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Emergency Visits Due To Ambien Skyrocket - Medical News Today

11/17/2014
03:22 | Author: David Perry

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Emergency Visits Due To Ambien Skyrocket - Medical News Today

The number of people taking Ambien (zolpidem) and ending up in hospital emergency departments increased by nearly 220% between 2005.

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Sharp rise in emergency department visits involving the sleep

11/16/2014
01:16 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Sharp rise in emergency department visits involving the sleep

Zolpidem is the active ingredient in Ambien, Ambien CR, Edluar and adverse reactions to the sleep medication zolpidem rose nearly 220.

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Zolpidem, Also Known As Ambien, Linked With Sharp Increase In

9/15/2014
01:26 | Author: Lauren Ross

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Zolpidem, Also Known As Ambien, Linked With Sharp Increase In

Visits to the emergency department linked with the sleeping pill zolpidem, commonly known by the brand name Ambien, have increased by.

It works on a receptor of the brain that binds GABA (short for gamma-aminobutyric acid), the main inhibitory neurotransmitter in humans. GABA quiets the nervous system, and drugs that mimic or potentiate GABA are prescribed for anxiety, as anticonvulsants, and to help people sleep, like Ambien does.

SAMHSA reported that taking zolpidem with other drugs can be dangerous because it makes the sedative effects of the pill even more powerful.

HuffPost Science's Cara Santa Maria explained how zolpidem works in the brain :

Visits to the emergency department linked with the sleeping pill zolpidem, commonly known by the brand name Ambien, have increased by nearly 220 percent over a five-year period, according to a new report.

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"All sleep drugs have the potential to cause this, so health professionals should prescribe – and patients should take – the lowest dose that is capable of preventing insomnia, " Dr.

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The Ambien Effect VICE United States

7/14/2014
03:52 | Author: Emma Coleman

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The Ambien Effect VICE United States

Zolpidem tartrate, or Ambien, has been prescribed to millions of insomniacs internationally, yet those who use the drug to ensure a good night's.

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Zolpidem tartrate, or Ambien, has been prescribed to millions of insomniacs internationally, yet those who use the drug to ensure a good night's sleep are seldom aware it also possesses the ability to normalize functioning in certain types of damaged neurons, a phenomenon called "the Ambien effect." The first awakening occurred in 1999 when a man who had spent three years in a persistent vegetative state spontaneously regained consciousness after ingesting a 10mg tablet. Since then, hundreds of patients have experienced miraculous recoveries from traumatic brain injury using Ambien. Hamilton Morris travels from South Africa, where the Ambien effect was first discovered, to England to interview a physician on the cutting edge of Ambien research, and then to Florida to meet a voice-over artist who depends on Ambien to speak. More Hamilton's Pharmacopeia:

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Study Popular Sleeping Pill Ambien Linked to Increased Death Rate

5/13/2014
05:50 | Author: David Perry

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Study Popular Sleeping Pill Ambien Linked to Increased Death Rate

A new study has linked popular sleeping pills such as Ambien and The short half-life of Zolpidem (Ambien) and Temazepam (Restoril).

"Sanofi believes the limitations of the analysis go further than what the authors indicate in the article and that the conclusions drawn based on the data presented are highly questionable," the company said in a statement. "Ambien has more than 17 years of real-world experience and is safe and effective when prescribed and taken according to its labeling."

Jason Koebler is a freelance writer based in New York City. You can follow him on Twitter.

Sleeping pills are among the most widely prescribed medications in the United States—it's been estimated that as much as 10 percent of American adults use them at least occasionally.

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