Zolpidem (Ambien) is a popular generic medication prescribed for the treatment of insomnia. This drug belongs to a class of drugs called sedative-hypnotics. Zolpidem 10 MG is mostly used for short-term sleeping problems. It works by slowing certain activity in the brain to help patients fall asleep.
Zolpidem will work faster if taken immediately after a meal or without a meal. Patients can search PharmacyChecker for discounts available on Zolpidem available at local U.S. pharmacies. Zolpidem 10 MG costs about 90% less than brand-name Ambien. It’s usually cheaper in the U.S. than what you would pay in Canada. Zolpidem sold in the U.S. is manufactured in Jordan, India, the U.S. (New York), Taiwan, and other countries.
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