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Zolpidem (Ambien) 10mg Tablet

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Brand Name: Ambien                      Generic Name: Zolpidem tartrate 

Drug Class: Sedatives                     FDA classification: IV

Availability: Prescription only          Storage: Store below 30°C

Inactive ingredients:  hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, lactose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, polyethylene glycol, sodium starch glycolate, and titanium dioxide.

Overview 

People who have trouble falling asleep can benefit from the prescription medication Ambien. The active ingredient in the medicine, which belongs to the sedative-hypnotic drug class, is zolpidem. The medication is frequently used by those with insomnia to aid in falling asleep, which helps them maintain regular sleeping patterns and minimize daytime tiredness.

Many people who consistently use Ambien to help them fall asleep risk developing a dependence on it. People may develop a tolerance to the medicine after regularly using it for a while and need a higher dosage to get the same sedative effects. Due to the related effects of Ambien, which include a relaxed state, taking more of the drug each time may cause users to develop an addiction.

Description

The sedative-hypnotic medication class includes zolpidem. It produces a relaxing effect on your brain. For a brief period of time, persons with a particular sleep disorder (insomnia) are treated with zolpidem. In order to get a better night’s sleep if you have difficulties falling asleep, it makes the process faster.

What is zolpidem tab 10mg used for?

The FDA first authorized the hypnotic medication zolpidem, also marketed under the name Ambien, in 1992. Patients with insomnia experience better sleep after using zolpidem. It is only intended for use with patients who have trouble falling asleep. In patients with temporary (transient) insomnia, this medication reduces the time it takes to fall asleep (sleep latency), enhances the duration of sleep, and reduces the number of awakenings during sleep. Both the immediate actions and the extended-release versions are made available.

How long does it take for zolpidem 10mg to work?

One hour before going to bed, take a 10 mg tablet of zolpidem tartrate. Although you might feel the effects of zolpidem as soon as 15 to 30 minutes after taking medication, the peak effect typically occurs about 90 minutes after taking it. The effects of zolpidem usually take longer to manifest if taken with food. Since this drug works rapidly if you still have difficulties falling or staying asleep after 7 to 10 days of taking it as directed, contact your healthcare professional. It’s possible that you have another medical issue that is the root of your insomnia.

What is the recommended dose of Ambien?

In order to cure insomnia, doctors should use the lowest effective dose of Ambien 10mg (zolpidem tartrate) for the shortest amount of time. Keep in mind that this dosage suggestion only applies to the immediate-release version of Ambien; it does not apply to alternative dosage forms, such as extended-release tablets or oral sprays.

For men, a starting dose of 5 or 10 mg per day, and 5 mg for women, is advised. The maximum daily Ambien dosage is 10 mg. Patients above the age of 65 and those with liver problems should take 5 mg each day.

How Long Does Ambien 10mg Stay in Your System?

The prescription drug Ambien is used to treat insomnia. It has a quick onset of action and is swiftly removed from the body. It can be seen in blood tests for 6–20 hours and in urine for 24–48 hours. It can be found for up to 5 weeks using hair tests.

How long it can be Used?

Ambien 10mg is prescribed to relieve insomnia in the short term. Ambien 10mg shouldn’t be taken for more than two weeks at a time. If you use Ambien for longer than two weeks, you run the risk of developing physical dependency and tolerance, which will reduce its effectiveness. In addition to various long-term therapy choices, you should talk about the dangers of using Ambien for longer than two weeks.

How to use Ambien 10mg?

Follow your doctor’s instructions for taking Ambien strictly. Observe every instruction on the prescription drug label. Never exceed the recommended dosage or duration of use of this medication. Men and women should take zolpidem at different doses, and infants are not allowed to use this medication.

Since zolpidem is known to make you drowsy and may impair your ability to concentrate, you should use it cautiously when you buy zolpidem online. It is recommended that you take the drug only if you have enough time to sleep for 8 hours. As a precaution, you shouldn’t do anything over the next 12 hours that requires alertness or attention.

Ambien 10mg should only be used temporarily. After taking this drug for 7 to 10 consecutive nights, let your doctor know if your insomnia symptoms do not get better. Without consulting your doctor, don’t use this medication for more than 4 or 5 weeks at a time.

After using Ambien 10mg for a while, do not suddenly stop using it because you can have unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. When you stop taking the medication, consult your doctor about how to prevent withdrawal symptoms.

Avoid drinking alcohol if you wish to avoid the negative consequences of using Ambien sleeping pills. Make sure to research the drugs that interact with zolpidem. Among these are medications for epilepsy, pain, and depression.

F&Qs

Is Ambien 10mg a narcotic?

Although Ambien is not a narcotic, it works similarly to one in that it interacts with the brain to calm the body. Ambien 10mg is a central nervous system depressant that is not a benzodiazepine. It functions by influencing various neurotransmitters in the brain, particularly GABA-A. (gamma-aminobutyric acid-A). Ambien blocks the specific brain activity linked to insomnia when it binds to this receptor, which has the relaxing effect of slowing down excessive brain activity.

Why is the zolpidem dosage different for men and women?

Because zolpidem is eliminated from the body differently in men and women, there may be a difference in how much to give them. In women, the medicine is generally started at a lower dose because it is eliminated from the body more slowly. You are more likely to experience adverse effects as long as the medicine is in your system. For example, the initial dose of zolpidem immediate-release in women is 5 mg, whereas in men it might be as high as 10 mg. If you have specific concerns regarding your dose, consult your healthcare provider.

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2 reviews for Zolpidem (Ambien) 10mg Tablet

  1. Sonu

    For Insomnia: “Quite honestly, I think Ambien has saved my life. I have GAD pretty bad, and take quite a few meds for it. I have been taking Ambien for at least 15 years. Way back before my anxiety was under control, I used to take 15 to as much as 20 mg per night. Over the years. I’ve been able to gradually cut that back to as little as 5 – 10 mg, and it’s still has effective as it ever was. Obviously, treating my GAD also plays a large role, but Zolpidem has been a miracle for me. I find the generic just as good as the name brand – I see no difference. I don’t recommend anyone take sleep meds if you don’t need them – but if you DO need them, by god take this. We all have one life – live the highest quality life you can, and mine has been very normal and wonderful due to this medication. Medication is your friend if you truly need it and use it in a way that’s right for you.”

  2. Chris

    For Insomnia: “Ambien is way better than any OTC medication, I have found that when I take it, I’m sleep within 15 minutes and I’ve had problems sleeping my whole life, since I was a kid and before this medication I would toss and turn for hours and hours, not getting sleep and I am blessed to have gotten this medication. I have not sleep walked, or done anything as others have said they did. I leave my phone downstairs to charge every night, so I do not have access to it and I sleep alone, I have never noticed anything unusual since I always wakeup in my bed. My doctor before this one didn’t give me anything for sleep, only said to use melatonin despite telling her that it didn’t work for me. My new doctor got me on Ambien and it has changed my life.”

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