Ambien may cause a serious unfavorably susceptible response. Quit taking Ambien and get crisis restorative help on the off chance that you have any indications of an unfavorably susceptible response to zolpidem: hives; trouble breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.
Report any new or declining side effects to your specialist, for example, discouragement, nervousness, animosity, fomentation, disarray, unordinary contemplations, visualizations, memory issues, changes in identity, hazard taking conduct, diminished hindrances, no dread of risk, or musings of suicide or harming yourself.
Quit utilizing Ambien and call your specialist without a moment’s delay on the off chance that you have:
- chest torment, quick or sporadic heartbeat, feeling shy of breath;
- inconvenience breathing or gulping; or
- having an inclination that you may go out.
- Basic Ambien reactions may include:
- daytime laziness, unsteadiness, shortcoming, feeling “medicated” or tipsy;
- tired inclination, loss of coordination;
- stuffy nose, dry mouth, nose or throat disturbance;
- sickness, obstruction, loose bowels, irritated stomach; or
- cerebral pain, muscle torment.
This is certainly not an entire rundown of symptoms and others may happen. Call your specialist for medicinal counsel about reactions. You may report reactions to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.