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About the Product:
What you should know about HORIZANT?

HORIZANT is a first-in-class prescription medication for the treatment of moderate-to-severe primary Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) in adults. It is not for people who need to sleep during the daytime and stay awake at night.

Studies of HORIZANT included patients who had moderate-to-severe primary RLS with symptoms occurring at least 15 days a month and 4 nights a week. HORIZANT significantly improved RLS symptoms of these patients. RLS symptoms are commonly described by patients as creepy-crawly, tingling, tightening, burning, pulling, or aching sensations in the legs.

  • HORIZANT was shown to reduce RLS symptoms in adults with moderate-to-severe primary RLS. Your results may vary.
  • HORIZANT is a once-daily tablet taken around 5 PM with food. If you miss your dose, wait and take your usual dose the next day around 5 PM. Do not take 2 doses at one time. Take tablets whole.
  • Do not cut, crush, or chew your tablet.
  • Call your doctor if you take too much HORIZANT.
  • Do not stop taking HORIZANT without talking to your healthcare provider first. If you stop taking HORIZANT suddenly, you may develop side effects.

How was the effectiveness of HORIZANT determined?
In studies, HORIZANT has been shown to reduce the symptoms of RLS in adults with moderate-to-severe primary RLS. Reduction of RLS symptoms was based on two different scales:

  • A doctor-rated scale assessing patient-reported RLS symptoms.
  • A doctor-rated scale assessing overall changes in RLS symptoms, whether or not the change was due to the medicine.

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