Buy Ambien® / Belbien® online no Rx
A class of drugs called sedative/hypnotics or sleep medicines.
Ambien (Stilnox is the brandname used for Ambien outside the US) is in a class of drugs called sedative-hypnotics. It affects chemicals in your brain that may become unbalanced and cause sleep problems (insomnia: difficulty going to sleep, staying asleep, or both). It works by slowing activity in your brain and this allows for you to enter and remain in a state of sleep.
In the pharmacies below you can order Ambien online
Ambien (Stilnox, Zolpidem) is in a class of drugs called sedative/hypnotics or sleep medicines. Ambien aids in relaxation and helps to induce sleep. It is used to treat sleep disorders such as difficulty falling asleep, waking up on several occasions during the night, or waking up too early in the morning. This medication is usually limited to short treatment periods of 1 to 2 weeks or less. Longer-term use must be carefully monitored by a doctor.
Do not take Ambien if you are allergic to zolpidem or any of the inactive ingredients in the formulations. If you experience any of the following allergic reaction contact your emergency service immediately: swelling of the tongue and throat.
Tell your doctor your medical history before you take Ambien. Be certain to inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions: kidney disease, liver disease, depression, thoughts of suicide, a history of sleepwalking, a history of drugs or alcohol abuse, a certain muscle disease (myasthenia gravis), lung or breathing problems (such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or sleep apnea).
Consult your doctor before using Ambien while you are pregnant. There are no controlled data in human pregnancy for Ambien. Chronic use of hypnotics drugs like Ambien during advanced pregnancy may be connected to neonatal withdrawal symptoms. Ambien is a FDA pregnancy category C and is only recommended for use during pregnancy when benefit outweighs risk. Do not take Ambien while pregnant without talking to a doctor first.
Zolpidem can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing baby. Tell your doctor if you are breast-feeding a baby.
Avoid alcohol while taking Ambien as alcohol may increase the effect of drowsiness and fatigue. Within 7 to 8 hours of taking Ambien, do not undertake activities that demand mental alertness or coordination, like driving a motor vehicle or operating machinery.
Ambien can cause dependence. Higher doses then recommended or using it for a longer time than your doctor stipulates may be dangerous, as Ambien may be habit-forming. Do not stop the medication abruptly without talking to your doctor as you may experience withdrawal symptoms. Keep Ambien in a safe place as it is a controlled substance and should not be abused.
Ambien has not been proven to be safe or effective in children younger than 18 years of age.
Call you emergency services right away if you have difficulty breathing, swelling of your tongue, throat, or face, severe confusion, hallucinations or nausea and vomiting after taking Ambien.
Some people using Ambien have undertaken activity such as walking, eating, driving, making phone calls, or having sex and later they have no memory of undertaking any such activity. If this happens, stop taking Ambien and talk with your doctor immediately about an alternative treatment.
Take this medication orally on an empty stomach as prescribed by your doctor, normally once a night. As Ambien works rapidly, take it just before bed.
Take Ambien exactly as the doctor prescribes. Do not modify your dose in any way; do not increase it, use it for longer, or take it more often, than prescribed. Do not take more than 10 milligrams a day.
Refrain from taking a dose of Ambien unless you have time for at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep. If you sleep for less than 7 hours you may have difficulty undertaking activities that demand alertness (i.e. driving or operating machinery) and may suffer from memory loss.
As Ambien is generally taken only to help you sleep, a missed dose will not do any harm.