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Snorting Ambien Effects
Yes: It would be a very un - smart thing to do. ...Read more
"Results"?: By snorting medications or drugs, the "results" you get could be devastating to your health and well being. Little particles of ground up Ambien (zolpidem) could end up in your lungs, creating the environment for infection or worse. Not to mention the unknown pharmacological results of snorting a medication formulated to be swallowed and processed in your GI system. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can: Strangest is the various sleep activities of which driving while eating was related to me from the psychiatrist of the patient. These variants are unpredictable and never--that i know of--as dramatic. I would not let this negate taking buproprion-that is generic for wellbutrin (bupropion). I assume all your papers are up to date. ...Read more
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
Can i take melatonin and ambien (zolpidem) (10mg) together? ambien (zolpidem) has lost it's effects and melatonin barely works. whats an overdose level?
Melatonin and Ambien (zolpidem): do not have significant interaction. Melatonin (OTC) has a role in regulation of the sleep-wake cycle. May dose up to 20 mg/d. Ambien (zolpidem) (prescribed) improves sleep onset; best taken without food. If effect lost then consult prescriber to review your situation and determine best course of action. Review good sleep hygiene (https://sleepfoundation.org/ask-the-expert/sleep-hygiene). Best regards. ...Read more
What are the most common symptoms and effects when Valium 10mg and Ambien (zolpidem) 10mg are combined for a single time use, and what is the average duration?
Wow: I'd avoid that combination. Valium is relatively short acting. Ambien (zolpidem) should only be taken if you have a window of 8 hours where you expect to be asleep. Have somebody keep an eye on you to make sure you don't get in trouble (respiratory suppression, sleep walking etc). Realize that Ambien (zolpidem) is for occasional use (insomnia). Valium is a skeletal muscle relaxer / sedative. (occasional use mostly) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer