How long do Zimovane (zopiclone) stay in your system for. I'm starting a rehab facility soon & need.

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How long do Zopiclone stay in your system for. I'm due to start a rehab facility soon, and I have to be Zopiclone free. I stopped taking than last Friday and I need to know how long they stay in my urine. Thanks

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    IT has a half life of 7-9 hrs so 18 hrs and it’ll b clear dangerous to just stop tho can cause seizures ect depending on dose and duration 
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      Hi everyone, 

      I took only one tablet last night(Sunday) around 3am as i’m Really struggled to fall asleep. 

      Monday morning I have a drug around 10am. You said it stay in the system for 18 hours. So I should be fine? 

      Thanks 

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    I've bee taking zopiclone this week, I've been  looking up mixing zopiclone and alcohol and the effects aren't good. 

    I have taken one tonight (Wednesday night) and I have a festival on Saturday where I want to drink

    Will I be okay to drink on Friday if I don't take anymore zopiclone anymore? 

    Thanks 

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      Yes , you will definitely have them completely out of your system by then. They have a very short "half -life". To be safe I would recommend that you never take any tablets at least 24hrs if you are going to drink alcohol 🍸...

      Enjoy the Festival.......

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