ROZEREM works with the body's sleep-wake cycle
The body has a 24-hour cycle called the sleep-wake cycle. The SCN, the body's master clock located in the brain, regulates this cycle.
Before the day begins, the internal clock signals that it's time to wake up. During the day the internal clock helps the body fight the urge to fall asleep. When night falls, the internal clock signals that it's time to sleep.
A disruption of this natural process may make it difficult to fall asleep.
ROZEREM works with the body's internal clock to help the body fall asleep. This allows the sleepiness built up during the day to take over when you're ready for bed, helping you to drift off to sleep without feeling sedated.
Until you know how you'll react to ROZEREM, you should avoid engaging in hazardous activities, such as driving or operating heavy machinery.