Sleeping Pills
Sleeping Pills
Sleeping Pills

Welcome to the Online Pharmacy – Sleeping Pills UK

On our website, clients can find a variety of products that will significantly improve their health, love life, and tanning problems. All of our products are shipped directly from the manufacturer. In addition, our valued clients can receive the medication they need the very next day, as such services are offered. Shipments are confidential, and the payment methods are secured!

In order to place an order, existing and potential clients must be at least 18 years old or more. Furthermore, customers must consult with their doctors first before making any purchases. The tablets and the variety of forms they come in are offered at affordable and fair prices.

Even though medications are offered online, rest assured that we offer quality products, which have been proven more effective compared to other drugs! They are some of the most popular medicines that doctors prescribe.

Moreover, for the ultimate satisfaction of our clients, we offer refunds! If a client has received one of our products and is not satisfied with the results or the medication was received damaged while being shipped, a refund is offered. 

What we offer – Sleeping pills and Painkillers


Clients can buy Diazepam at affordable rates. This medication is a well-known drug that doctors prescribe to their patients because it treats more than 15 symptoms and illness. Diazepam is also known and sold as Valium, so either product will provide you with the desired and effective results.

Diazepam is offered in 10 mg in the following quantities:

  • 10 tablets
  • 50 tablets
  • 100 tablets
  • 150 tablets
  • And 200 tablets

This product is FDA approved!


Zopiclone is another very well-known medication that doctors prescribe to patients who suffer from insomnia and other related health problems. The drug is strong and very effective.

Zopiclone 7.5 mg is offered in the following quantities:

  • 10 tablets
  • 50 tablets
  • 100 tablets
  • 150 tablets
  • And 200 tablets

When ordered online, prices are more affordable.


When clients order Tramadol online, quality and effectiveness are guaranteed. This is a strong painkiller, which is well-known among doctors and dentists alike. Pain is one of the things that people do not tolerate well as the human body is not built for it. Thus, we offer next day delivery services so that patients can ease whatever pain they are experiencing.

Quantities that can be ordered:

  • 10 tablets
  • 50 tablets
  • 100 tablets
  • 150 tablets
  • And 200 tablets


Xanax in the UK is in high demand because 18% of the population suffers from a variety of anxiety disorders. This medication is proven effective and is highly demanded on the market. This drug is also sold under the brand name of Xanax. Either product will provide patients with quick and impressive results.

Xanax (Alprazolam) is sold in 0.25 mg in the following quantities:

  • 10 tablets
  • 50 tablets
  • 100 tablets
  • 150 tablets
  • And 200 tablets

Disclaimer. The information on this home page and the product information is provided to the best of our knowledge. Existing and potential clients must be at least 18 + years old to place an order for any of the medications offered on our website. Customers are responsible for their own purchases. However, before placing any orders, clients must talk to their doctors first as all products have side effects, which can increase or reduce the effectiveness of the medication when other drugs are taken, and when patients have other health issues.

Product information – sleeping pills and painkillers

What is Zopiclone?

This is a medication that helps treat Insomnia and related problems to sleep. The drug works quickly and allows patients to sleep longer and reduces the number of times a person wakes up during the night. Because the medication is strong, a prescription is required. Also, Zopiclone comes in the form of pills and liquid; however, the liquid form has to be ordered by a doctor. The fluid form is usually prescribed to people who have trouble swallowing pills.

What is treated with this medicine?

  • Sleeping problems, such as staying asleep, waking up in the middle of the night or early in the morning (more than once)
  • Insomnia
  • People who suffer from severe distress due to the lack of sleep including psychiatric disorders that also prevent a proper night of sleep
  • Biofeedback
  • Stimulus-control therapy

Is it safe to take Zopiclone?

The sleeping pills are safe to take. However, precautions must be taken as every human’s body is different and reacts variously to the medication. Thus, the expertise of a medical professional is required. In addition, no matter what the case is, it is of vital importance to speak to a doctor in regards to all medications that a patient is taking. Even herbs and over the counter medicine may increase the risk of side effects or decrease the effectiveness of Zopiclone.

Who should avoid this product?

Although all medications are prescribed to make a person healthier, some illnesses and situations could potentially complicate a patient’s health. Therefore, before ordering Zopiclone online, clients have to talk to their doctors and tell them if they have had or currently have any of the health conditions listed below. However, before reading the list, clients must be also aware that the medical conditions listed below are incomplete. There might be other illnesses that could create problems, which is why self-medicating is inadvisable.  

