribed to United States Air Force officers who need to rest in preparation for their missions when sleep would otherwise be difficult or for shift workers who have a hard time sleeping due to changing schedules.
Restoril may cause of muscle coordination, hypoventilation, narrow angle glaucoma, hepatitis, depression, and sleep apnea. Restoril should never be used in pregnancy as it is believed to cause harm to the growing fetus. Additionally, Restoril should not be used by those who have comorbid psychiatric disorders or those who have a past that includes addiction. Other side effects associated with Restoril may include blurred vision, diarrhea, headaches, depression, dizziness, fatigue, lethargy, impairment of memory, and longer reaction times. These side effects will often dissipate over time, but patients should contact their doctor if they are concerned about whether or not Restoril is viable choice for the treatment of their insomnia. Restoril