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150 mg Trazodone, 1 mg klonopin. And 10 mg ambien. Ambien doesn't work for me by itself been on klonopin for years. Trazodone was great in the past. Any thoughts.? Sounds like a major hangover to me.
Sleep study: This is a potentially very dangerous combination of drugs affecting the brain. Have you had a sleep study done to find out the cause? Depression or anxiety is another cause for insomnia. I would certainly explore both avenues instead of continuing on this medication cocktail. Don't delay any further. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello I partied last night and was hungover today but I'm ready to go to sleep can U take my ambien last drink was yest at 1am it's now 8:30pm?
Ambien: You can, as prescribed.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes.: All medications have the potential for negative side effects. More common side effects include dizziness, lethargy, drugged feeling and headache. More serious side effects can include retrograde (going backward) or anterograde (going forward) amnesia, hallucinations, complex sleep-related behavior, worsening depression and suicidal ideation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not really...: Probably not a good idea to mix these drugs together. An interaction effect with an increase in anxiety, insomnia, memory disturbance, and possible excessive sedation. Talk to your doctor about possible alteration of the dose and type of medicine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I split Ambien in half, 5mg before bed and 5mg in the middle of the night. When I can't sleep anymore ?
Yes, but...: ...That's not ideal. For some people, ambien's 2.3hr half-life is too short. First i'd try switching to Lunesta (6 hour half-life) or Ambien cr. If those are too long-acting (causing morning "hangover"), i'd go back to Ambien 10 at night, and sonata (1hr half-life) for nighttime awakenings. With sonata, its half-life is so short, you can take in middle of night and usually be okay in the morning. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: The Benadryl in Tylenol PM may enhance the sedative effects of the Ambien, so You should be very careful. Take the Tylenol PM first and give it an hour and if you are still awake, take Ambien. People who had used this combination had complained of a hangover the next day. If your insomnia persists, it might be best to get a sleep study in order to get down to the roots of your problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm prescribed 10mg Ambien to take every night, and been on it for 5+ months. I've built up a tolerance, is there a higher dose I can take?
No: Ambien 10 mg is the maximum dose. The problem with ALL the tranquilizer type sleep meds is you build a tolerance to them and they don't work after a while. This is why it's best not to take these every night. Taking them every 2-3 nights works better. Alternative meds that could help with sleep are Trazodone, Remeron, or Vistaril. These often are not addicting/do not cause tolerance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ambien?: Is sleeping medication, that should be taken on as needed basis only. However, u should be careful when u take it, until u see how it impact u. I have seen patient who claimed they found themselves clocking in the kitchen or driving their car without remembering. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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