ZOLPIDEM TARTRATE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 076062/001.

Names and composition

"ZOLPIDEM TARTRATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ZOLPIDEM TARTRATE.

Answered questions

(zolpidem tartrate)- is the ingredient in Ambien?
I was told there was no genaric for Ambien and my friend in NC showed me she was perscribed Zolpidem as the genaric for $8. Does anyone use this instead of high priced Ambien? Thanks Asked by Karmen Ensworth 4 months ago.

Yes Ambien (zolpidem tartrate) is a generic drug in the United States, Canada, and many other countries. When a doctor writes a prescription for Ambien a pharmacist will use a generic when it is available. But a doctor can write 'no substitutions,' requiring that brand name Ambien (or any drug) be given. And generally patients can request the brand name product if they are willing to pay the extra money. However, Ambien CR (zolpidem tartrate extended release) is NOT available as a generic. It is also a waste a money for the vast majority of people (ie only a handful benefit from the extended release and other cheaper long lasting drug are available). Most generics are as good as brand name drugs. About 2% of people have increased drug sensitivity and do better on brand name products rather than generics. And some specific generics of drugs are often not as effective. Anticonvulsants are well known for having terrible generics and neurologists often require brand name for patients. But I typically recommend generics. I did have Ambien generic for a couple of weeks. I took Apotex brand. Most Apotex drugs have APO on them. I have also taken brand name Sanofi-Aventis Ambien and Stilnox (the name of Ambien in France) and found Sanofi-Aventis and Apotex to work equally. And if price is a big issue (generic Ambien is typically more than $8) then other drugs like Restoril (Temazepam) are about $8-14 for 30. Good luck Answered by Liberty Facey 4 months ago.

Zolpidem is a prescription medication used for the short-term treatment of insomnia, as well as some brain disorders. It is a short-acting nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic that potentiates gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), an inhibitory neurotransmitter, by binding to gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABAA) receptors at the same location as benzodiazepines.[1] It works quickly (usually within 15 minutes) and has a short half-life (2–3 hours). Trade names of zolpidem include Adormix, Ambien, Ambien CR, Edluar, Damixan, Hypnogen, Ivedal, Nytamel, Stilnoct, Stilnox, Sucedal, Zoldem, Zolnod and Zolpihexal.[2][3][4][5] Answered by Charmain Suermann 4 months ago.

Zolpidem is a hypnotic, prescribed for the short term treatment of insomnia, or difficulty in getting to sleep or staying asleep. Take one tablet nightly before bed as needed and when you are sure that you will be getting at least 8hrs. sleep. Do not drive or operate machinery while taking this medication. Use care until you are familiar with effects. Answered by Rebbecca Chirinos 4 months ago.


Should a 13 year old take Zolpidem Tartrate? aka sleeping pill?
i need to know how long it lasts and if a 13 year old should take it. Asked by Kemberly Kreul 4 months ago.

Zolpidem (Ambien, Stilnox) is a very fast acting hypnotic (sleeping pill). It has a half life of 2-3 hrs for most people. Typically it does not cause daytime drowsiness. So if you sleep about 8hrs the medication will most likely have worn off- but everyone is different. Should a 13 year old take it? Well it is not the best thing for a teen (especially a young teen) to take most psychotropic drugs because there are concerns that the medications might alter development. But Zolpidem is safer and better tested than many other medications. The best answer is that it should be avoided but if a person is having severe insomnia to the point that daily activities, study, concentration, mood, and basic ability to do anything is compromised then it is reasonable to take it. And other methods like having better "sleep hygiene" should be tried first. So I would not recommend it unless the lack of sleep is causing significant problems and reduced quality of life. And I think it is best for a psychiatrist to prescribe it for a 13 year old. But that is not always possible. Answered by Louis Nabarowsky 4 months ago.

