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What is the difference between Ambien and Trazodone?

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Zolpidem/ Ambien is a prescription medication used for the short-term treatment of insomnia, as well as some brain disorders. Ambien CR is a sedative-hypnotic drug used to treat patients with insomnia and other problems with sleeping like maintaining sleep. Any comments?

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  1. Esmeralda says:

    A sedative or tranquilizer (or tranquilliser, see American and British English spelling differences) is a substance that induces sedation by reducing irritability or

  2. Kasandra says:

    What are some really good prescriptions For Insomnia besides-Ambien,Lunesta,Trazodone&Amitrip tylin?

  3. Hillary says:

    Omg!! I would not try this but trazodone is non narcotic so you could probaly leave that one out! and you would def be passed out or dead! More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_consequences_can_occur_by_taking_morphine_trazodone_vicodin_and_ambien

  4. Lynsey says:

    Ambien (zolpidem) is a simple dose. The "CR" designates a timed release. The idea is that zolpidem enters and leaves the system quickly, so some people fall asleep fast and wake up quickly. The CR dosage is released over time, intended to g… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_difference_between_Ambien_and_Ambien_CR

  5. Isa says:

    can i take ambien and trazodone together (0 replies). Ambien and trazodone. Oct 24, 2008 what is the difference between ambien and

  6. Josephine says:

    Trazodone, which is also marketed under the brand name Desyrel, is an antidepressant Ambien, chemically known as zolpidem, is a sleeping pill that is sometimes sugar can make the difference between enjoying life or facing debilitative. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_5295622_medications-treat-stress.html

  7. frances kakugawa says:

    Read the effects of Ambien on my blog. I did sleep driving and had total amnesia. This is part of it’s side effects. I’m told trazodone is similar to Ambien. Both affect memory and dementia.

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