Containing Zolpidem as an active component, Ambien belongs to a group of hypnotic treatments. It interferes with the brain chemicals and improves their functioning in patients who are diagnosed with insomnia. Depending on the form, the remedy may help to fall asleep or stay so the whole night. Additionally, Ambien may be administered for the improvement of other conditions, which are not specified in the safety guide. Talk to your doctor beforehand to make sure the treatment course will be safe and 100% flawless.
Start the therapy with the consultation of a professional doctor. Make sure he/she is aware of all the accompanying and underlying health problems you have and the remedies you take to fix them. Follow the prescription to eliminate Ambien misuse and related abnormalities. The treatment is habit-forming. Never pass it to other patients unless your doctor approves it. The misuse of insomnia treatment may lead to overdose, addiction or life-threatening symptoms. Ambien doses may be different for women and men, so the drug should be used strictly following an individual prescription.
Ambien should not be taken for more than 4-5 weeks. The tablet is recommended for short-term use only. However, do not stop the treatment course suddenly after prolonged use. Unpleasant and bothersome withdrawal reactions may occur. Insomnia symptoms may appear again and become even worse after you stop the therapy with Ambien. Talk to your doctor if your condition aggravates. Take a single Ambien tablet before you go to bed. Do not administer the remedy if you do not have 7-8 hours to sleep. Never break, crush or chew the tablet but swallow it whole, instead. Contact your doctor immediately if you have noticed other abnormalities.
Do not take Ambien if you are allergic to Zolpidem or other ingredients of insomnia treatment. Patients who are sensitive to lactose should also avoid drug usage. Ambien is not approved for children under 18 years old. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should eliminate the use of insomnia aid during pregnancy and lactation. Some patients have engaged in various activities without further memory of it. Stop using the drug and contact your medical specialist if you have been eating, driving, walking, talking, having sex, or talking on the phone with no memory of it. Provide your medical specialist with detailed information about other ailments and health complications you have, especially:
Overdose or misuse of the remedy may result in severe allergic reactions and aggravated insomnia symptoms. Stop the use of Ambien if you have got life-threatening side effects, such as: Breathing problems Abnormal heartbeat Chest pain Swallowing issues Dizziness Nausea, vomiting, or other stomach problems, etc.
Overdose or misuse of the remedy may result in severe allergic reactions and aggravated insomnia symptoms.
Stop the use of Ambien if you have got life-threatening side effects, such as:
Breathing problems Abnormal heartbeat Chest pain Swallowing issues Dizziness Nausea, vomiting, or other stomach problems, etc.