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Ambien was released to the market in 1992 by Lorex pharmaceuticals and became approved for medical use in 2007. Originally approved for treating insomnia, Ambien belongs to the class of drugs called sedative-hypnotics. Calming effects are produced on your brain as a result of its use. Treatment with this medication is usually limited to 2 weeks or less.
Zolpidem and other sedatives have largely replaced benzodiazepines – including Valium – as a short-term treatment for insomnia in recent years, owing to their perceived safety and a lower likelihood of addiction and abuse. People who abuse Ambien for its potentially euphoric properties, or who use it for a longer period of time than recommended, can quickly become dependent on zolpidem. You can Buy Ambien Online and get Ambien For Sale online.
As a tablet and extended-release tablet (Ambien CR), Ambien can be taken orally. Ambien also comes as a sublingual tablet (Edluar, Intermezzo) that is to be placed under the tongue and as an oral spray (Zolpimist), which is sprayed into the mouth over the tongue. If you are being prescribed the medication stick to the dosage regimen and do not intake more than one time a day, immediately before bedtime. If you are taking the sublingual tablets (Intermezzo), you will take the medication as needed, not more than one time during the night if you wake up and have difficulty returning to sleep. Ambien will work faster if it is not taken with a meal or immediately after a meal. Closely follow the dosage regimen prescribed by your doctor and clarify any sorts of doubt that you have with your pharmacist or your physician. Do not try to do anything on your own. Use Ambien exactly as directed.
If you are a first-time user of Ambien, update your complete medical history and all the previous medications that you have used as certain people tend to experience allergic symptoms to the ingredients of Ambien. Read through the medication guide carefully and the medicine’s label for any ingredients that you might be sensitive to. Let them know if you are on any other prescription or non-prescription therapy including vitamins, nutritional supplements, and herbal products you are taking or plan to take. Let them know specifically if you are taking antidepressants such as imipramine, sertraline, chlorpromazine, itraconazole; ketoconazole, medications for anxiety medications, pills for colds, or allergies, mental illness, pain, or seizures like rifampin, sedatives, sleeping pills, and tranquilizers. Your doctor may adjust the dosage accordingly or suggest an alternative. Do not overdose or take more than one pill at a time. If Ambien does not work for you then you can opt for the sublingual tablet so that you have an uninterrupted sleep throughout the day. Notify specifically if you are taking St. John’s Wort.