Patients must tell their doctors if they:

  • Have or have had in the past any allergic reactions to Zopiclone or its ingredients, other sleeping pills, or any other medications
  • Have had or currently have mental problems
  • Have experienced alcohol or drug abuse or if either one is still present
  • Have sleep apnea or any other problems related to breathing
  • Have or have had liver and or kidney problems
  • Have children and are breastfeeding, planning to become pregnant or are pregnant
  • Have myasthenia gravis. This is considered a rare, long-term illness that causes weakness to the muscles (it comes and goes). It is commonly affecting the muscles of the eyelids and eyes, facial expressions, speaking, chewing, and swallowing. However, other muscles in the human body are not excluded from this illness.

Alcohol interaction with Zopiclone

It is imperative for patients to understand that alcohol should never be mixed with any type of medications, not just Zopiclone. However, the risk of drinking while taking this medication is highly dangerous because there have been reports from patients who have been doing things while asleep. They have also reported that they did not remember doing any of the activities.

Alcohol mixed with Zopiclone – reports:

  • Sleepwalking
  • Sleep driving
  • Eating
  • Other activities

This is highly dangerous because you will not only put yourself at risk but others as well, including the people around you. Therefore, avoid alcohol while taking any types of medications.

Which drugs interact with Zopiclone?

Having in mind that all medications have side effects when they are mixed with other medicines, the chances of unpleasant reactions is highly possible if combined with Zopiclone. However, clients must be aware that the list below does not include all medications. Thus, a consultation with a professional is required.

Patients must tell their doctors if they are taking any of the following:

  1. Pills that are used for the treatment of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia
  2. Medications for epilepsy
  • Medicines for depression
  1. Other sleeping pills
  2. Medications for anxiety
  3. Pills prescribed for rashes, allergies, or hay fever
  • Any antibiotics – used for the treatment of infections
  • Fungal infections – in particular, Ketoconazole and Itraconazole
  1. HIV infections – medications such as Ritonavir
  2. Anesthetics – used during surgery, painkillers, and sedatives. The reason why this these pills should not be combined with Zopiclone is that all of them cause sleepiness, which doubles or triples when they are combined with Zopiclone as this product also has the same effect.

How and when to take Zopiclone?

NOTE: To all patients – do not follow the instructions below if your doctor or pharmacist has given you different instructions on how to take this medication and the number of times you can take it. Consult with your doctor before ordering Zopiclone or any other medications.

The sleeping pills come in the form of tablets – 7.5 mg. The dose should be taken an hour before going to bed because this is usually how long it takes for the medicine to start working. 

Never chew or crush the pill. Always swallow the whole tablet. If you have problems swallowing tablets, Zopiclone can be taken in the form of a liquid, which can be ordered only by your doctor.

These sleeping pills can be taken with or without food. If you start feeling nauseous, then start taking it with food to reduce this possible side effect.

What happens if you miss a dose?

It is very normal to forget a dose, but when or if that happens, resume taking the sleeping pill the next night.


  • take two or more doses
  • make up for the forgotten dose

If you take more than the dose prescribed to you (by your doctor) or as explained here, the risk of an overdose and complications is knocking down on your door. However, if that does happen, make sure that you call an ambulance or have someone take you to the nearest Emergency Room.

Signs and Symptoms of an Overdose include but are not limited to:

  • reduction of the central nervous system
    • fatigue
    • anterograde amnesia
    • impairment in concentration
    • depressed mood
    • change in teste
    • abnormal vision
  • gastrointestinal symptoms:
    • hepatitis
    • vomiting
    • nausea
    • abdominal pain
    • dyspepsia
    • risk of viral infections
    • rashes
    • become very sensitive

Toxic Dose. The toxic dose is equivalent to taking 20 tablets. Furthermore, when an overdose of Zopiclone is combined with alcohol, other opiates, Central Nervous System (CNS) depressants or Piperazine, such combinations can lead to fatal consequences.

What are the possible side effects?

Zopiclone is no exception when it comes down to side effects because all medications have them. Even though not every person is experiencing the side effects listed below, it is important to be aware of them. In addition, customers must be aware that the list below does not include all side effects.

