Ah, Lunesta. Sleep. I was fantasizing about a decent night's sleep. So when my doctor recommended Lunesta, I was all for it. The Requip made my RLS symptoms worse and melatonin works sometimes, sometimes not but the nights I didn't take it were unbearable. I was lulled by the butterfly in the commercial. This butterfly floating around just coaxing you to sleep. I mean, a butterfly is harmless right? So, I take this tiny, innocent looking 2mg pill and imagined butterflies floating around my head. It's a trick. There is no butterfly. When you swallow that little pill no butterflies come out to lull you to sleep. Instead, that pill releases a man carrying 2 things: a hammer and a bag of sand. The hammer is used, of course, to get you to sleep. Effective, right? Very. The sand is to partially bury you so stay there. So even once you come out of the hammer-induced coma like sleep, you can barely move. Ugh. I think I'll stick to melatonin.