Resadoze is safer, more effective, and cheaper than sleeping pills.

Each sleeping pill costs you money every time you take one. So you should know what you are getting for your money.

Over the counter sleep-aids are often not checked for their safety or effectiveness as a sleep-aid. They get away with this because they’re usually just antihistamines or other over the counter drugs sold for their side effects rather than original and tested use. That is why those sleep-aids have to include the warning “may cause drowsiness” as a side effect.

Prescription sedative-hypnotics such as zolpidem tartrate (Ambien®), eszopiclone (Lunesta®), quazepam (Doral®), and many others literally inhibit receptors in your brain. As a result, they prevent you from being able to stay awake rather than helping you sleep. They come with a long list of potential side effects that can occur the first time you take them such as breaking out in hives, facial swelling (which can be severe enough to cause suffocation). On top of that things you may do things after you have gone to sleep such as get in the car and go for a drive, make phone calls, eat excessively, have sex, and all this without being fully awake or remembering having done so. So even if they don’t help you sleep through the night, you might think they did because they keep you from being able to remember waking up. Then there are the side effects that can happen after you’ve woken up the next day such as, hallucinations through all physical senses, delusions, altered thought patterns, poor motor coordination, difficulty maintaining balance, dysphoria, increased appetite, decreased libido, amnesia, impaired judgment, uninhibited extroversion in social settings.

You usually develop a tolerance for sleeping pills plus they are often addictive, so even when they aren’t helping you any more you’re still hooked on them. And you should talk to your doctor before you stop taking them because then you could get withdrawal symptoms as well. Nightly use of sleeping pills has been associated with an increase in mortality rate of 20% (about the same as smoking 20 cigarettes a day). Then there is suicide. Women who use sleeping pills each night are 2 times as likely to commit suicide and men are 7 times as likely.

Bottom line, Resadoze is works with your minds natural ability to sleep without inhibiting it. Resadoze works better each time you use it, and you only have to purchase Resadoze once.


The National Sleep Foundation -
The Dark Side of Sleeping Pills -

Residoze is not for people with epilepsy and should not be used while driving, or operating heavy machinery.