|Product Title :||Ambien|
|Generic Name :||Zolpidem|
|Availability :||In stock|
Ambien 10mg:Its chemical composition is zolpidem is N,N,6-trimethyl-2-p-tolylimidazo[1,2-a] pyridine-3-acetamide L-(+)-tartrate (2:1). With a molecular weight of 764.88, Zolpidem tartrate is a white to off-white crystalline powder which is sparingly soluble in water, propylene glycol and alcohol. Each AMBIEN tablet includes the following inactive ingredients: magnesium stearate, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, sodium starch glycolate microcrystalline cellulose, polyethylene glycol, titanium dioxide and lactose. The 5 mg tablet also contains FD&C Red No. 40, polysorbate 80 and iron oxide colorant.
Side effects:AMBIEN usage may bring on dizziness. If this occurs on a persistent basis, it is necessary to inform your doctor or the pharmacist. If you feel sleepy during the day, the doctor should be informed and your dosage adjusted. In some cases, patients who are taking AMBIEN may have eaten or prepared food, driven their vehicles, had sex or sleep walked while not being of aware of what they are doing and are not fully awake. This may be dangerous for the patient and other people. If patients have indulged in these activities including use of alcohol and other medications which can make one drowsy while on zolpidem, it is important to inform their healthcare giver.
The side effects of AMBIEN may manifest in the following symptoms::Depression Abnormal thoughts Memory loss Behavioral changes in moods or mental perception Suicidal thoughts Agitation Hallucinations Confusion Anxiety Aggressive behavior Other symptoms may involve: Allergic reactions such as dizziness, trouble breathing including rash or itching, swelling of tongue, throat and face. Contact your doctor if you experience symptoms such as: Weakness Daytime drowsiness Tired or drugged feeling Dizziness Dry mouth Coordinating dysfunction Light headedness Nasal irritation Sore throat Stuffy nose Diarrhea Nausea Stomach upset Constipation Muscle pain Headache Insomnia Confusion Ataxia or balance problems Visual changes Euphoria
How to use:As the recommended dosage, AMBIEN 10mg is prescribed for adults. It is important to tell the doctor about any other drug usage as AMBIEN may react with other medications. In case your are pregnant or plan on having a baby or if you are breastfeeding, it is necessary to inform your physician as this drug may have adverse effects on the unborn child. Usage of AMBIEN will cause seizures, shaking, sweating and/or muscle cramps including side effects. The Medication Guide and Patient literature provided by your doctor or pharmacist should be read before taking AMBIEN. This medication should be taken on an empty stomach once at night as prescribed by the doctor. Zolpidem should be taken just before you go to bed and must not be taken before, with or after a meal as it does not work as fast. It is imperative that the patient gets a full night’s sleep of 7-8 hours before taking the next dosage. In case you do not get the recommended hours of sleep, you may experience memory loss, lack of alertness especially while operating machinery or driving. With the dosage being prescribed according to the medical condition, age, gender, response to treatment and other medications which the patient may be taking, it is important to take the prescribed dosage and keep to the time frame. The adult prescribed dosage is 10 milligrams a day with women being prescribed a lower dosage than men as the drug is removed from the body at a slower rate. Adults who are older in age are prescribed a lower dosage so that the side effects will be reduced. AMBIEN may cause withdrawal reactions in cases where the drug has been in use for a longer period. In these cases, stomach cramps, vomiting, shakiness, nervousness, nausea and flushing may occur. The doctor may reduce the dose if this occurs. Inform the doctor on time and get the necessary treatment. AMBIEN causes addiction and in cases of a history of substance abuse, the patient must take this drug exactly as prescribed by the doctor so that the risk of addiction is reduced. In some cases, long periods of usage of the medication may not work as well and it is necessary to inform the doctor. Some patients may experience rebound insomnia or trouble sleeping after the first few nights. This may not occur after the 1-2 nights but if it does persist, inform your doctor.
How to take generic Ambien (zolpidem):With AMBIEN (zolpidem) as a brand name used as a sedative for treating insomnia, it is also known by its generic name of Zolpidem-Oral. Being a nonbenzodiazepine sedative and hypnotic, Zolpidem is used as a short-term treatment for insomnia at a low dosage and is deployed to improving sleep onset and for staying asleep. Used as a drug to induce sleep for adults, Zolpidem helps the patient get a good night’s rest. Belonging to a class of drugs known as sedative-hypnotics, this medication is normally prescribed for 1-2 weeks or even less time as a treatment. Zolpidem is taken orally on an empty stomach once at night as prescribed by the doctor. This drug is known for working in a quick manner and is recommended at bedtime and should not be taken with or after a meal as it does not work immediately or in a desired way. Available in a usual or conventional tablet form, oral spray or sublingual tablets, Zolpidem is used normally for a short-term period used in the treatment of sleeping problems. The sleep onset is decreased by 15 minutes and is also used in larger does to help patients stay asleep for longer periods. Patients may experience the common side effects of diarrhea, headache, hallucinations, abuse and memory loss.
What the term generic means:Approved by the FDA as the generic version of AMBIEN (zolpidem tartrate), Zolpidem tartrate as an immediate-release tablet is a sedative-hypnotic drug used for a short-term period for insomnia. Prescribed in 5 and 10mg strengths, Zolpidem tartrate is available as both brand-name and generic drugs indicated for short-term treatment period of insomnia. The brand names are known as Ambien (immediate-release tablet), Ambien CR (extended-release tablet), Edluar (sublingual tablet) and Intermezzo (sublingual tablet). Zolpidem also comes in the form of an oral spray with Zolpidem tablets being used in the treatment of insomnia to help in falling asleep and staying asleep. The oral tablet has three forms such as immediate release, extended and sublingual release. With the immediate-release form releasing the drug into the body immediately, the extended release form lets the drug infuse the body at a slower pace while the sublingual form dissolves under the tongue for the desired effect.