Looking for Alternatives to Ambien?
If you are looking for safe alternatives to Ambien, then you found the right article. Be sure to read to the end.
Ambien is a over the counter sedative used for people with sleeping problems. It is only recommended for a short-term use up to six weeks for the treatment of insomnia. The problem is most people prescribed Ambien usually still need treatment with the help of sleep aids.
Ambien also can cause side effects such as daytime sleepiness, headache, nausea, and diarrhea. When I was taking Ambien, I also found that it was extremely hard to wake up in the mornings. Missing my alarm cloak causing me to be late to work. This led me to start looking for an alternative sleeping pill. I wanted to find something that was safe for my health. So the search begin.
Alternatives to Ambien for sleep.
When I first starting looking for alternatives, I first focused my attention on natural medicine such as Melatonin. I found it was not a suitable solution because I found I had to take 20 mg or more! Costing me to throw away a lot of money. So I headed to my local CVS and found over the counter sleep aids. While they worked great at first, over time I built a tolerance also causing me to throw away more money. So the search continued.
Here are some alternatives you can try:
- Sonata (zaleplon) Prescription
- Lunesta (eszopiclone) Prescription
- Unisom (doxylamine) Prescription or OTC. …
- Rozerem (ramelteon) Prescription only.
- Melatonin OTC
Natural Sleep Aid
As my search continued, I eventually found RestUp™. I figured I would give it a shot considering it had great reviews. I ordered my first bottle with a free trial.
This seemed like a great alternative to Ambien due to its natural non-habit ingredients.
L-THEANINE: Metabolizes into the main inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA; high levels have been shown to help with mood, sleep, concentration and weight.
5-HTP: Your body uses 5-HTP to make serotonin, which it uses to elevate your mood. Eventually, your body turns it into Melatonin to regulate your sleep patterns.
MELATONIN: Your body depends on melatonin to regulate your circadian rhythm. At night, your melatonin levels increase to prepare your body for sleep and promote drowsiness.
As I waited for the bottle to arrive, I slowly stopped taking my other sleeping aid. (Just for personal reasons)
After receiving my RestUp™, I begin taking it that night.
It helped me relax and rest my racing mind while falling asleep. I haven’t had to increase my dosage causing me to buy more and more over time. I also didn’t have any issues waking up feeling tired or sluggish.
In conclusion, I highly recommend RestUp™ for an alternative to Ambien, but always use your best judgement. This article is not intended as medical advice. Always consult with a doctor before switching or using medicine.