The withdrawal process from sleeping pills usually lasts three weeks and is accompanied by: anxiety, body spasms, delirium, insomnia, and seizures. Learn more what to expect during the sleeping pill withdrawal process.
Symptoms to expect during Ambien detox include rebound insomnia, changes in appetite, and mood changes. More on how to prepare for detox from Ambien and its symptoms here.
During Ambien detox, you can expect the recurrence of insomnia, as well as abdominal and muscle cramps, vomiting and tremors, or nervousness and panic attacks. More on how to treat these symptoms here.
It can be dangerous to withdraw from Ambien cold turkey. Learn more about withdrawal protocols, tapering, and how avoid cold turkey Ambien withdrawal here.
Should you detox from Ambien at home or in a clinic? We review Ambien detox symptoms, time and treatment here. Plus, a section for your questions about detox from Ambien at the end.
Ambien withdrawal can last for several weeks after peak symptoms have resolved. Get an Ambien withdrawal timeline here.
The safest way to stop Ambien is by gradually reducing (tapering) dose. Experts suggest a taper schedule of gradual reduction and then withholding an Ambien dose every other day or every third day. Learn more about the principles and protocol behind Ambien cessation here.