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Chemistry of Ambien
The chemical formula of Ambien is “N,N-dimethyl-2-[6-methyl-2-(4-methylphenyl)imidazo[1,2-a]pyridin-3-yl]acetamide”. The molecular weight of this drug is 307.3 g/mol and the purity of this substance in its purest forms is calculated to be approximately equal to or greater than 99.0%. Ambien is a neat solid substance and this is usually the form in which it is commercially sold and the recommended storage temperature for the drug is 20°C while the stability of the molecule of this drug is known to be equal to or greater than two years. Buy ambien online at Express Medicine and get it deliver at your home address
Usage of Ambien
Ambien/ Zolpidem tartrate is a hypnotic sedative that patients use to treat insomnia. A patient with insomnia is one experiencing problems falling asleep during sleeping hours or remaining asleep during these hours. Ambien is a very active drug for insomnia on a short-term basis. In fact, Ambien is one of the most common sleeping medication that health specialists prescribe to their patients.
Precautions for Ambien
In many circumstances, patients must take caution before taking Ambien. There are circumstances where this drug might not be a suitable choice for treating sleeping disorders. The doctor should be able to advise a patient regarding his/her suitability to use Ambien for treating insomnia. Patients should seek medical advice if they are or have;
- A history of drug or alcohol abuse
- Pregnant or planning to get pregnant
- Any breathing conditions such as asthma, emphysema, or bronchitis
- Suffering from myasthenia gravis – a nerve condition that causes weakness in the muscles
- Sensitive or allergic to any ingredient in Ambien
- Having problems with personality disorder or depression
- They have a history of liver or kidney disorders
- Sickly or elderly
- suffer from sleep apnea
Effects of Ambien
There are rare conditions where some patients may experience adverse reactions resulting from Ambien use. This can include breathing problems, swelling of the face, lips, tongue, and throat. However, note that these conditions are scarce.
Most importantly, patients should not take Ambien continually for more than four weeks. If they do, they will experience withdrawal symptoms. They may include vomiting, stomach cramps, increased anxiety, and nausea. After ceasing using the drug, users might experience problems with sleeping. It is because of a condition is known, as ‘rebound insomnia’ but this situation will disappear within a day or two.
How to take Ambiens
The typical recommended Ambien dosage is one 10mg pill. The user should swallow the pill whole with water before sleeping time without crushing or chewing it. Chewing or grinding the medicine can result in too much or the drug being released at a time. There are instances where medical professionals prescribe a 5 mg dose. Patients with a liver condition or sickly/elderly might be more susceptible to the effects of Ambien, so a 5mg dose before sleeping is more appropriate. People below 18 years should not take Ambien.