Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Call your doctor if you drive while you are asleep.

What!!!! I love the warnings on drugs. This is hijacked from the Lunesta website:

Lunesta helps you fall asleep quickly, so take it right before bed. Be sure you have at least eight hours to devote to sleep before becoming active. Until you know how you'll react to Lunesta, you should not drive or operate machinery. Do not take Lunesta with alcohol. Call your doctor right away if after taking Lunesta you walk, drive, eat or engage in other activities while asleep. In rare cases, severe allergic reactions can occur. Most sleep medicines carry some risk of dependency. Do not use sleep medicines for extended periods without first talking to your doctor. Side effects may include unpleasant taste, headache, drowsiness and dizziness. For more information, please see the Lunesta Medication Guide.

If you are asleep how do you know if you drove or walked or ate? Um, doesn't that make you feel so good that they know this happens and you could be driving behind or coming head on to a Lunesta driver? Hopefully they dream they are a good safe driver not a speed racer running from the cops. How did you get so fat? Well, I drive to the take out and eat while I am asleep. Just wierd! Anyone want to try some Lunesta? Strap me in at night, baby, I took my Lunesta.


Michelle said...

That's too funny..don't think I'll be having any of that.

Dawn said...

That is so funny.

I wonder if you can eat in your sleep without the Lunestra? Hmm... thinking I have a new excuse for these extra pounds. ha ha!


Valarie said...

I know someone whose husband eats while he sleeps, and he is as big as a rail. Makes me sick.