It’s a sleeping pill. It is a selective agonist of benzodiazepine omega1 receptors of the macromolecular GABAA receptor complex. The active substance interacts with central omega-1 receptors located mainly in the cerebellum, certain areas of the cortex, the substantia nigra, the olfactory bulb, the lower mound, the bridge, the ventral part of the thalamic complex, the pale ball in the central nervous system.
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Ambien pills are used for sleep disorders: difficulty falling asleep, early or night awakenings.
You shouldn’t apply Ambien:
– if you are allergic to the active ingredient;
– with intolerance to auxiliary components.
– with acute and/or severe respiratory failure;
– with severe acute or chronic liver failure;
– with nocturnal apnea (including suspected);
– during pregnancy;
– when breastfeeding;
– for children under 18 years old.
The drug is taken with caution:
– with severe myasthenia gravis;
– with respiratory failure;
– with mild/ moderate hepatic insufficiency;
– with depression;
– with alcoholism;
– with drug addiction, other types of addiction.
Use during pregnancy and lactation
Method of administration and dosage
Ambien pills are taken orally.
The standard dose for adults is 10 mg just before bedtime.
Elderly, weakened patients, as well as individuals with impaired liver function are recommended to reduce the initial dose to 5 mg.
The maximum daily dose is 10 mg.
The course of therapy should not exceed 4 weeks.
A course of 2-5 days is recommended in case of transient insomnia and 2-3 weeks in case of situational insomnia.
Short periods of use do not require gradual withdrawal of the drug. If there is a case of prolonged use, withdrawal of the drug should be carried out gradually (to reduce the risk of developing ricochet insomnia).
• violation of consciousness (confusion, inhibition, sopor, coma),
• lowering blood pressure,
• respiratory depression.
Treatment: gastric lavage or induction of vomiting in the first hour after overdose, intake of enterosorbents, symptomatic therapy. Flumazenil is indicated as an antidote (it should be borne in mind that antagonism with benzodiazepine receptors can provoke the development of seizures).
Neurological disorders: drowsiness, dizziness, feeling of intoxication, headache, increased insomnia, anterograde amnesia, agitation, nightmares, confusion, irritability, impaired consciousness, visual/auditory hallucinations, dysphoria, aggressiveness, increased excitability, somnambulism, behavioral reactions, drug dependence, rebound insomnia or withdrawal syndrome, decreased libido, ataxia, gait disorder, falls, tachyphylaxis.
Digestive disorders: diarrhea, nausea, increased activity of liver enzymes, vomiting, abdominal pain.
Musculoskeletal disorders: muscle weakness.
Dermatological disorders: rash, urticaria, itching, hyperhidrosis.
Allergic reactions: angioedema.