EDLUAR Reviews

Average Rating: 5.0 (2 Ratings)

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 5  RLS makes it hard to fall asleep None. Sometimes I don't stay in bed / sleep as long as recommended so I'm a little out of it for a couple hours when I wake up, and that's my fault. But that feeling is very mild. Doc prescribed ambien first. When I told him I had to take two for it to work he prescribed Edluar. Pretty powerful. Echo previous poster: be laying in bed ready to sleep when you take it. I don't take it every night. I'm not sure that'd be a good idea. Like previous poster, I have good insurance, otherwise I wouldn't buy it. I believe it's a couple hundo for 30 before ins. I pay $35. Thanks, Obama! M 40 3 years
10 MG 1X D
2/15/2015
 5  Difficulty falling asleep None. Taste isn't great but I don't really care... Edluar is sublingual Zolpidem (Ambien). It works quickly and reliably. Like it a lot. Make sure you are already lying in bed when you take it - it kicks in within 10 minutes. Sometimes I wake up at night because I am lying on my iPad. Please only take it when you are ready to sleep. Great medication but expensive. There is no generic yet. Glad I have good health insurance. F 42 3 months
10mg 1X D
2/29/2012
  

EDLUAR  (ZOLPIDEM TARTRATE):  Zolpidem is used to treat a certain sleep problem (insomnia). If you have trouble falling asleep, it helps you fall asleep faster, so you can get a better night's rest. Zolpidem belongs to a class of drugs called sedative-hypnotics. It acts on your brain to produce a calming effect. Use of this medication is usually limited to short treatment periods of 1 to 2 weeks or less. If your insomnia continues for a longer time, talk to your doctor to see if you need other treatment.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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