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Edluar is a prescription sleep aid used for the short-term treatment of insomnia. Specifically, it is approved for people who are having difficulty falling asleep, not people who have trouble staying asleep. The drug comes in the form of a sublingual tablet that is placed under the tongue immediately before bedtime. Potential side effects include headaches, dizziness, and drowsiness.
What Is Edluar?
Who Makes This Medication?
How Does Edluar Work?
When and How to Take It
- This medicine comes in the form of a sublingual tablet. It is placed under the tongue, where it will quickly dissolve, immediately before bedtime.
- Do not chew the Edluar tablet or take it with water. Simply place it under the tongue.
- Taking a dose with food or immediately after eating will make the medication work more slowly. Therefore, it is better to take Edluar on an empty stomach rather than with food.
- Do not take this drug unless you can get a full night of sleep (seven or eight hours).
- For Edluar to work properly, it must be taken as prescribed. Do not increase your dose without your healthcare provider's approval.