Were you looking for information about Ambien Withdrawal? Ambien withdrawl is a common misspelling of Ambien withdrawal.
It is possible to experience withdrawal from Ambien® (zolpidem tartrate) if you stop taking the medication too abruptly. Withdrawal symptoms may occur with both long-term and short-term use of the sleep aid. Possible signs of Ambien withdrawal include nausea, fatigue, insomnia, and stomach cramps.
In most cases, these symptoms improve with time, without the need for any treatment. For more severe cases, your healthcare provider may return you to your original Ambien dosage and wean you off the medicine slowly.
(Click Ambien Withdrawal for a more complete list of symptoms that may occur during withdrawal from Ambien and for information on what you should do if withdrawal symptoms occur.)