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Zolpidem-induced suicide attempt a case report - DARU Journal of

10/11/2014
01:09 | Author: Cole Thomas

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Zolpidem-induced suicide attempt a case report - DARU Journal of

Zolpidem is a popular drug indicated for the short-term treatment of insomnia. disease who attempted suicide upon taking zolpidem.

* Corresponding author: Mohammad Babaeian Author Affiliations.

Sanger DJ: The pharmacology and mechanisms of action of new generation, non-benzodiazepine hypnotic agents. CNS Drugs 2004, 1 : 9-15.

reported the cases of 2 patients who developed visual hallucinations and amnesia shortly after the intake of zolpidem. therefore, the number of reports of neuropsychiatric reactions associated with zolpidem use has increased, indicating that zolpidem should not be considered risk free, even at therapeutic doses, and might produce transient cognitive and behavioral impairments similar to those caused by benzodiazepines.

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Zolpidem-induced suicide attempt a case report

8/10/2014
03:22 | Author: Caitlin White

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Zolpidem-induced suicide attempt a case report

Zolpidem-induced suicide attempt: a case report. Mortaz Hejri S, Faizi M, Babaeian M. Zolpidem is a popular drug indicated for the short-term.

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Herein we describe an Iranian 27-year-old man with no known mood disorder or neuropsychological disease who attempted suicide upon taking zolpidem. There are two interesting facts about this case: Firstly, the patient had not history of suicide attempt or thinking. Secondly, this case had experienced suicide ideation after taking 20 mg of zolpidem, suggesting a possible correlation between zolpidem psychological effects and dangerous psychological behaviors. Zolpidem is a popular drug indicated for the short-term treatment of insomnia. Side effects are not uncommon with zolpidem.

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Could Zolpidem cause Completed suicide

6/9/2014
05:33 | Author: Christina Harris

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Could Zolpidem cause Completed suicide

Could Zolpidem cause Completed suicide? We studied 24400 Zolpidem users who have side effects from FDA and social media. Among them, 1282 have.

Reply. My 69-year-old father completed suicide shortly after beginning treatment with Ambien. He complained of feeling drugged up and having racing thoughts. I am looking for any connection between this drug and suicidal thoughts or action.

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Zolpidem alternatives : Insomnia (100 drugs) Sleep disorder (77 drugs) Primary insomnia (27 drugs) Drowsiness (41 drugs) Natural short sleeper (36 drugs).

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Other drugs that are used to treat the same conditions:

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From this study (12 months ago) :

FDA and Social Media, Personalized.

From this study (3 years ago) :

Among them, 1,282 people (5.26%) have Completed Suicide.

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John Steele suicide Autopsy report reveals businessman had

4/8/2014
07:24 | Author: Evan Martin

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John Steele suicide Autopsy report reveals businessman had

Questions arise over suicide of successful businessman and Sunday Zolpidem, a prescription sleep aid, is used to treat insomnia and works.

Happier times: The Sunday school teacher, left, was married to Dina Steele, right; the couple had two children, a boy and a girl.

Insomniac: An autopsy report found that he had Zolpiderm in his system, a generic sleep aid that slows brain function to allow for sleep.

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Tragic scene: Steele attacked his wife in their Highland Park, Texas home, and later turned the kitchen knife on himself.

They write: ‘It is hard to l if these changes are caused by zolpidem or if they are caused by physical or mental illnesses that you may already have or suddenly develop.’

Violent end: Businessman John Steele took his own life on July 11 after battling with depression.

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Brand-name forms of zolpidem include Ambien, Edluar, Internezzo, and Zolpmist.

According to the report, Steele attacked his wife with the knife, injuring her.

In an unusual move, the Medical Examiner’s office also released detailed summary of the investigation, including interviews with his wife Dina, and his psychiatrist.

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Man of God: Steele taught Sunday school at the Highland Park United Methodist Church, where he also led Bible studies.

The report revealed that Steele had a long history of prescription painkiller abuse, which he hid from his wife and children.

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Zolpidem-induced suicide attempt a case report - Springer

2/7/2014
09:05 | Author: Kate Thompson

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Zolpidem-induced suicide attempt a case report - Springer

Secondly, this case had experienced suicide ideation after taking 20 mg of zolpidem, suggesting a possible correlation between zolpidem.

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There are two interesting facts about this case: Firstly, the patient had not history of suicide attempt or thinking. Secondly, this case had experienced suicide ideation after taking 20 mg of zolpidem, suggesting a possible correlation between zolpidem psychological effects and dangerous psychological behaviors. Side effects are not uncommon with zolpidem. Zolpidem is a popular drug indicated for the short-term treatment of insomnia. Herein we describe an Iranian 27-year-old man with no known mood disorder or neuropsychological disease who attempted suicide upon taking zolpidem.

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