Best Sleeping Pill Ambien Jar

Sugar Scrub Spa Gift

There are two recipes for sugar scrubs, the Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub and the Sweet N' Spicy Brown Sugar Scrub. A great and unique teacher gift or bridesmaid gift. Find the instructions and recipes at Tidy Mom.

Valentine Gift Jar

For an inexpensive, yet cute gift for office mates, make these attractive Valentine gift jars. Find the instructions at The frugal Girls.COM.

Just the right size for gifts in a jar that call for pint sized jars.

Soup Mix in a Jar

Soup mix in a jar would be a welcome gift for someone who has just moved into a new home or as a shower gift for newly weds. Find the directions and list of ingredients at AllFreeCrafts.com.

Air Freshener

This would be a thoughtful gift to give to a teacher or as a housewarming gift. Go to Cheap Crafty Mama for the instructions.

Older Than Dirt

Do you need a gag gift for someone's birthday? This idea from simply {kierste} will get lots of laughs.

Cowgirl Cookies

Everything that you need to know to make this yummy cookies in a jar gift is explained at Bakerella.

Hot Chocolate

A nice steaming cup of hot chocolate is always a welcome gift. You'll find the free printables and instructions at how does she?

Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub

I love the fresh smell of lemon, so this recipe looks especially good to me. See how this lemon sugar hand scrub is made by finding the recipe and instructions at the DIY Panda.

Crisp in a Jar

I'm afraid these would never make it out of my house, I'd have them eaten. Find the recipe and instructions for the crisp in a jar at Wendolonia.

This is the one if you need a half pint sized jar.

Candle Jars

Candles are always a welcome gift as well as being something to make for yourself. Go to Spoonful for the instructions.

Spa in a Jar

A great gift idea for a bridesmaid, graduate, birthday girl or teacher. Go to The Gunny Sack for what to include in the jar.

Pie in a Jar

Because canning jars can be put in the freezer and in the oven, you can make pie in a jar. Find out how to make these pies by going to OUR BEST BITES.

Oatmeal Bath

There is nothing as soothing as an oatmeal bath. To make a jar gift of oatmeal bath, go to Davet designs for the directions.

365 Things We Love About You

An idea for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Christmas for mom or dad. A jar full of reasons why he or she is loved. See how this was made by going to The Princess and the Tot. Use this idea for any occasion for any one.

Love You to Pieces

Love you to pieces with Reece's pieces in this instance. The frugal Girls.COM shows you how to make this gift in a jar.

Bath Fizzies

An attractive and thoughtful gift. Martha Stewart has the instructions for these bath fizzies.

A beautifully shaped jar to use with gift in a jar.

Cookies For Santa

Santa, and everyone else will enjoy the cookies made from a cookies in a jar gift. You'll find the instructions and recipe at Make It Do.

Bath Salts

Save unique bottles to use making these bath salts as gifts. Go to my own ideas for the bath salt recipe.

Sunshine Cookies

Surprise a teacher or co-worker with an appreciation gift of cookies in a jar. Find the instructions at eat at Allie's.

Salted Caramel Sauce

Imagine wrapping a jar of salted caramel sauce, two red apples and two green apples in a clear bag to present as a gift. RECIPE girl gives pictured instructions.

Homemade Vanilla Extract

One of the nicest gifts you can give someone that likes to cook or bake, is homemade vanilla extract. Find out how to make it by going to the Homemade Gifts Made Easy site.

Beefy Bean Soup Mix

Although soup is good any time of year, it seems to go best during the winter months. Make and give jars of beefy bean soup mix, you'll find the directions at Delish.

Pamper Yourself

Another great idea to show someone how much you appreciate what they do for you. Find the instructions for making this gift in a jar at The frugal Girls.COM.

Spiced Tea

This spiced tea is so delicious and anyone would appreciate a jar of it. Find the recipe at Sing FOR YOUR SUPPER.

Mexican Hot Cocoa Mix

You'll find the recipe and instructions for this gift in a jar at Craft Night With Stacy.

Pancake Mix

Take a gift of pancake mix with you when you visit a family member or friend. Go to The frugal Girls.COM for the recipe and directions.

