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Zolpidem Addiction and Withdrawal





Zolpidem Withdrawal and Addiction Help - Point of Return

9/17/2014
04:13 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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Zolpidem Withdrawal and Addiction Help - Point of Return

Zolpidem Withdrawals are similar to benzodiazepines with rebound insomnia and anxiety. Learn how to withdraw from Zolpidem properly.

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Zolpidem is a short-acting hypnotic that works on GABA at the same location as a benzodiazepine, and therefore has a similar side effect and withdrawal profile. Zolpidem has proven to initiate asleep quicker, but has not demonstrated effectiveness at maintaining sleep. Some have reported driving, walking, talking and binge eating and without memory after taking Zolpidem. Tolerance can develop rapidly for some and abrupt withdrawals can cause delirium, seizures, anxiety, rebound insomnia and fear. After tolerance has developed, a gradual taper is recommended to minimize the debilitating symptoms.

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Zolpidem Withdrawals are similar to benzodiazepines with rebound insomnia and anxiety. Learn how to withdraw from Zolpidem properly.

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Ambien (Zolpidem) resembles benzodiazepines with similar side effects and risks, although they have dissimilar chemical structures. Ambien was not proven effective in maintaining sleep and is prescribed more for sleep initiation issues. Ambien is known as a Z-drug, which was thought to be less addictive or habit-forming than benzodiazepines. However, this appraisal is proving to be inaccurate, as documented cases of addiction have surfaced. Imovane works by depressing the central nervous system, and after continuous use (longer than 10-14 days) adaptations occur. Reducing Imovane too rapidly or stopping the drug can result in rebound withdrawal symptoms that are also seen in benzodiazepine withdrawal. According to the World Health Organization, Imovane binds with high affinity to the same sites as the benzodiazepine class of drugs. A gradual taper is recommended. Click here for more information on Sleeping PIlls.

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