There might already be a thread of this nature but I felt as this would be an appropriate forum. I am well aware of the behavior side effects of Ambien but does anyone, perhaps with clinical training, have any hypotheses as to the causation of Ambien's atypical behavior as a sleep-aid compared to say, Temazepam (another common sleep aid). I know Ambien has a unique chemical structure, do we have any analytical chemists in the house who might be able to shed light on how this contributes to perhaps some unusual pharmacodynamics (action of the drug on the body) such that bizarre side effects occur regularly, and they seem to have some common threads; phone calls made unexpectedly, unusual eating, and unusual trips to strange places stand out in my mind as characteristic Ambien behaviors. Also I hae seen many reports of full on hallucinations induced by Ambien. Does anyone have any thoughts on the clinical/biochemical basis for these reactions to the drug?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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