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Re: Zyprexa vs. Zopiclone for Insomnia Sigismund

Posted by Quintal on March 1, 2008, at 19:24:09

In reply to Re: Zyprexa vs. Zopiclone for Insomnia Quintal, posted by Sigismund on February 29, 2008, at 20:52:29

I don't find zopiclone particularly attractive in the abuse sense, although I have found myself looking at the packet in the morning and considering spending the whole day in a haze. Just for something to do I suppose. There's not much buzz to it, but I can see why it might be popular as a downer among meth addicts and the like. The problem is that it really does just make you sleepy so it isn't very nice to take it during the day, unlike temazepam and the like. I liked the hypnogogic hallucinations I got on Stilnoct.

Zyprexa feels like a muggy summer's day. Listless amd no energy to think or move, but sometimes quite pleasent in its own way. It has a note of that artificial sweetness I've come to associate with SSRIs. I don't like feeling that way.





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