Zopiclone is a sleeping pill popularly prescribed to manage insomnia and other sleeping disorders. Categorised as a non-benzodiazepine tranquiliser, zopiclone is a depressant of the central nervous system, typically available as oral tablets and often used in rehabs to manage alcohol withdrawals. Due to its high abuse liability and potential for addiction, zopiclone is considered a class C controlled drug in the UK, which means it is available only through a prescription.
Unfortunately, despite the strict regulatory checks, the prevalence of zopiclone abuse is rising. Thousands of people within the UK continue to suffer in silence despite the negative consequences because they are too afraid to stop due to the much-dreaded zopiclone withdrawal. If you or someone you know is fighting zopiclone addiction and need help to quit without damaging their health, seeking professional help is necessary. A high-quality rehab centre can offer a medically supervised programme to make your zopiclone withdrawal process as smooth and comfortable as possible without any lifelong consequences.
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