Zolpidem vs xanax

Common Questions and Answers about Zolpidem vs xanax

ambien

if midnight rolls around and i am still not asleep i take 2.5mg zolpidem. i find that i am using the zolpidem more frequently as time goes on and am concerned that i will get addicted to the zolpidem. one good thing that has come out of this treatment is i no longer have the muscle cramps that would wake me up.
Klonopin, Ativan and Xanax are all much more potent than Valium (equivalents given in Manual). Xanax and Ativan are relatively rapidly eliminated. Klonopin has a half life of 18 to 50 hours compared to Valium's 200 hours, so Klonopin cannot be called long-acting. The suggestion that "Klonopin is the only long-acting benzo that is able to cover Klonopin receptors" is nonsense. There are no such things as just Klonopin receptors, as explained above.
, in my own personal experience, darvocet was an appropriate choice for me, because i had already tried suboxone, and the suboxone was too much like methadone FOR ME i do not speak for anyone other than myself, when i compare detox from suboxone vs.
i was heavily addicted to heroin and oxycontin, along with any other pill to potentiate them,along with anything else i could possibly stick up my nose(xanax,ambien,valium,klonopins,adderall,focalin,ritalin,hydroxyzine,baclofen,somas,etc.)..i was totally out of control for over two years. When I couldnt find any H or OC's I would resort to doctor shopping all around the southern region of wisconsin, ending up with a total of over 55 urgent cares, clinics, and hospitals with bills.
As to what is normal. The doctor is correct. Age plays a factor. Download the Age vs (Average) Testosterone chart in the Files area. If you look it over you will see that at your level it would be "normal" but you would need to be over 100 years old! Not good. The average normal level at your age is over 600 ng/dL and the current thinking from the AACE guidelines is that levels under 325 ng/dL are the new treatment (or further diagnosis at least) indicated.
MedHelp Health Answers