What to Expect With ROZEREM
ROZEREM is a prescription melatonin receptor agonist medication. ROZEREM is thought to promote sleep by working with your normal sleep-wake cycle, which is regulated by the body's internal clock.
ROZEREM may have side effects. The most common ones are somnolence, dizziness, fatigue, nausea, and exacerbated insomnia. ROZEREM may also affect testosterone and prolactin. Talk to your doctor about how this may affect you. Please see additional Important Safety Information below.
- Studies show that ROZEREM is non–habit-forming.
- ROZEREM can help you fall asleep fast, and wake up without feeling groggy. Until you know how you react to ROZEREM, avoid hazardous activities like driving and operating machinery.
- ROZEREM will likely make you feel like you're gently drifting off to sleep.
- ROZEREM can be used as long as your healthcare professional recommends it.
Knowing what to expect with your sleep medication can make all the difference. If you still have more questions about ROZEREM, read our FAQs and ask your doctor if ROZEREM is right for you.
If you are taking ROZEREM and your insomnia worsens or is not better within 7-10 days, call your healthcare provider.