Bernard Smith
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Uses of Tramadol And Ambien

What is Tramadol?

Tramadol is a pain killer that is prescribed for short-term relief of moderate to severe pain. You can take tramadol when other types of pain medicines have not been successful to relieve pain. Tramadol is a synthetic opioid and it works between brain and spinal cord to remove pain. It is not suggested for the treatment of chronic pain.

How You Should Take Tramadol?

You should not take tramadol without doctor’s recommendation. You must follow the directions on prescription and read all medication guides. You should not take tramadol in large quantity or for a longer time. Consult your doctor about it.

Never share tramadol with drug addiction persons. Improper use can cause addiction, overdose and death. Before start taking tramadol you should stop uses of all opioid medications. It is fine to take tramadol with or without food, but take it the same way each time.

What You Should Not Use While Taking Tramadol?
Don’t drink alcohol. It has dangerous side effects that can lead to death. Avoid driving because dizziness and drowsiness can lead to falls, accidents, and serious injuries.

Tramadol Side Effect

You should get emergency help immediately if you see signs of allergic reaction to tramadol (hives, difficulty in breathing, swelling on face and throat) and severe skin reaction (eyes burning, fever, sore throat, skin rashes red and purple). Tramadol can reduce or stop your breathing and in this circumstances death may occur. Your caring person should give you naloxone and seek medical attention instantly if you feel sow breathing along with long pauses.
Common Side Effect of Tramadol
Constipation, nausea and vomiting, pain in stomach, feeling itchy, tiredness or headache are some of the common side effects of tramadol.

What Is Ambien?

Ambien is a sedative (also known as a hypnotic). Zolpidem affects brain chemicals that may be unbalanced in people who have sleep problems (insomnia). Ambien is used for the treatment of insomnia. This tablet is used to aid you fall asleep when you first move towards bed. The Ambien CR, the extended-release form, which has a first layer that dissolves instantly and help you fall asleep and a second layer that dissolves slowly to help you to stay asleep. Your doctor will tell you which form of ambien is suitable for you.
Before Taking Ambien It is not suitable for you if you are allergic to zolpidem. Ambien may contain lactose. Anyone under the age of 18 is not allowed to use ambien. To ensure that this medication is safe for you, inform your doctor if you have ever had:
Mental illness, suicidal ideation and depression.

Lung disease
Breathing problems
breathing stop while sleeping (sleep apnea)
Kidney and liver diseases
If you take ambien in the last three month of pregnancy, you can see drowsiness and breathing problems in your newborn.

How Should You Take Ambien?
You should take ambien on the recommendation of doctors. You must follow all the direction on your prescription label. Don’t try to use this medicine in larger amount. If anyone has same symptoms you have, don’t give him/her this medicine. Improper use of this medicine can result serious side effects.
If you do not have full 7 to 8 hours to sleep, don’t use this medication. Ambien can be used for short-term only. If you don’t see improvement in your insomnia symptoms, consult your doctor. Don’t use ambien for longer than 4 to 5 weeks without your doctor’s suggestion.
An Ambien CR tablet should not be crushed, chewed, or broken. Take the pill whole. Do not freeze this medicine and store at room temperature away from heat and moisture.