A nice, attractive jar to present your gift in.

Montreal Steak Spice

A great gift for dad or anyone who like to barbeque. Go to AllFreeCrafts.com for a list of the ingredients and instructions.

Curried Lentil Soup

A perfect one of a kind gift. Find the recipe and instructions at Good Housekeeping.

Punk Rock Cookies

Have the kids help when making gifts in a jar. They'll see how satisfying it is to make, rather than buy, gifts. Go to the POST PUNK KITCHEN site for the instructions.

Foot and Body Scrub

You'll want to save any uniquely shaped jars you come across because they make perfect containers for gift jars. The frugal Girls.COM will tell you how to make the foot and body scrub shown above.

Sweet Ginger Skin Polish

A beautiful way to show your mom or sister in law how much you appreciate them. Go to my own ideas to see how this great gift is made.

Bubble Bath For the Bridesmaids

Think how special the person you gift this to will feel when they find out you made it for them yourself. Find the instructions for making this bubble bath at Best Bib and Tucker.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Have you ever slept walked/ talked when using Ambien?
    Does anyone have any stories of sleep walking talking texing. I have issues with sleeping and I answer the phone when I am sleeping, call people when I am sleeping, text people when I was sleeping, and its kinda embarrassing. I am starting to see someone and he will think I am crazy. any suggestions on what might help. I have been hiding my when I take my medicine. I am falling asleep now and this might make this not to make sense...staying up when you have taken the pill is really weird... Ok give me some stories.

    • ANSWER:
      I ate a whole jar of peanut butter and 6 Little Debbie Oatmeal Cakes. Switch to Lunesta.

  2. QUESTION:
    Always tired no matter how much I sleep?
    Im 16 and I almost always go to sleep at a reasonable time like 10-10:30 and wake up at 6-6:30. I have had issues in the past with my sleep to the point where I would wake up and would have intense headaches and couldn't even go to school. At first I thought that this was normal since most people always want that last 10 minutes of sleep, so I didnt say anything but it eventually got to be too much. The first night I took one melatonin and when I woke up the next morning it was literally like i had just slept my entire life. I saw things clearer, payed MUCH better attention and was ridiculously energetic in the morning. After that first day, the only time I would feel like this was after I added one more pill. At one point I was taking 4 of them and I realized that it was counter-productive. I went to my pediatrician who prescribed multiple medicines (at separate visits) including ambien and lunesta. Lunesta "worked". The reason I have it in quotes is because it would put me to sleep and I would wake up pretty tired but not as bad as before. Eventually my body became way too dependant on the pills and I stopped them by decreasing my dose gradually throughout a week. Since then, I have tried taking 1 or 2 melatonin but they only make it worse in the morning. Now, when I first wake up I have a decent amount of energy for about 5 minutes and then it hits me like a truck. I am all of the sudden tired again. I then feel sleepy and tired throughout the rest of the day up until the point that I go to sleep at night and then it starts all over again. I have tried every sleeping cycle change imaginable, and have visited a doctor about it as well who didnt seem to want to do anything but a sleep test which I wouldnt be able to do. I thought it might be allergies, and tried some allergy medication a few times but it isnt. My mom has anemia, and a while back they did blood tests and said that I didn't. I havent gotten a good night of sleep for about 2 years now and I will do anything to get back to the way I used to be. If i nap after school whether it be for a half and hour or 3 hours, I wake up feeling COMPLETELY out of it. I have absolutely no idea what is going on around me for the rest of the night, and cant even do my homework. I always feel like I am looking down on myself doing things like I'm in a movie. Anyone who has any hint as to what this might be so I can take a step in the right direction, PLEASE let me know. Thanks for your help
    First of all, I wanted to thank you very much for taking the time to write that answer. It really makes a difference. I definitely will try no TV, since I do watch it every single night before bed, but when I dont have something stimulating my mind, I can't stop thinking about everything. I am the type of person who literally will not stop double-checking things in my head and thinking about little things that happened during the day. I'm definitely hopeful with the TV solution since I have watched it every single night before bed and it could definitely be the problem. Thanks again, I really appreciate it

    • ANSWER:
      This may be a lifestyle problem, instead of a health problem.

