Citalopram is not a sleeping tablet. It is actually an antidepressant medication that belongs to a class of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Citalopram is commonly prescribed to treat conditions such as depression and anxiety disorders, not to help with sleep.
While some people may experience changes in their sleep patterns when taking citalopram, it is not primarily used as a sleep aid. In fact, it can have different effects on sleep, and some individuals may find that it improves their sleep, while others may experience disruptions in their sleep patterns as a side effect.
If you are having difficulty sleeping and are looking for a medication or treatment specifically for insomnia or sleep disturbances, you should speak with a healthcare provider who can recommend appropriate options tailored to your specific needs and circumstances. It’s important not to use medications for purposes other than what they are prescribed for without the guidance of a healthcare professional.