Circadin, helps you sleep the way you’re supposed to
Melatonin is a hormone produced in your body that plays a role in sleep, and as we age we produce less melatonin.
Circadin works with your body’s natural sleep rhythm by releasing melatonin gradually over 8-10 hours from when it is taken – and that’s what makes Circadin different to other products.
Circadin can help you fall asleep easily and sleep soundly, allowing you to wake feeling refreshed and ready to face the day.
Help restore your natural sleep cycle with Circadin
Circadin is for people aged 55 and over with insomnia, and is the only sleep treatment suitable for up to 13 weeks of use.
And Circadin is easy to take too:
2 hours before bed
for up to 3 months
Ask your doctor if Circadin is right for you
Circadin® (melatonin) Prolonged Release Tablets 2mg is used to improve sleep quality and morning alertness in patients over 55 years of age with poor quality of sleep. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if Circadin is right for you. Do not take Circadin if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. Tell your doctor/pharmacist if you are: taking other medicines, pregnant or breastfeeding, have autoimmune disease, liver or kidney problems, galactose intolerance, LAPP lactase deficiency or glucose-galactose malabsorption. Patients should avoid engaging in hazardous activities (such as driving/operating machinery) after taking Circadin. Circadin has risks and benefits. Common side effects include headache, sore throat, back and joint pain. If you have side effects please see your doctor or pharmacist. Use strictly as directed. Circadin is an unfunded medicine. Prescription Medicine except when supplied by a specially trained Registered Pharmacist. Normal Doctors fees and Pharmacy charges apply. Consumer Medicine Information available at www.medsafe.govt.nz. Circadin is a registered trademark of Neurim Pharmaceuticals Limited used under licence by Aspen Pharmacare C/O Pharmacy Retailing (NZ) Ltd, Auckland. aspenpharma.co.nz TAPS PP4455-AUG19 INSIGHT 9513