      Here's some things you may or may not have done:
      - Drink milk (Preferably warm, there is a chemical in milk that is released when heated).
      - Sleep for at least 8 hours a day.
      - Create a daily routine, even on weekends.
      - Take 15 minute naps once or twice during the day.

      If you always have to wake up at the same time in the morning then change the time you go to sleep. If you still feel tired when going to bed at 10PM then try 9:30PM and keep going to bed earlier until you find the right time. Going to bed early doesn't make you 'childish'.

      It may also be the environment yo are trying to sleep in.
      Is your bed large enough? You should have enough room to stretch and turn comfortably.

      Keep the noise level down. Too much noise?loud outside conversations, televisions blaring, music, traffic?can make it difficult to sleep well. If outside noise can?t be blocked, try masking it with a fan, white noise, or recordings of soothing sounds. Earplugs may also help.

      Keep your room dark during sleep hours. When it?s time to sleep, make sure that your environment is dark. Even dim lights?especially those from TV or computer screens?can confuse the body clock. Heavy shades can help block light from windows, or you can try an eye mask to cover your eyes.

      Room temperature and ventilation. If you can, experiment with the room temperature. Most people sleep best in a slightly cooler room with adequate ventilation. Check your windows and doors to make sure that drafts are not interfering with sleep.

      Reserve your bed for sleeping. If you associate your bed with events like work or errands, it will only make it harder to wind down at night. Use your bed only for sleep.

      DON'T watch television before you go to bed. Many people use the television to fall asleep or relax at the end of the day. You may even have a television in your bedroom. However, television actually stimulates the mind, rather than relaxing it:

      Late night news or prime time shows frequently have disturbing, violent material. Even non-violent programming can have commercials which are jarring and louder than the actual program.

      Light and noise. The continuous flickering light coming from the TV (or a computer screen) can interfere with the body?s clock, which is sensitive to any light. Television is also noisy, which can disturb sleep if the set is accidentally left on.

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      Do you find yourself unable to sleep or waking up night after night? Residual stress, worry, and anger from your day can make it very difficult to sleep well. When you wake up or can?t get to sleep, take note of what seems to be the recurring theme. That will help you figure out what you need to do to get your stress and anger under control during the day.

      If you have anymore questions, just edit your question and add them to the bottom.

      **********
      EDIT: I used to have a problem of sleeping, I would wake up a number of times during the night and find myself absolutely shattered during the day. I found it wasn't the drugs that helped me but the environmental things. Such as, I wouldn't watch TV if I was about to go to bed. I would make sure I didn't have Tea or Coffee and NO energy drinks. I would also listen to music to help me go to sleep.

      I think you will find that it make take a while for you to get back to a normal sleeping pattern. But you WILL get there, it's about finding what your body wants.

      If you have anymore questions don't hesitate to ask!
      **********

      Thanks - I hope I could help a little,
      Jamie.

  3. QUESTION:
    Family guy question for a part I don't get.?
    In the episode where Chris becomes popular and Stewie is hooked on steriods there's a part where Meg is crying because she doesn't get invited to a party (that was at her own house) and Lois tries to cheer her but gets fed up with her saying, "Ok look Meg, we've been at this for 45 minutes I don't know what else I can say. Here's a Sylvia Plath book and a bottle of Ambien. I'm gonna look the other way and whatever happens happens.?

    So my question is what is the Sylvia Plath book and the bottle of Ambien going to do to her?

    • ANSWER:
      Sylvia Plath wrote a book called The Bell Jar, which is about a girl who gets depressed and ends up trying to kill herself by overdosing on pills. Ambien is a sleeping pill. So, I'm assuming Lois was implying that Meg should read the book and get an idea from it.

  4. QUESTION:
    Ladies! What would you do? (LONG set up)?
    Back story:

    Part 1
    I am a medicated insomniac. I take Ambien. The first year or so; he could have been doing major construction in the bedroom and I wouldn't have been the wiser.

    When 1 pill wasn't working as well, I started taking half of another, and then the other half (a no no, I know).

