Having a conversation and not remembering is one thing, but what comes out during that conversationcould it be the deep down truth? Thoughts I thought I was keeping under wraps?
While taking lunesta, am I telling the truth when I talk under the influnece of the drug?
Added 22 Jul 2010:
I am fully under the influence of LUNESTA and asleep, but having a full conversation with someone. Of course I have no recall of the conversation and what was repeated to me I want to know if my subconcience is telling them the truth which I have never shared.
This is definantly not good you should see your doctor immediatly and see if maybe you can switch to ambien or just a sleep pill. God only knows what else can happen and what else you would say "under the influence". Yeah not good at all! if i were you i would DC now and see your doctor tommorow if you can.
Lunesta isn't usually prone to making someone exhibit somniloquincy (sleep talking) but it can cause you to hallucinate and have weird, vivid dreams. If you think it's causing you to say things, then I would take MrsPage's advice and ask the doctor if he/she could recommend something else for sleep. There are several to chose from and it's just a matter of finding the one that works best for you: rozerem, restoril, ambien, etc. Hope this helps and good luck with getting some sleep!
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