Common side effects – happen in more than 1 in 100 users:

  • feeling sleepy during the day
  • having a dry mouth
  • feeling a metallic or possibly bitter taste in your mouth

Rare but serious side effects include:

  • amnesia – memory loss
  • depression – feeling sad or low
  • delusions – thinking of things that are not true
  • hallucinations – hearing or seeing things that are not real
  • falling – commonly occurs in elderly patients

How to cope with some of the side effects?

  • If you are feeling tired and or sleepy – avoid driving and operating with machinery or any types of tools. Do not drink any alcohol because such combination will result in more tiredness and sleepiness
  • If you have a dry mouth or metallic taste in the mouth, one of the ways to reduce it is by chewing a sugar-free gum or possibly sucking a sugar-free candy or other sweets

If you experience any of the serious side effects, the best course of action is to call an ambulance or have someone close to you, whether a family member or a friend, take you to the nearest hospital or Emergency Room (ER).

How to store Zopiclone?

Zopiclone should be stored at 25oC, it should be kept in a dry place, and away from direct sunlight. Above all, the medicine must be kept out of the reach of children including pets as accidents can happen. In addition, if you no longer need to take the tablets, you have other medications that you need to dispose of, or their expiration date has passed, consult with your doctor or pharmacist of how to properly dispose of any medications you may have. However, do not throw drugs in wastewater or any household items you may have.

What is Diazepam?

Diazepam is a medicine that produces a calming effect. It was first marketed under the name of Valium (which some people know it as). The medication belongs to the benzodiazepine family – this is a psychoactive drug.

What is treated with this medicine?

Diazepam is a well-known medication among doctors and dentists. It is used to treat a variety of symptoms and illnesses. So, to help clients better understand what conditions can be treated, below, you will see separate lists, which we have divided into categories.

Health conditions treated in adults:

  • Severe Anxiety. This is an emotional state where people who suffer from this condition experience tremble, sweat, fast heartbeat due to feeling anxious, trouble sleeping (insomnia), or some type of other mental health problems. The treatment is short (from two to four weeks)
  • Alcohol Withdrawal – treating symptoms
  • Epilepsy and Seizures – treating symptoms (or when taken with other medicines)
  • Cerebral Palsy and Muscle Spasm. Cerebral Palsy is a condition that affects the brain, thus resulting in movement problems, loss of coordination, sensational problems such as hearing, vision, swallowing, speaking, etc. Muscle Spasms are involuntary movements of the muscles in the body
  • Diazepam is also very helpful in the dental field to calm down patients and relax their nerves before a procedure.

Health conditions treated in children:

  • Cerebral Spasticity, irritation, and tension. Cerebral Spasticity is a condition, which is associated with trauma or a disease that affects the spinal cord or the brain, thus causing weakness, stiffness, rigidity, and uncoordinated movements
  • Muscle Spasms. Muscle Spasms that are caused by tetanus. Diazepam is useful and has proven effective to treat such symptoms

The medicine can be taken by both children and adults before an operation or a dental procedure. The pill will help relax a patient’s body and will cause sleepiness – further increasing the relaxation mode.

Is it safe to take Diazepam and sleeping pills?

The medication is generally safe to take. However, certain health conditions and combinations of other drugs must be avoided as unpleasant side effects may appear, a patient’s condition may get worse, or Diazepam may not be as effective when certain drugs are used for other treatments by the person in question. So, it is imperative to talk to a doctor before ordering Diazepam online. For more information, read the next two questions which describe some of the health conditions that could worsen a patient’s health and the list of medications that could lead to serious side effects or reduce the effectiveness of Diazepam.

Who should avoid this product?

It is highly advisable to speak to a medical professional who can properly determine if an adult or a child is permitted to take Diazepam after a careful examination and tests. We have listed some of the health problems below that could possibly cause more harm than good. So, take a close look at the list, and if you know that you have any of those conditions or think that you may have them, talk to your doctor first. Furthermore, clients must be aware that the list below is not complete, and a consultation is a must.

