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An in-home way to escape Ambien addiction
Ambien is a sedative-hypnotic that has similar side effects and withdrawals to a benzodiazepine (xanax, valium, etc) and should only be used short-term. Ambien can cause retrograde amnesia, or loss of memory before and after the drug is taken. This has led to dangerous sleep-eating, sleep-driving and other strange behavior. Many experience tolerance to Ambien, where larger amounts are required to have the desired effect. It is recommended to taper Ambien slowly to avoid withdrawal symptoms, rebound anxiety and insomnia.
>Ambien binds strongly to GABA receptors and can cause amnesia, delusions, altered thought patterns and impaired judgment. Reports have linked episodes of sleepwalking and related strange and dangerous behavior to Ambien. An analysis of the controlled clinical trials, showed little difference between Ambien and benzodiazepines in terms of sleep onset or duration, quality of sleep, adverse effects. Tolerance, rebound insomnia, daytime alertness or physical dependence.
Ambien withdrawal if done incorrectly can cause debilitating symptoms that interfere with life. Learn how to withdraw from Ambien correctly.How Our Ambien Withdrawal Program Works:
- Select the Withdrawal program online or order by phone.
- A confidential Intake Form is provided so our team can direct you properly.
- Potential interactions are eliminated to make your Ambien Withdrawal process more comfortable..
- A private discussion board, available 24/7 is provided for encouragement with a focus on healing.
- Our nonprofit team guides you throughout the ambien taper process.
- The Point of Return program includes unmatched nutraceuticals to ease ambien withdrawal symptoms.
- Instead of adding more medications, we use an all-natural, non-drugging approach to ambien withdrawal.
- We work with your doctor to taper you slowly. Begin the Ambien Withdrawal program and gain your freedom.
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*nutraceuticals are used throughout the taper
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Ambien side effects may include:
allergy, daytime drowsiness, dizziness, drugged feeling, headache, indigestion, nausea, difficulty with coordination, memory loss, tolerance, dependency, changes in behavior and thinking, more outgoing, strange behavior, agitation, worsening of depression, suicidal thoughts, abdominal pain, abnormal dreams, abnormal vision, amnesia, anxiety, arthritis, back pain, bronchitis, burning sensation, chest pain, confusion, constipation, coughing, daytime sleeping, decreased mental alertness, depression, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, difficulty concentrating, difficulty swallowing, diminished sensitivity to touch, dizziness on standing, double vision, dry mouth, emotional instability, exaggerated feeling of well-being, eye irritation, falling, fatigue, fever, flu-like symptoms, gas, general discomfort, hallucination, hiccup, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, increased sweating, infection, insomnia, itching, joint pain, lack of bladder control, lack of coordination, lethargy, light-headedness, loss of appetite, menstrual disorder, migraine, muscle pain, nasal inflammation, nervousness, numbness, paleness, prickling or tingling sensation, rapid heartbeat, rash, ringing in the ears, sinus inflammation, sleep disorder, speech difficulties, swelling due to fluid retention, taste abnormalities, throat inflammation, throbbing heartbeat, tremor, unconsciousness, upper respiratory infection, urinary tract infection, vertigo, vomiting, weakness, abnormal tears or tearing, abscess, acne, aggravation of allergies, aggravation of high blood pressure, aggression, allergic reaction, altered production of saliva, anemia, belching, blisters, blood clot in lung, boils, breast pain, breast problems, breast tumors, bruising, chill with high temperature followed by heat and perspiration, decreased sex drive, delusion, difficulty urinating, excessive urine production, eye pain, facial swelling due to fluid retention, fainting, false perceptions, feeling intoxicated, feeling strange, flushing, frequent urination, glaucoma, gout, heart attack, hemorrhoids, herpes infection, high cholesterol, hives, hot flashes, impotence, inability to urinate, increased appetite, increased tolerance to the drug, intestinal blockage, irregular heartbeat, joint degeneration, kidney failure, kidney pain, laryngitis, leg cramps, loss of reality, low blood pressure, mental deterioration, muscle spasms in arms and legs, muscle weakness, nosebleed, pain, painful urination, panic attacks, paralysis, pneumonia, poor circulation, rectal bleeding, rigidity, sciatica (lower back pain), sensation of seeing flashes of lights or sparks, sensitivity to light, sleepwalking, speech difficulties, swelling of the eye, thinking abnormalities, thirst, tooth decay, uncontrolled leg movements, urge to go to the bathroom, varicose veins, weight loss, and yawning
Ambien Withdrawal Symptoms May Include:
abdominal pains, aching, agoraphobia, anxiety, blurred vision, body vibrations, changes in perception, diarrhea, distended abdomen, feeling of unreality, flu-like symptoms, flatulence, food cravings, hair loss, heart palpitations, heavy limbs, increased allergies, increased sense of smell, insomnia, lethargy, loss of balance, metallic taste, muscle spasms, nightmares, panic attacks, paranoia, persistent & unpleasant memories, severe headaches, shaking, short term memory loss, sore mouth and tongue, sound & light sensitivity, speech difficulties, sweating, suicidal thoughts, tinnitus, unusually sensitive, fear
What is Ambien?(Zolpidem, Stilnox, Stilnoct, Hypnogen, Zolt, Zolfresh, Namadorm, Sanval, Myslee)
Ambien (Zolpidem) resembles benzodiazepines with similar side effects and risks, although they have dissimilar chemical structures. Ambien was not proven effective in maintaining sleep and is prescribed more for sleep initiation issues. Ambien is known as a Z-drug, which was thought to be less addictive or habit-forming than benzodiazepines. However, this appraisal is proving to be inaccurate, as documented cases of addiction have surfaced. Ambien works by depressing the central nervous system, and after continuous use (longer than 10-14 days) adaptations occur. Reducing Imovane too rapidly or stopping the drug can result in rebound withdrawal symptoms that are also seen in benzodiazepine withdrawal. According to the World Health Organization, Ambien binds with high affinity to the same sites as the benzodiazepine class of drugs. A gradual taper is recommended.
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