Citation: peter D.. "Solved a Problem, Only to Forget the Problem: An Experience with Zolpidem (exp66685)". Erowid.org. Apr 29, 2018. erowid.org/exp/66685
Looking back on other stories ppl have posted, I find they all miss the factor of reality. I took 2 ambiens about 25 mins. Ago, so I thouhg, why not let you read the 'semi' rants of someone currently on it. The best way to see what a drug does to you, without actually taking it, is to watch a friend on the drug. Reading my note will allow you to see inside the mind of a person who used ambien. I took two with no intention of sleeping. Nothing good was on tv, so I am having my own adventure wandering my house. I ilke good tv programs on the pill, but they are better if I have seen the episode before because I might trail in and out. Thoughts get jambled.... At one point I feel as though I just solved a problem, only to forget the problem. And now movement is tricky, its almost like at one point I may be laying on my arm. Then, a little bit later my body notices that it was on my arm. One time I forgot that I was wearing covers in bed, and tried to get up. It was strange, shaking off sheets that I didnt know were on my. END
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