Patients must tell their GP if they have any of the following:

  • If you are allergic to the medication itself, any of its ingredients, or any other benzodiazepine medications, avoid taking Diazepam before talking to your doctor first because allergic reactions could become very serious and cause bigger problems for your health
  • Sleep Apnea and other breathing problems. This disorder causes abnormal breathing pauses (while a person is asleep). Other breathing problems include but are not limited to being severe – that includes shallow and/or slow breathing
  • Unlike other conditions, this one is inherited and causes abdominal pain, skin blisters, brain disorders and/or nervous system disorders
  • Feeling low, having anxiety (or not), and hyperactivity (among other symptoms)
  • Myasthenia Gravis. This condition causes the muscles to become easily tired and weaken
  • Severe liver disorders
  • A person suffering from this type of condition experiences fear of particular situations and/or objects
  • Mental illnesses
  • Pregnancy and/or breastfeeding. It is important to speak to a doctor while pregnant or breastfeeding because it is possible that the medication can pass to the unborn or born baby, which can create problems
  • Alcohol and drug abuse. If patients have a history of either or both, it is not recommended to take Diazepam before speaking to a medical professional
  • Severe Kidney Failure and Low Blood Pressure
  • Heart and Lung problems
  • Personality Disorder
  • Suicidal thoughts

Which drugs interact with Diazepam?

The information presented below does not have the full list of medications that interact with Diazepam. Thus, before placing an order, make sure you speak to your doctor first. This is of crucial importance because the combinations of drugs can reduce the effectiveness of Diazepam or the other medicine you are taking and/or increase the risk of side effects.

Medications that interact with the Diazepam tablets include but are not limited to:

  • General anesthetics – used during surgery
  • Hypnotics – used to make a person fall asleep
  • Sedatives – used for their calming effect
  • Antidepressants – to treat depression and similar conditions
  • Muscle relaxants – to treat spasms and other related health issues
  • Antipsychotics – used for the treatment of mental illnesses
  • Strong painkillers – long or short-term
  • Antibiotics – used for the treatment of infections
  • Medications for heart conditions and low blood pressure

These medications, when combined with Diazepam, can affect you in numerous ways. For example, you can become very sleepy, your breathing could be suppressed as well as your blood pressure, and your mental status could change among other effects.

Names of Drugs and their effects when combined with Diazepam:

  • Cimetidine, Esomeprazole, and Omeprazole – used to reduce acid in the stomach. These drugs can cause the removal of Diazepam to be slower from your body than usual
  • Voriconazole and/or Ketoconazole – used for anti-fungal treatment. When combined with Diazepam, they can make you sleepier and cause troubled breathing (as a side effect) among others
  • Disulfiram – used to treat alcohol addiction. When combined with the sedative (Diazepam), you could experience an increase in sleep
  • Moxonidine and Alpha Blockers – used to lower high blood pressure
  • Ketamine – this is an anesthetic. When combined with Diazepam, the effect of Ketamine increases
  • Levodopa – a medicine used to treat Parkinson’s disease. When combined with the sedative, the effectiveness of Levodopa can reduce
  • Rifampicin – used to treat infections. When combined with the sedative, the effectiveness of the Diazepam can be reduced
  • Corticosteroids – treating inflammation in the body. This medicine can also reduce the effectiveness of Diazepam
  • Nabilone – used for the treatment of vomiting and nausea
  • Ritonavir, Nelfinavir, Atazanavir, Indinavir, Isoniazid (among others) – used to treat tuberculosis. The combination with Diazepam can cause a slow removal from the body than usual
  • Theophylline – treating a variety of breathing disorders. When combined, the effect of the sedative can be reduced as well as the removal of the body
  • Oral contraceptives. They can increase the effect of Diazepam and reduce the removal of the sedative from the body. The protection of the contraceptive is intact; however, it is possible for some females to experience breakthrough bleeding when such combinations happen

How and when to take Diazepam?

NOTE TO ALL PATIENTS/CLIENTS: The information presented here is to the best of our knowledge. If your doctor or pharmacist has provided you with different instructions than the ones described below, DO NOT CHANGE the dose or the number of times you take it. Always follow the instructions of your medical professional.

Tablets should be swallowed whole with a glass of water. Do not take the medication with alcohol or any other beverages including juices. Also, do not crush or chew Diazepam!

