Zolpidem is a sedative that affects the unbalanced chemicals of the brain that cause insomnia. Genericly is known as Zolpidem but more known brand names are: Ambien, Ambien CR, Eludar, Intermezzo, Zolpimist.
Ambien, Ambien CR, Eludar and Zolpimist will help an individual go to sleep while Intermezzo is used to get back to sleep after waking up. Your doctor will determine what kind of Zopidem medicine you need for your treatent.
You must not take Ambien, Ambien CR, Eladur or Zolpimist unless you have slept for seven or eight hours also do not take Intermezzo unless you have at least four hours left to sleep before becoming active.
Zolpidem may cause severe allergic reaction that manifests as: swelling of lips, throat, face and tongue, heavy breathing and hives. If you experienc any of these symptoms contat your helatcare provider imidietly.
It is necessary to report any depression, agitation, confusion,
hallucinations, anxiety, halucinations, suicidal tendencies, increased risk
taking, memory problems etc. To the doctor. These are a short list of worsening
symptoms that may occur during the course of your treatment.
If you experinece:
Stop using Zolpidem imidietly and contact your healthcare provider.
Common side effects usually include:
It is important to follow the instructions that regard the dose and the time of taking exactley as it is prescribed any other ways of using the medicine may incur side effects or no effects will be achieved whatsoever.
Do not share your medication with others even if they have same symtoms as you do. Doses are different for man and women. Zolpidem is not prescribed to children under any circumstances.
Zolpidem is ment to be used in short term therapy only so do
not take Zolpidem longer than four to five weeks. If your symptoms do not
improve or get worse after seven to ten nights in a row inform your doctor.