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What are the ingredients in AMBIEN?

Zolpidem tartrate is the Active Ingredient in Ambien

Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, lactose, magnesium stearate, micro-crystalline cellulose, polyethylene glycol, sodium starch glycolate, and titanium dioxide are the Inactive Ingredients.

Zolpidem tartrate is a gamma-aminobutyric acid. A agonist of the imidazopyridine class. Generic Ambien is available in 10 mg and 5 mg for oral administration.

Chemically, zolpidem is N,N,6-trimethyl-2-p-tolylimidazo[1,2-a] pyridine-3-acetamide L-(+)-tartrate (2:1). The following picture is the structural formula of Generic Ambien:

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Zolpidem and Alcohol should not be combined, because the combination of these ingredients has an additive effect. Itraconazole and ketoconazole may increase the blood concentration of zolpidem by reducing the activity of the enzymes that breakdown zolpidem in the liver. Conversely, rifampin may reduce the concentration of zolpidem by increasing the activity of of the enzymes that breakdown zolpidem.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION RELATED TO AMBIEN:

WHAT CAUSE INSOMNIA:

  1. Medical causes:
  2. There are many medical conditions (some mild and others more serious) that can lead to insomnia. In some cases, a medical condition itself causes insomnia, while in other cases, symptoms of the condition cause discomfort that can make it difficult for a person to sleep.

    Some examples of medical conditions that can lead to insomnia are: Nasal/sinus allergies, musculoskeletal disorders, kidney disease, gastrointestinal problems such as reflux or heartburn, endocrine problems such as hyperthyroidism, asthma, arthritis, neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease, chronic pain.

  3. Medication:
  4. Many prescription drugs can cause insomnia as a side effect. These include: certain antidepressants, steroid medication, epilepsy medicines, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, stimulant medicines used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or narcolepsy, medicines for high blood pressure, such as beta-blockers and some medicines used to treat asthma.

  5. Stress:
  6. A stressful event, such as a bereavement, problems at work or financial difficulties can lead to insomnia. The problem can continue long after the event has passed because they start to associate going to bed with being awake. This develops into an anxiety about sleep itself.

  7. Food:
  8. Some substances and activities, including eating patterns, can lead to insomnia. Our diet affects how well we sleep. While some foods can promote sleep, others may contribute to insomnia.

    The people who drink less water and take less vitamin C, have insomnia problems, they usually sleep less than five hours.

  9. Lifestyle:

There are some sleep habits and specific lifestyles that can lead to insomnia:

  • A poor sleep routine and sleeping environment. For example if you have an uncomfortable bed, or a bedroom that's too bright, noisy, hot or cold, it can contribute to insomnia.
  • You sometimes sleep in later to make up for lost sleep. This can confuse your body's clock and make it difficult to fall asleep again the following night.
  • Eating too much late in the evening. Many people experience heartburn, a backflow of acid and food from the stomach into the esophagus after eating, therefore it may cause you to feel physically uncomfortable and it may keep you awake.