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What is Ramitax (Ramelteon) used for?
Ramitax (Ramelteon) is a non habit-forming sleep aid of the hypnotic sedative. Ramitax is indicated in cases of insomnia characterised by difficulty with sleep onset. Ramitax is a sedative (hypnotic) that affects melatonin in the brain, helping you to fall asleep.
How should I use Ramitax (Ramelteon)?
One 8mg tablet of Ramitax shoule be swallowed whole with a glass of water 30 minutes prior to bedtime.
Do not take Ramitax with or just after eating high-fat foods. This can reduce its effectiveness.
What are the side effects of Ramitax (Ramelteon)?
Some mild and temporary side effects may occur when taking Ramitax. These may include diarrhea, dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue and tiredness.
The following are much more serious side effects. If you notice any of the following, stop taking Ramitax and contact your doctor.
Tell you doctor if you begin to feel unwell or notice any side effects not listed above when taking Ramitax (Ramelteon).
Ramelteon is a sedative. It will result in feelings of tiredness and lethargy and can cause dizziness in some people. You should not drive a car or operate machinery until you have been taking Ramitax long enough that you know you can do so safely.
Ramitax may not be safe to use during pregnancy. Tell your doctor is you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or breast-feeding. Your doctor may prescribe you another medication to help with your insomnia.
Advise your doctor if you are taking any other prescription medicines or over-the-counter medicines as these can interact with Ramelteon.