No a 13 year old should not take zolpidem unless there is a rather extreme circumstance and a specialist pediatric doctor has instructed it. Zolpidem last about 5 hours in an adult. It is in fact some what shorter acting than 5 hours, but 5 is a good estimate. Adult dosages: With higher doses (>10mg), elimination time increases. However, in some unusual circumstances 20mg is administered to an ADULT, and they report no residual effects the next morning. 10mg in a CHILD may cause nausea; large doses in adults cause nausea. On the safe side, 5mg is a maximum dosage for children; maybe even 2.5mg would be effective. Realistically, 2.5mg should be tolerated fairly well in a child. Anything higher is highly unrecommended for children. Zopiclone is a quicker acting and weaker ZZZ drug, as is Zaleplon which are perhaps more suitable for children, but again, not recommended. Answered by Tracee Woodridge 4 months ago.

Okay it under a physician, and if he seems a little off, (he's just trying to push the drug) then go get a second opinion. Perscription drugs should never be given to people not intended for the script Answered by Nestor Zachman 4 months ago.

ask your doctor. in my opinion no. Answered by Nakisha Graciano 4 months ago.


Zolpidem tartrate?
i just took two zolpidem tartrate to see if it would make me sleep better and now i started feeling intoxicated and i cant remember things and i feel like im going to throw up. are these usual side effects? Asked by Caryn Skarzynski 4 months ago.

Zolpidem tartrate (aka Ambien) is a hypnotic (non-barbiturate) drug used for treatment of insomnia. Usual dosage is 10 mg right before bedtime. You probably took 20 mg, so its not unusual that you are feeling nauseous. It doesn't sound like you're having an allergic reaction, so I wouldn't worry. You definitely didn't take a harmful dose. Answered by Fredia Gilday 4 months ago.

No a 13 year old should not take zolpidem unless there is a rather extreme circumstance and a specialist pediatric doctor has instructed it. Zolpidem last about 5 hours in an adult. It is in fact some what shorter acting than 5 hours, but 5 is a good estimate. Adult dosages: With higher doses (>10mg), elimination time increases. However, in some unusual circumstances 20mg is administered to an ADULT, and they report no residual effects the next morning. 10mg in a CHILD may cause nausea; large doses in adults cause nausea. On the safe side, 5mg is a maximum dosage for children; maybe even 2.5mg would be effective. Realistically, 2.5mg should be tolerated fairly well in a child. Anything higher is highly unrecommended for children. Zopiclone is a quicker acting and weaker ZZZ drug, as is Zaleplon which are perhaps more suitable for children, but again, not recommended. Answered by Arlette Tomaino 4 months ago.

All of these symptoms are a side effect of the zolpidem tartrate. You should never take more than what the doctor prescribed for you! Now you just need to and sleep it off! Plus had you eaten anything before taking the medicine? On an empty stomach could be the nauseous feeling GO TO BED! Answered by Blanche Bayuk 4 months ago.


What is the difference between Zolpidem Tartrate and Zolpidem?
I know one is Generic and can be bought in other countries and the other is still holding a patent in the U.S, Asked by Alva Rule 4 months ago.

Zolpidem is the generic form of Ambien. There is an ER (extended release) form known as Ambien CR (controlled release). "tartrate" is just a term describing the "form" the drug comes in. Zolpidem (Ambien) comes as a tablet in tartrate form (in a salt form). I believe the tartrate form is the only form zolpidem and Ambien are manufactured...at least in the U.S. Thus Zolpidem and Zolpidem Tartrate are exactly the same thing and have the exact same effect on the body. Now then: In the U.S., only Ambien is available...the brand name, and this by prescription only. It is a Schedule IV drug, too...so the prescription can only be written by a practitioner with a DEA number (Drug Enforcement Agency). This is because it is potentially addictive and has high abuse potential. Outside the U.S., the generic form of Ambien is available....and this is called zolpidem (typically the Brand name is capitalized and the generic name is not, but this notation is not always followed by everybody). All brand name drugs can eventually be sold as the generic in the U.S. (if another competing company should so choose to manufacture it), after a certain number of years...and perhaps that will happen with Ambien in the future. But for all practical purposes: Ambien = Zolpidem = Zolpidem Tartrate Hope this helps! Answered by Donnetta Gardino 4 months ago.

