I need to be in court Thursday for something I believe I did while asleep after taking Zolpidem. I am wondering if anyone can give me information on other cases where Zolpidem has caused a defendent to do something they would not have normally done, and have no recollection of doing?
You can look up zolpidem or Ambien on wikipedia, or search the newspaper.
This is from Australia's warnings:
ZOLPIDEM MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH UNUSUAL AND POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS
BEHAVIOURS WHILST APPARENTLY ASLEEP.
Sleep walking, driving motor
vehicles and other unusual and on
some occasions dangerous
behaviours whilst apparently asleep.
These have also included preparing
and eating food, making phone calls
or having sexual intercourse. People
experiencing these effects have had
no memory of the events.
Alcohol can increase the risk of sleep
walking and other related behaviours.
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