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Ambien Generic is a medication with a calming impact. Ambien (Generic) is a sleep-inducing drug which has a place with the gathering of imidazopyridines. It is a specific agonist.
At the point when utilized in helpful dosages, it has a calming impact, without applying anxiolytic, anticonvulsant and it has focal muscle relaxant impacts.
The utilization of the medication adds to shortening the season of nodding off, diminishing the number of daily renewals, expanding the aggregate length of rest and enhancing its quality. There is an extending of stage II of rest and phase of profound rest (III and IV). During the day, drowsiness does not cause. Ambien (Generic) Does not induce liver enzymes.
Ambien (Generic) in small amounts excreted in breast milk. In elderly patients, plasma clearance in the blood can decrease without a significant increase in the half-life.
You should use Ambien (Generic) if you have sleep disorders, including difficulties with falling asleep.
Do not use Ambien (Generic) if you have:
- Liver failure (chronic or severe acute);
- Respiratory failure;
- Sleep apnea, including estimated;
- Hereditary lactose intolerance, glucose-galactose malabsorption syndrome or lactase deficiency (Ambien (Generic) contains lactose);
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding;
- Age up to 18 years;
- Individual intolerance to the components of the drug.
Tablets should be taken orally, just before bedtime. A single dose is 10 mg. In old patients, in cases of impaired hepatic function, therapy should be started with a dose of 5 mg, with insufficient clinical effect and good tolerance, it can be further increased to 10 mg. The maximum is 10 mg per day.
Medically reviewed by Dr. Josette Davignon
Last updated: 26.01.2022