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Ambien Advanced Patient Information

01/31/2015
03:29 | Author: Cole Thomas

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Ambien Advanced Patient Information

Uses For Ambien. Zolpidem is used to treat insomnia (sleeping problems). It belongs to the group of medicines called central nervous system (CNS) depressants.

After taking zolpidem for insomnia, you may have difficulty sleeping (rebound insomnia) for the first few nights after you stop taking it.

This includes prescription or nonprescription (over-the-counter ) medicines and herbal or vitamin supplements. Do not take other medicines unless they have been discussed with your doctor.

You could drive a car, sleepwalk, have sex, make phone calls, or prepare and eat food while you are asleep or not fully awake. This medicine may cause you to do things while you are still asleep that you may not remember the next morning.

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DrugsFact and FictionDepressantsZolpidem (Ambien) - Wikibooks

01/31/2015
05:18 | Author: Caitlin White

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DrugsFact and FictionDepressantsZolpidem (Ambien) - Wikibooks

One of the most popular prescription sedative-hypnotics, zolpidem, commonly known as Ambien is used as a sleep aid. At prescribed doses, the patient will.

Ambien CR (Time-Release version) How Zolpidem Works.

One of the most popular prescription sedative-hypnotics, zolpidem, commonly known as Ambien is used as a sleep aid. At prescribed doses, the patient will notice drowsiness within 20-60 minutes within consumption of dose. When intended for recreational use, one person may take even a prescribed dose and simply stay awake. It's not hard to keep yourself awake while under the influence of zolpidem, but one may notice a loss of motor skills if it's their first time. Once the drug begins to have full effect (around an hour after dose) the user most commonly experiences anterograde amnesia, which in the most simplest words means that you will forget what happens while you are under the influence of that drug.

This subtype is thought to be the one most closely associated with sleep. Zolpidem works by binding preferentially to the omega-1 (BZ-1) receptor subtype of the GABAA receptor complex.

As Described on Ambien.com.

Other omega (BZ) receptor subtypes are associated with anxiolytic, myorelaxant, and anticonvulsant activity. In contrast, benzodiazepines do not have a receptor preference, so they bind to—and activate—all omega (BZ) receptor subtypes.

Prescription doses of zolpidem include: Ambien.

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Is Ambien a sedative or tranquilizer or depressant? - Yahoo Answers

01/31/2015
07:27 | Author: Christina Harris

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Is Ambien a sedative or tranquilizer or depressant? - Yahoo Answers

Ambien (or Zolpidem) belongs to a class of drugs called sedatives or hypnotics. Ambien is closely related to a family of sedatives called.

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Ambien addiction symptoms Sedative (Depressant) and

01/31/2015
09:56 | Author: Evan Martin

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Ambien addiction symptoms Sedative (Depressant) and

I am sure my wife has symptoms of ambien addiction. I'd like to help her somehow but it's obvious my approach is so wrong. She started taking.

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Central Nervous System Depressants - definition of Central Nervous

01/31/2015
01:05 | Author: Kate Thompson

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Central Nervous System Depressants - definition of Central Nervous

Information about Central Nervous System Depressants in Free online English and Zolpidem (Ambien), which are thought to have the fewest side effects.

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