Doses for Adults – Medical Treatment

  • for sleep, take the 5mg or the 15mg dose at bedtime
  • for mental problems or for anxiety, take either the 5mg-30mg dose every day, but in divided doses
  • for epilepsy, take the 2mg or the 60mg in divided doses every day
  • for the control of muscle spasms, take 5mg or 15mg in divided doses every day
  • for alcohol withdrawal symptoms – take either the 5mg or the 20mg.; they can be repeated after two or four hours when and if needed
  • for cerebral palsy, take the 5mg or 60mg every day in divided doses

Dental Treatment:

  • take 5mg the night before, then take another 5mg on walking, and another 5mg two hours before the actual appointment

Before an Operation:

  • take 5mg or 20 mg to help your body relax

Doses for Children

  • for cerebral spasticity, tension, and irritability, a child should take from 5mg to 40mg in divided doses every day

Before an Operation:

  • Diazepam is safe to be given to children before an operation. If your doctor has prescribed the sedative, the usual dose that is given is between 2mg and 10mg

What happens if you miss a dose?

There are times when people forget to take the medication on time, and that is completely normal. So, if you forget to take the dose on time, then take it as soon as you remember it. Then proceed to the next dose at the right time. However, never take two or more pills to make up for the missed dose.

What happens if you take more than you should?

If you take more than what your doctor has told you because you missed a dose or have forgotten that you have taken the pill earlier, that leads to an overdose. So, if you or someone else has taken more tablets, call an ambulance or have someone else take you to the nearest hospital (or take the person who overdosed to the nearest hospital or emergency room).

Overdose signs and symptoms include but are not limited to:

  • Problems with speech
  • Loss of coordination which leads to clumsiness
  • Muscle weakness
  • Excitement
  • Feeling sleepy or deeply asleep
  • Uncontrolled eye movement
  • Slow or irregular heartbeat

An extreme overdose can lead to:

  • Breathing problems
  • Reflex complications
  • Coma – become unconscious

What are the possible side effects?

Side effects are present in all medications, even the ones that can be bought without a prescription, and Diazepam is no exception in regards to that. Furthermore, the side effects this medication rarely occur among people.

Very common side effects – affect 1 patient out of 10:

  • Drowsiness

Common side effects – affect 1-10 patients out of 100:

  • Loss of coordination, tremor, and other movement problems
  • Fatigue
  • Confusion

Uncommon side effects – affect 1-10 patients out of 1,000:

  • Dizziness
  • A headache
  • Memory loss
  • Respiratory depression. Symptoms include slow or shallow breathing
  • Vomiting, nausea, diarrhea

Rare side effects – affect 1-10 patients out of 10,000:

  • Yellowing of the skin or the white color in the eyes
  • Depression
  • Respiratory arrest
  • Dry mouth
  • Increased appetite
  • Unconsciousness

Very rare side effects – affect less than 1 patient out of 10,000:

  • Severe allergic reaction. Symptoms include rash, wheezing, fainting, swelling of the tongue, lips, throat or the body
  • Leukopenia – the levels of the white blood cells are low
  • Transaminase – this is when a certain enzyme in the blood has a higher level

How to store Diazepam?

Store the medication above 25oC. Keep it out of the reach of children! Do not dispose of the medication via household waste or wastewater. Consult with your doctor of how to properly dispose of medications that have expired or you no longer need them.

What is Xanax?

Xanax is considered to be a tranquilizer and has the active ingredient – Alprazolam, which belongs to a group of medications called benzodiazepines. This group of medications is treating symptoms and disorders that affect the brain. When Xanax is consumed, sleep is increased and anxiety & worries are decreased.

What is treated with this medicine?

The demand for this medication is very high because it is used for a variety of treatments. However, the Xanax tablets should be only used for short-term treatment, which is usually not more than 12 weeks.

Treatment of:

  • Severe Anxiety
  • Severe Anxiety that is associated with Depression
  • Panic attacks
  • Social and simple phobia
  • Acute anxiety
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Post-traumatic disorder
  • Social anxiety disorder
  • Generalized anxiety disorder
  • Muscle spasticity
  • Pre-surgical sedation
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Detoxification from substances, such as alcohol
  • Paraplegia (secondary to the Spinal Trauma)
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Involuntary movement disorders
  • Gastrointestinal condition
  • Convulsive disorders
  • Somatoform disorder
  • Choreiform disorders
  • Akathisia (associated with the Neuroleptic use)
  • Cardiovascular condition
  • Status Epilepticus – this is when people suffering from epilepsy have seizures that last for more than 5 minutes, when there is no recovery between the shaking, and when the jerking movements occur close.

This medication is not recommended to treat depression alone.

Is it safe to take Xanax?

