Zolpidem At Nightime

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David Says:
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Is it true or is it just me, when i am not tied at night and i take 2 zolpidem and still not tied 1 hr later is it coz i have to take them when i feel tied?



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David Says:

Hi David,

Based on information I've gathered, Zolpidem has not adequately demonstrated effectiveness in maintaining sleep (unless delivered in a controlled-release form); however, it is noted to be effective in initiating sleep.

It looks like the dosing instructions indicate that it should be taken immediately before bedtime. These drugs can effect everyone differently, so if you are following the dosing and administration guidelines to the "T" and are still experiencing difficulty maintaining sleep, then I would consider switching medications or finding a natural alternative that may be more effective for "you".

You can view more details about this medication by following the link below:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Zolpidem/­

I hope this info helps!

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Daveross1 Says:

Thank you for your quick reply, your answer was the one i was hoping to get and i thank you for it.

Thank you
David

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