Zolpidem

Zolpidem is a medicine that is used to help people fall asleep. The FDA has approved Zolpidem for the usage of the public with a new dosage recommendation for the treatment of insomnia and troubles that happen while trying to sleep.

These tablets are available in three forms: sublingual, extended-release and immediate release. The sublingual tablets dissolve under the tongue, the extended-release form releases into the body slowly, the immediate release tablets release into the body at once. It is commonly sold under the name Ambien. It reacts with the chemicals in the brain that may be unbalanced in the brains of people that have sleeping disorders. It is used to treat people that are suffering from Insomnia, it is used for both improving sleep onset as well as staying asleep.

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Zolpidem: Contradictions and precautions 

It is to not be consumed by people who have respiratory depression, liver disease, myasthenia gravis or by children or by people who suffer from psychotic disorders. It may cause allergic reactions in some people, in case of the onset of allergic reactions such as: breathing difficulties, hives, swelling of face, swelling of the tongue or swelling of the throat you are advised to immediately stop taking the medication and seek emergency medical help. It is advised that one must refrain from sharing it with others, even if it may seem that they are suffering from the same symptoms.

The dosage is different for men and for women. It has not been approved for use by children. It impairs thinking as well as reactions. People are advised to stay away from driving because of the increased risk of road accidents. It should not be prescribed to older people, who will be much more sensitive to the side effects of this drug. It is not supposed to be mixed with alcohol or taken along with other opioids. It is to be stored at room temperature away from any kind of heat or moisture, it should not be frozen.

Mechanism of action

Zolpidem is a non-benzodiazepine Z drug and it acts as a hypnotic. It increases the activity of GABA in the nervous system of the body. The GABA is a chemical in the body that promotes sleep. When it is consumed the GABA is stimulated and this causes the onset of sleep. It is seen to modulate the receptor by making the receptor think that it is confirmed and this enables an increased binding of the GABA with the receptor without affecting any of the peak current or desensitization.

When consulting the Doctor it is best to inform him about your medical history. People having issues in the liver, kidney, and digestive tracts are advised to stay away from it. It is best to avoid taking it when traveling, like for trying to sleep on the flight. If you are awoken before the complete effects of the medicine are worn off this might result in an onset of amnesia. There is a chance that you may feel sleepy in the morning after taking this medicine this is especially if you are a woman or you have taken the extended-tablet. Pregnant women are advised to stay away from it and to avoid breastfeeding children.

Ambien (Zolpidem) is one of the best on the market, but that does not mean you can take as many pills as you want, as it can result in an overdose.