If you suffer from insomnia, major sleeping disorders, sleepwalking, delirium, epatic encephalopathy, or intense muscle pain Zolpidem, found in Ambien and Edluar, may be the sleeping aid for you. If you find that Zolpidem may be an option you may want to consider the possible side-effects that come with all strong sleeping aids.
How does Zolpidem work?
Zolpidem helps with short-term treatment of insomnia through hypnotic properties. It helps initiate sleep effectively by slowing activity in the brain. Zolpidem is a very strong substance and is only intended to use over a short period of time. When users take Zolpidem for more than two weeks at a time they may experience dependency or addiction. When this happens users cannot sleep without using the drug. Overdose comes from dependency and can become serious when taking zolpidem.There are many precautions when using zolpidem and users need to make their doctor aware of medicine and illness history. When it comes to precautions, potential users must seriously consider taking this drug.
How can zolpidem effect its users?
Side-effects at any dose include:
- altered thought patterns
- ataxia-poor motor coordination
- increased appetite
- increased or decreased libido
- impaired judglemt or reasoning
- uninhibited extroversion in social or interpersonal settings
- increased impulsivity
- when stopped, rebound insomnia may occur
- short-term memory loss
How do users feel about using zolpidem?
“I think I have the story of all stories about Ambien. I used to take it, and I loved it. I woke up refreshed without any strange things happening. Until one night I had taken a few. I took one and I had built up a tolerance for it so I took another. Next thing I know, I’m naked out in my backyard and I couldn’t remember why. Then I come in the house, and there were cops there. I got upset because A) I was naked and B) I didn’t know why they were there. Apparently I went nuts, and started throwing things at my boyfriend, and he didn’t know what was wrong with me so he called the police. Then they were cuffing me and I was struggling because I could not remember our fight what so ever.” – Anonymous
“I have been taking this drug for a few months now. I had a severe accident at work so I have severe nerve pain and found that taking ambien helps me sleep at night, but it does sometimes like others have said make me forget what I did after I took it but I have lots of energy the next morning.” -Anonymous
“I have trouble staying asleep. I wake every night anywhere from between 12:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. and am up for the rest of the night. This medicine helped me sleep, but also made me very depressed. It made me very angry and upset most of the time. I took this for about 3 months, until I got to the point that there was something very wrong with me and it was the medicine.” -Darden
How can using Zolpidem work for me?
Zolpidem is a very strong drug. There have been many success stories and many stories of regret with users who have taken Zolpidem. If you are suffering major problems and nothing seems to work for you I think that you should look into the precautions and side-effects of zolpidem and see if it is worth the risk. There are a lot of effective sleep aids yet to be discovered. Check some of them out on our website.