Generally speaking, Xanax is safe to take. However, precautions must be taken as some health conditions and the combination of other medications can lead to potential problems. Thus, it is imperative to speak to a doctor before placing an order for the product.

Who should avoid this product?

The information presented below does not include all disorders or illness that may cause problems when Xanax is present in a patient’s system. Read the facts below, and contact your doctor right away if you know you have any of the conditions listed below or even if you think you have any of them. Once your doctor approves that even with any of the conditions listed below, you can still take Xanax (most likely at a lower dose), then you can order the medication that has been proven effective.

Tell your doctor if you had, still have, or think you have:

  • Allergy to Alprazolam (the active ingredient), allergy to other similar medications of that group, or any other allergic reactions
  • Weak and tired muscles
  • Severe chest pain and/or breathing problems, such as emphysema or chronic bronchitis
  • Severe liver, kidney, and lung problems
  • Sleep Apnea – this condition causes breathing problems such as irregular breathing and even stopping your breath for short periods of time while asleep
  • Depressed – feeling low, for instance, or if you have had suicidal thoughts
  • Mental illness. This condition affects the brain. Tell your doctor if you had to be treated in a hospital or have been to one recently
  • Drug and alcohol abuse

Tell your doctor if you:

  • Have been prescribed other medications in the past to treat anxiety. If you have taken other drugs for this condition, it is possible that your body may have become immune to the medicine and may not help you
  • If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding. When taking Xanax and breastfeeding, it is highly possible that the medication can pass to the baby through the milk

If you think you have or know that you have a condition that is not listed here, you still need to talk to a medical professional who can evaluate your overall health and run some tests before prescribing Xanax to you.

Which drugs interact with Xanax?

All medications have some type of interactions and can possibly cause side effects, reduce the effectiveness of either medicine or make your health worse.

Read the list of medications carefully, and tell your doctor right away because when they are combined, Xanax or the other medicine you are taking may change its effectiveness when taken at the same time.

Tell your doctor if you are taking:

  • Fluoxetine, Nefazodone, or Fluvoxamine – these are other medications that are used for the treatment of depression or anxiety
  • Morphine, Propoxyphene or Codeine – they are prescribed for pain
  • Ketoconazole – used for treating fungal infections
  • Erythromycin – antibiotic
  • Cimetidine – used for treating stomach ulcers
  • Digoxin – treating heart conditions
  • Diltiazem- treating high blood pressure and angina
  • Ritonavir – used to treat HIV. However, if you are treated with other medications for the same reason, you must tell your doctor

Tell your doctor if you are also taking:

  • Medications that treat mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia
  • Drugs that treat epilepsy
  • Remedies for allergies
  • Oral contraceptives
  • If you are going to have a surgery and you are taking Xanax, you must inform your surgeon and anesthetic that you are still taking this medication

Alcohol and Driving while taking Xanax


It is not advised to drink alcohol while taking this medication because such beverages will increase the effects of the medicine, and that could lead to problems.


It is also not advisable to drive any vehicles or operate any heavy machinery because Xanax can make you feel very sleepy, dizzy, and it can also make you lose your concentration/focus or make you woozy, thus reducing your ability to react quickly. Do not do activities that require your mental alertness until you are absolutely sure how the pill affects you.

How and when to take Xanax?

NOTE TO ALL PATIENTS/CUSTOMERS: Take Xanax as directed by your doctor. If the instructions provided here are different from the ones your medical professional has advised, do not follow the recommended doses below.

The recommended dose for adults.

The starting dose is usually one 250 microgram tablet or one 500 microgram tablet taken three times a day. And if you start experiencing side effects, the dose might be reduced.

The recommended dose for elderly.

Patients who are older or even if they are young adults who have liver or kidney problems, doctors usually start with a lower dose of 250 microgram tablets – two or three times a day. If there are no side effects, the dose may be increased but only by a medical professional.

Adolescents and children.

Xanax is not recommended for children and adolescents under 18 years of age.

What happens if you miss a dose?

If you forget to take a dose, do not take two tablets at the same time in order to make up for the one you have already missed. If you forgot, then take it as soon as you remember.

What happens if you take more than you should?

If you have accidentally taken more tablets than what your doctor has told you, then seek immediate medical attention as such accidents lead to an overdose.

