Ivedal 19 Year Old Girl

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LuciaJax Says:
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I am a 19 year old girl and I have been drinking ivedal for about 3 weeks now and everytime I do I feel really drowy or high if u wanna put it that way I started with one pill a day and it worked for a week ... Aftter a week it went from 1 tablet to two tablets ... And we're currently standing on 3 ... I have a deppression order I was booked in at a rehabulution centrun and it helped me stay focused and ja ... If I take the pills my emotions goes up and down and I crave to eat ANYTHING ... Please will you kindly respond and maybe give me ansers on what's going on ? Is it normal for a 19 year old to drink 3 sleeping tablets ?? Cause I find it quite weird

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LuciaJax Says:
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I am urgently looking for someone who knows something about it ... I need answers I'm quite scared ..

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Verwon Says:

Ivedal contains the active ingredient Zolpidem, and it is most commonly used for the short-term treatment of insomnia. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, sedation, sleep actions, hallucinations, and next day hang-over like effects. So yes, 3 times a day is very odd.

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