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Also, be aware that you may have some short-term rebound insomnia for a few days after you stop taking sleeping pills.
Drug dependency may be a risk factor for drugs that result in medication overuse headaches, and you may have withdrawal symptoms such as: Nervousness Restlessness Nausea Vomiting Insomnia Constipation These symptoms generally last fr...
After taking eszopiclone for insomnia, you may have difficulty sleeping (rebound insomnia) for the first few nights after you stop taking it.
After taking zaleplon for insomnia, you may have difficulty sleeping (rebound insomnia) for the first few nights after you stop taking it.
After using zolpidem for insomnia, you may have difficulty sleeping (rebound insomnia) for the first few nights after you stop treatment.
Corticosteroid nasal spray helps reduce inflammation without causing the rebound effect sometimes caused by nonprescription sprays.
Don't use a decongestant nasal spray for more than two or three days at a time because it can actually worsen symptoms when used continuously (rebound congestion).
In addition, using nonprescription decongestant nasal sprays (Afrin, Dristan, others) for more than three or four days can cause even worse nasal congestion once the decongestant wears off (rebound rhinitis).
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