Overdose symptoms include but are not limited to:

  • Confusion
  • Feeling cold
  • Drowsiness
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Slurred speech
  • A sudden drop in blood pressure

If you start experiencing any of the symptoms above, call an ambulance or have someone else take you to the nearest hospital.

What are the possible side effects?

Just like any other medication that is prescribed, Xanax has side effects. They don’t occur very often. And in order to avoid them, you need to talk to a medical professional who can examine your overall health and can provide you with the right dose.

Very common side effects – affect more than 1-10 patients

  • Sleepiness
  • Drowsiness
  • Depression
  • A headache
  • Dry mouth
  • Constipation
  • Slurred speech
  • Tiredness
  • Irritability
  • Uncoordinated, jerky movements
  • Inability to remember small bits of information

Common side effects – affect up to 1-10 patients

  • Loss of concentration or alertness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Trembling
  • Blurred or double vision
  • Disorientation and confusion
  • Insomnia – inability to sleep
  • Skin reaction
  • Increased sex drive, which can occur in both men and women who take Xanax
  • Feeling agitated or anxious

Uncommon side effects – affect 1-100 patients

  • Muscle spasms
  • Unusual behavior such as being over-excited
  • Hallucinations – seeing or hearing things that are not true
  • Feeling angry

If you experience any of the side effects listed below, stop the treatment with Xanax immediately and contact your doctor:

  • Agitation
  • Restlessness
  • Aggressiveness
  • Violent anger
  • Irritability
  • Nightmares
  • False beliefs
  • Inappropriate behavior
  • Difficulty swallowing or breathing
  • Sudden wheeziness
  • Swelling of the lips, face, eyelids
  • Rash or itching, especially if your whole body is affected

If you experience any of the following symptoms, you need to see your doctor right away!

  • Amnesia – memory loss
  • Yellowing of the white color in the eyes or yellowing of the skin

How to Store Xanax?

The medication should be kept away – out of the reach of children. Do not store the Xanax tablets above 25°C.

What is Tramadol?

Tramadol is a strong painkiller that belongs to the group of opioids. It acts on the central nervous system and relieves pain by acting on specific nerve cells of the brain and the spinal cord. This medication can be used for both short-term and long-term treatment for pain but under the supervision of a medical professional. Tramadol has an active substance called Tramadol Hydrochloride. It was originally developed in a laboratory in Germany and was first sold under the brand name of “Tramal.”

What is treated with this medicine?

This is a very popular medication that is prescribed for the treatment of mild and severe pain. However, you must speak to your doctor if you are still in pain or if you got worse after taking Tramadol for a few days.

Is it safe to take Tramadol?

In general, this medication is safe to take. However, it is important to know and understand that certain health conditions, as well as combinations of other medications, can result in some unsatisfactory situations. For instance, when it comes to health problems (other than pain), Tramadol may not be the right medication for you due to other illnesses, or if you are taking other drugs that could possibly interact with Tramadol, its effectiveness could be more likely increased and less likely decreased. That is why it is of vital importance to consult with your doctor before any treatment begins.   

Who should avoid this product?

NOTE TO ALL PATIENTS: One of the major things that patients/clients must understand is that Tramadol is not for everyone. There are certain health conditions that could cause additional problems. Therefore, read the list below carefully and talk to your doctor before you place an order.

Tell your doctor if you have had in the past, currently have, or think you may have any of the following:

  • Allergic reaction to the active substance, to any of the other ingredients the medication has, and if you have experienced allergic reactions to other painkillers
  • have epilepsy or seizures. When the medications for those conditions are combined with Tramadol, then the painkiller will increase your seizures or epilepsy
  • have drug withdrawal
  • kidney and liver problems
  • breathing difficulties
  • shock, which is due to very low blood pressure
  • serious head injury
  • any type of brain diseases that may also cause elevated pressure

Which drugs interact with Tramadol?

NOTE TO ALL CLIENTS: The data provided below does not include all medications that interact with Tramadol. Talk to your doctor first because serious side effects may occur, your health condition can become worse, or the effectiveness of the painkiller may be reduced when combined with other drugs.