What Is Zolpidem Tartrate Answered by Glenna Trindle 4 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What is the difference between Zolpidem Tartrate and Zolpidem? I know one is Generic and can be bought in other countries and the other is still holding a patent in the U.S, Answered by Adelaida Speake 4 months ago.

What Is Zolpidem Answered by Merideth Mannis 4 months ago.

Thank you so much for your help. It really answered the question I needed to know. Answered by Sparkle Emmette 4 months ago.


Help needed on sleeping pill (zolpidem tartrate)?
I was under anti-deps and sleeping pills for last 2 months. I gradually stopped the anti-deps, but am addicted to sleeping pill, i take 10mg zolpidem tartrate at night. From past 2 days, i am awakening all of a sudden in the morning, and not able to sleep again. In the day, I am getting a weird dizziness, whenever... Asked by Grant Mcelreath 4 months ago.

I was under anti-deps and sleeping pills for last 2 months. I gradually stopped the anti-deps, but am addicted to sleeping pill, i take 10mg zolpidem tartrate at night. From past 2 days, i am awakening all of a sudden in the morning, and not able to sleep again. In the day, I am getting a weird dizziness, whenever I move my head. It lasts for 2 seconds, but it feels like a mild shock going thru my brain. Am getting this sensation quite often, but am not into any big trouble till now. Is this is a side effect of the sleeping pill ? Answered by Loma Boutwell 4 months ago.

Hi, To be honest, no, this does not sound like a side-effect from Zolpidem. This sounds more like mild withdrawal symptoms from stopping anti-depressants suddenly. May I ask, how did you stop taking the anti-deps? Did you taper them slowly or did you stop suddenly? How long did you take to taper them? You've only taken anti-deps for 2 months so the withdrawals from stopping them may not last for very long (3-4 days or so) and may be mild depending on the anti-dep. But everyone responds differently to drugs so all in all, I suggest you see the doctor who prescribed you these meds and tell him/her about these symptoms if they are bothering you too much. Feel free to drop me a line if you need EDIT: That mild shock sensation that you were talking about.....it is something I have seen in people weaning off of anti-deps like Effexor (Venlafaxine). Answered by Shelley Chowdhury 4 months ago.

No a 13 year old should not take zolpidem unless there is a rather extreme circumstance and a specialist pediatric doctor has instructed it. Zolpidem last about 5 hours in an adult. It is in fact some what shorter acting than 5 hours, but 5 is a good estimate. Adult dosages: With higher doses (>10mg), elimination time increases. However, in some unusual circumstances 20mg is administered to an ADULT, and they report no residual effects the next morning. 10mg in a CHILD may cause nausea; large doses in adults cause nausea. On the safe side, 5mg is a maximum dosage for children; maybe even 2.5mg would be effective. Realistically, 2.5mg should be tolerated fairly well in a child. Anything higher is highly unrecommended for children. Zopiclone is a quicker acting and weaker ZZZ drug, as is Zaleplon which are perhaps more suitable for children, but again, not recommended. Answered by Ione Ehinger 4 months ago.

I took zolpidem for 3 years and felt that way in the start. Now it dosen't phase me or help me sleep due to the probability of a built up tolerance to it. I try ambien cr and nothing really on that. Then I got tried on lunesta and that works good. Answered by Royce Heusner 4 months ago.

What you are taking is generic Ambien . What you are describing are side effects of that drug. See your doctor and see if he can either lower the dosage or prescribe another sleep aid. I take this off and on and have never had any problems with just stopping, but check with your doctor first. Different people react differently to the same drug. Answered by Hollis Niece 4 months ago.

