- Apr 14, 2020
I've heard it's a wonder drug when it comes to sleep but also causes strange hallucinations, sleepwalking, and amnesia.
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Yeah I used to abuse it and stay up. Very weird drug. My mom was prescribed them for a long time and had all of your symptoms you listed. Now she is off of them and can’t sleep anymore. Don’t accidentally burn down your house cooking in your sleep!I've heard it's a wonder drug when it comes to sleep but also causes strange hallucinations, sleepwalking, and amnesia.
I approve this since I lived it on both sides of the mirror. I hurt the feelings of a good friend who was confiding in me while I was not under control to provide feedback and assistance due to Zolpidem. That night it took me by surprise. I realised only a few days later that I messed up.*raises hand*
Amnesia is still a very regular experience for me, even after almost 2 years of frequent use. Like, when I wake up the next morning after taking the drug, I have a hard time remembering what I did the evening before. And then I check my chatlogs with other people and well... I can't say I'm coherent all the time. Sometimes I'd literally talk gibberish without noticing it. That's always a surprise for the next morning. It's quite funny chatting with people who just took ambien and trying to decrypt their messages. I could show you some funny screenshots of my nonsense.
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