Tell your doctor if are currently taking or have taken in the past (in the last two weeks) any of the medications listed below:

  • Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs) – used to treat depression. Such combination with Tramadol can lead to a serious and even life-threatening situation

The effectiveness of Tramadol can be reduced/weakened if you are taking any of the following medications:

  • Nalbuphine, Pentazocine, or Buprenorphine – other painkillers
  • Ondansetron – used for the treatment of feeling sick.
  • Carbamazepine – used for the treatment of epilepsy

Tramadol’s side effects increase when the following medications and the painkiller are taken at the same time:

  • Tramadol may interact with antidepressants and cause the following symptoms:
    • Agitation
    • Tremor
    • Increased muscle tension
    • Involuntary or rhythmic contractions of your muscles
    • Excessive sweating
    • Body temperature above 38°C
    • Exaggeration of your reflexes
  • Antipsychotics
  • Sedatives, sleeping pills, tranquilizers, and other pain relievers, such as Morphine and Codeine can make you feel drowsy or can make you weak, which is most likely result to fainting. So, Tramadol should not be mixed with those medications either
  • Medications that stop blood cloths, such as Warfarin. If mixed together and the dose of either (the painkiller or the other drug) is not decreased, then there is an increased risk of serious bleeding

Although this information may sound frightening, everything could be avoided if you talk to your doctor and make him or her aware of any health conditions you may have or think you have and provide a list with all the medications that you are currently taking. Even with certain health problems, Tramadol can still be taken, but that decision has to come from your medical professional after a careful assessment of your overall health condition.

How and when to take Tramadol?

NOTE: All patients/clients must take the medication as prescribed by their doctors. The information provided below is general, and if the recommended doses explained here are different from the ones your medical professional has advised, DO NOT CHANGE your dose as described here.

Always take the capsules whole with water. Do not crush or chew them. Tramadol can be taken with and without food – depending on your preferences.

Doses for adults.

The recommended dose is 50mg or 100 mg, which could be taken every four to six hours, depending on how severe the pain is. However, you should not take more than 400mg a day.

Doses for elderly.

For elderly – above 75 years old, the removal of the painkiller from the body may take longer. If this is the case, your doctor may advise increasing the interval of the time when you need to take the next dose.


Children below 12 years old should not take this medication!

What happens if you miss a dose?

If you have forgotten to take Tramadol, then take it as soon as you remember. But, do not take two or more tablets to make up for the time that you have missed. Otherwise, that would lead to an overdose, which could result in unpleasant side effects or reactions.

What happens if you take more than you should?

If you take more painkillers than you should, the first thing to do is call an ambulance or have someone else take you to the nearest hospital because taking more pills leads to an overdose, and you may experience side effects.

Symptoms of Overdose include but are not limited to:

  • Vomiting
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Drop in blood pressure
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Epilepsy or seizures
  • Fainting
  • Coma

What are the possible side effects?

Side effects are present in every medication, there is nothing new, and Tramadol is no exception in that field. Occasionally, some patients do experience unpleasant reactions, as is the case with all medications.

Common side effects – affect 1-10 patients out of 100:

  • Sleepiness
  • Headaches
  • Constipation
  • Sweating
  • Dry mouth
  • Vomiting

Very common side effects:

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea

Uncommon side effects – affect 1-10 patients out of 1,000:

  • Skin disorders, such as rash, itchiness, redness
  • Rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • Increased heartbeat
  • Low blood pressure
  • Retching
  • Diarrhea
  • Gastrointestinal irritation, such as feeling pressure in the stomach, which is also known as bloating

Rare side effects – affect 1-10 patients out of 10,000:

  • Change in appetite
  • High blood pressure
  • Slow heartbeat
  • Blurred vision
  • Seizures
  • Anxiety
  • Confusion
  • Trembling
  • Muscle weakness and or twitches
  • Fainting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Tingling skin sensation, feeling like the skin is being pinched by needles or pins
  • Hallucinations
  • Nightmares and sleep disturbances
  • Changes in mood – high or low
  • Changes in activity – high or low
  • Uncoordinated movement
  • Difficulty passing urine
  • Poor decision-making due to lack of better awareness as Tramadol makes patients sleepy.

How to Store Tramadol?

The most important storage is to keep the medication out of the reach of children including pets if you have any. Tramadol should be stored below 30oC. Do not throw the painkiller in wastewater or through household disposals of any kind. Also, do not take Tramadol if it has expired. If you no longer need to take the medication or it has expired, ask your doctor or pharmacist about how to properly dispose of the medicine.

Disclaimer: Please consult a medical professional before taking Sleeping Pills and Painkillers.