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Although Ambien is not technically a benzodiazepine, it is often associated with benzos as it is designed to do much of the same things when taken. For this reason, the dangers of addiction, side effects, and withdrawals of Ambien are similar as well.
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Ambien is a sedative-hypnotic drug that is meant to make its users fall asleep. Even though it has been tested and refined in laboratories and it earned approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it can still be dangerous.
Ambien abuse can cause a variety of health side effects, such as:
Severe cases of Ambien addiction can cause throat and sinus damage and infections. If you have used Ambien and are now experiencing pain in your nose, throat, or sinuses, then you should speak with your doctor right away. We do not recommend stopping the use of any prescription medication without talking to your doctor.