I think the first thing you should do is call your Dr to talk to him .If you stop taking some meds abruptly it could cause problems also..your Dr would be able to tell you what to do. He should be your first call. Answered by Deeanna Zusman 4 months ago.

This is definately one for your doctor, not us lot I'm afraid. Answered by Mistie Ackman 4 months ago.

how about warm milk? You'll get depended on those things. I was. Answered by Catharine Parrales 4 months ago.

yes it has happened to me.....see a doctor immediatly, no joke Answered by Lindy Mahaxay 4 months ago.


Zolpidem tartrate 10mg (ambien) over dose? effects?
I'm doing a little research for something in school about different types of drugs and everything anyway I was just wondering how many of those pills someone would need to take in order to feel like they need medical help. Person 1: girl, around 5'9 and 120lbs Person 2: boy, around 5'9 and... Asked by Nicki Hurrington 4 months ago.

I'm doing a little research for something in school about different types of drugs and everything anyway I was just wondering how many of those pills someone would need to take in order to feel like they need medical help. Person 1: girl, around 5'9 and 120lbs Person 2: boy, around 5'9 and 125lbs Both are 15, how many 10mg pills would one need to take? If one should accidentally over dose, what do they need to do? Wait and see if they feel like they need medical help, or go immediately to the ER call poison control? What are the side effects? (not the severe ones but the ones you get if you do overdose) what symptoms should you watch out for? Can ambien be a potentially harmful drug if abused? Answered by Marceline Clemence 4 months ago.

Questions like this appear periodically and are NEVER related to school work! The 2 individuals are nearly identical medically. In cases of overdose involving zolpidem tartrate alone or with other CNS-depressant agents (including alcohol), impairment of consciousness ranging from somnolence to coma, and more severe symptomatology, including fatal outcomes have been reported. General symptomatic and supportive measures should be used. If there is no advantage in emptying the stomach, activated charcoal should be given to reduce absorption. Sedating drugs should be withheld even if excitation occurs. Use of flumazenil may be considered where serious symptoms are observed. Flumazenil is reported to have an elimination half-life of about 40 to 80 minutes. Patients should be kept under close observation because of this short duration of action; further doses of flumazenil may be necessary. However, flumazenil administration may contribute to the appearance of neurological symptoms (convulsions). Answered by Debrah Angelos 4 months ago.


What is zolpidem tartrate for?
what do yu take zolpidem tartrate for? Asked by Maryam Molitoris 4 months ago.

This is generic ambien. You take it for insomnia. Answered by Eladia Dimmick 4 months ago.


Will ambien (zolpidem tartrate) show up on a drug test (sap 10)?
Asked by Paige Dinkens 4 months ago.

A drug test that tests specifically for ambien, yes. A standard drug test, no. The metabolites that Zolpidem mainly passes through the urine are 2-aminopyridine and α-bromoacetophenone. These are not metabolites of standard illicit substances, including benzodiazepines and barbiturates. Here is what types of drugs the test will test for: Marijuana Cocaine PCP Opiates Methadone Amphetamine Methamphetamine Barbiturates Benzodiazepines Tricyclic antidepressants Zolpidem isn't in any of these classes of drugs. Answered by Jarvis Drzewiecki 4 months ago.

Zolpidem Metabolites Answered by Myong Mikuszewski 4 months ago.


Can people die from taking stilnoct (zolpidem tartrate) sleeping pills?
Asked by Colleen Cobham 4 months ago.

People can die from anything, however the likely hood of death from zolpidem is almost none. The only way you could realistically die would be due to a massive anaphylactoid reaction due to a severe allergy. Millions of people have taken zolpidem and only a few dozen have died and nearly all those that died were polysubstance drug abusers (ie they mixed multiple drugs like Heroin, Valium, amphetamine, diphenhydramine, and zolpidem). Answered by Stephnie Keeny 4 months ago.


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