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Zolpidem 10mg - safety treatment in patients with insomnia !!!

buy now zolpidem zolbien - treatment in patients with insomnia - anti-depressants Lots of people experience sleeping disorders nowadays. Insomnia is the most common one and it can easily end up affecting the ability to have a normal life. 'Sleeping tablets' like Zolpidem are considered to be highly effective and safe for the treatment of sleep disorder.

Zolpidem (Zolbien) 10 mg is classified as a sedative-hypnotic medicine used to treat insomnia. Zolpidem is especially helpful for people who have trouble falling asleep. However, once individuals have fallen asleep, zolpidem also helps them continue to sleep restfully. It works by acting on the way messages are sent in your brain which help you to sleep. It reduces the time it takes for you to fall asleep and increases the length of time you spend sleeping.

Recommended dosage
The usual dose of zolpidem in adults is 5–10 mg. For healthy adults, 10 mg is commonly recommended. However, people taking other drugs that cause drowsiness, people who have severe health problems, especially liver disease, and older people (over age 65) should take a lower dose, usually 5 mg. Zolpidem should be taken immediately before bedtime and only if the person can count on getting seven or eight hours of uninterrupted sleep. It usually takes only about 30 minutes for the sleep-inducing actions of zolpidem to be felt. For the fastest sleep onset, it should be taken on an empty stomach. The maximum dose for one day is 10 mg. People who miss a dose of zolpidem should skip the missed dose, and take the next dose at the regularly scheduled time. This drug should be taken exactly as directed by the prescribing physician.

Because zolpidem is used to help people fall asleep, it should not be used with other drugs (either over-thecounter, herbal, or prescription) that also cause drowsiness (for example, antihistamines or alcohol). Zolpidem should not be used before driving, operating machinery, or performing activities that require mental alertness. People with a history of drug abuse, psychiatric disorders, or depression should be carefully monitored when using zolpidem since zolpidem may worsen symptoms of some psychiatric disorders. Zolpidem can be habit-forming when taken over a long period. People using zolpidem should not stop taking the drug suddenly, but gradually reduce the dose over a few days before quitting, even if zolpidem has been used only a for short time.

Side effects
Along with their useful effects, most medicines can cause unwanted side-effects although not everyone experiences them. Some sleeping pills such as zolpidem can cause aggressiveness, agitation, hallucinations, and amnesia (memory problems), rapid, racing heartbeat, and chest pains. These side effects are rare, but the patient should call a physician immediately if they occur. Side effects that occur in more than 5% of patients are headache, nausea, muscle aches, and drowsiness. Other less common side effects are anxiety, confusion, dizziness, and stomach upset.