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Quetiapine Treatment of Zolpidem Dependence

6/14/2014
03:41 | Author: Nick Jenkins

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Quetiapine Treatment of Zolpidem Dependence

We report the case of Mr. A, a 52-year-old man with a lifelong history of substance use disorders who developed a dependence on zolpidem, which was.

Quetiapine is a second-generation antipsychotic medication with known sedating effects. While zolpidem is a relatively safe drug compared to conventional hypnotics, patients with substance abuse histories may be at risk for abuse. In cases of zolpidem abuse or dependence, the use of another sedating agent with lower abuse potential should be considered.

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Dependence on Ambien Addiction Blog

4/13/2014
01:42 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Dependence on Ambien Addiction Blog

Are you concerned that you might be developing a dependence on Ambien (zolpidem)? Are you worried about Ambien addiction? In this article.

Hello Micheal. You’ll need to consult with your prescribing MD to assess risk of long term use of Ambien. You can also speak with your local pharmacist about finding more information about the long term negative side effects to this Rx sleep aid.

Do you still have questions about Ambien dependence and addiction? We welcome all questions in the comments below. Share 1 1 9.

Hi, I was dependant on Valium for a period of about two years, but no longer take them, for about two years. Once a week I wake in the early hours, and cannot get back to sleep.

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Recovering from Zolpidem Addiction Best Inpatient

12/22/2014
09:37 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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Recovering from Zolpidem Addiction Best Inpatient

Zolpidem is a medication generally prescribed to treat insomnia. To prevent the development of a dependence on the medication, zolpidem should be used for.

Withdrawal from zolpidem can be extremely uncomfortable. During withdrawal, the user may experience a variety of symptoms, including:

The withdrawal symptoms are often so uncomfortable that a user returns to drug use to avoid experiencing them. Because of this, the best way to stop using the drug is to enter a zolpidem treatment center, where an addict can go through a controlled detoxification followed by counseling to aid in recovery.

"...a zolpidem rehab and recovery center is recommended to help the user get through the withdrawal period and to provide the tools necessary to avoid a relapse." Zolpidem is a medication generally prescribed to treat insomnia.

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How to treat Ambien withdrawal - Prescription Drug - Addiction Blog

10/21/2014
07:04 | Author: Lauren Ross

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How to treat Ambien withdrawal - Prescription Drug - Addiction Blog

The best way to treat Ambien withdrawal is to taper down doses of zolpidem under the supervision of a medical expert. More on Ambien.

The best way to withdraw from Ambien is have your Ambien doses slowly reduced over time to compensate for withdrawal symptoms. It’s important to reduce your Ambien doses slowly because when the doses are being tapered, symptoms are less severe.

While you are slowly decreasing you doses treat any withdrawal symptoms that may arise. This biggest one being insomnia. Look for alternative ways to help with your sleep cycles. Sometime insomnia is a symptom of something else. Maybe you need to decrease levels of stress in your life to help you sleep.

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Iatrogenic Zolpidem Dependence

8/20/2014
05:35 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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Iatrogenic Zolpidem Dependence

However, animal studies,1 reviews,2 and case reports3,4 demonstrate that zolpidem can result in tolerance and dependence. We report a case.

To the Editor : Iatrogenic benzodiazepine abuse is emerging as a common mental health problem in neuro-psychiatric practice. Zolpidem, which selectively binds to γ-aminobutyric acid type A (GABA-A) receptors, was launched for the treatment of insomnia with the hope that it produces no dependence.

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