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EDLUAR sublingual tablets contain the active ingredient zolpidem tartrate. With its proven ability to be effective, zolpidem tartrate has been helping patients get to sleep for over a decade. EDLUAR sublingual tablets dissolve under your tongue without drinking water or any liquids.
Allergic reactions such as sudden trouble breathing or swelling of your tongue or throat may occur and, in rare cases may be fatal. If you have an allergic reaction while using EDLUAR (zolpidem tartrate), do not take another dose and contact your doctor immediately.
Sleepwalking, eating, driving or doing other activities while you're not fully awake may occur, and you might not remember doing these things. Also, changes in behavior such as being more outgoing or aggressive than normal, confusion, agitation, and hallucinations may occur.
EDLUAR can impair your alertness and motor coordination. Therefore, when taking EDLUAR, don't drive or operate machinery until you are fully awake.
In patients with depression, worsening of depression (including suicidal thoughts, actions, and completed suicides) may occur. If your depression worsens, contact your doctor immediately.
Other reported side effects include next-day drowsiness, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and drugged feelings.
If you have any side effects that concern you, be sure to call your doctor right away. After you stop taking EDLUAR, you may have symptoms for 1 to 2 days, such as trouble sleeping, nausea and vomiting, flushing, lightheadedness, and nervousness.
Be sure to follow these important instructions:
|Patients||How To Take EDLUAR|
|Adults||10 mg once daily, immediately before bedtime|
|For elderly or debilitated patients,
or people with liver disease
|5 mg once daily, immediately before bedtime|