    Now that I'm preggers, I stick to the one (and my OBGYN is probably going to frown on that; but girl needs her sleep u know?)

    Part 2: Boy likes a lot of distraction around him, especially at bedtime. Fans, tv (he cannot be in a room without some sort of screen or another), tossing, turning, discussing foreign politics, sex, you name it. If it's possibly going to keep my brain active, then he needs it to fall asleep.
    I need: 30+ minutes of quiet time. Not neccessarily "alone" time, but...no in depth discussions of Buffy or How I met your Mother. I need to sort my thoughts and "put them to bed" so I can mentally prepare to be relaxed (if you can't tell, I'm HUGELY anal retentaive, have anxiety disorder, and worry/overthink about -everything-)

    I've gotten him to agree to quiet tv with a sleep timer, quiet conversations, a good night kiss, and if he wants sexytime he knows it has to be well before bed time. He's good on most of these parts.

    Part 3, the problem:
    Tonight, there was much discussion (I try to keep my part of it to "MMhhmm" or "ohhhh.." as a verbal cue that I'm not emotionally invested in the conversation without having to say "Dude, I don't care about lady gaga having a penis" or something). He went to bed before me (no kiss but I stole it later). I take my Ambien, I lay down in bed, and I'm just at that point where I'm almost asleep but the TV is like 3 or four clicks too loud, and should've shut off by now, but I nkow if I move then any chance of riding the ambien wave is gone and I'll be awake and loopy. So I nudge him and ask him to do it. He does, and moves around so much that I might as well have.
    So, I'm awake, not really with it, stumble downstairs for a smoke, and decide to polyurthane a project. I opened doors for ventilation. I cut my hand opening the jar. I dropped poly on my leg and hand. I showered to get the stuff of me because I don't wanna hurt my baby.

    It's now neigh 5 am. I'm considering taking another Ambien as the first one is all but wore off and room is now dark and quiet.

    The question:
    Ladies, what would you do?
    a) go to bed at a different time than your husband/lover?
    b) tell him that if he disrupts your sleep one more time he gets to sleep downstairs
    c) I would: __________________________

    Your answers appreciated

    Please don't be rude
    I've cut down dramatically; on my way to quitting.

    My anti anxi meds are a preg catagory D whereas ambien is a C and has only shown birth defects at 5-7 times the dosage

    • ANSWER:
      Sigh. You are taking Ambien and you are smoking and you are pregnant. Why? Talk to your doctor. Ambien is addictive. I would consider taking an anti anxiety drug. Ambien only worked for me the first couple of months I took it. The anti anxiety meds work much better. You might have to wait until you give birth. Go to sleep in a different bedroom. He is not the one having trouble sleeping. Why should he have to move?
      Sleep deprevation is dehibilitating. You need your sleep and hello your little baby needs it too. Good luck with what ever you decide:)

  5. QUESTION:
    Still don't have a clue on who you really are?
    Still...
    Waiting and waiting,
    Stress gets worse and worse, yet you never realize how bad it is.
    It's taunting, haunting, and hurting you more than back when,
    You thought you HAD problems then they come back to you like a back ran flood.
    Pasts differen't, futures just not there, you don't want it to be, now seems like a dream.
    Excuse you miss bitch, thats my words from a poem.

    • ANSWER:
      Interesting question.I have to say for the most part I do know who I am but I still am haunted by my past because at the time I wasnt me if you know what I mean

      I lost my virginity when I was 13 after the death of the only person in my life that cared about me.

      Droped out of school after failing 8th grade three times due to lack of attendance was put on probation*at 14* and made to obtain my GED when I turned 16 *(was 14 when I quit school)*
      Got addicted to pain pills and sleeping pills and diet drugs also became anerexic when I was 14.2 and a half pack a day smoking addiction also not to mention about 3 failed suicide attempts also by this age.Had 17 sexual partners by the time I was 16 (2 female) Got pregnant by man number 15 after breaking up with man number 14 ran away to have life with man number 15 and disowned by my already shittyy family for about a year. Cheated on my now husband *man number 15* with his friend for about six months of our marriage. Was still in love with man number 14 till about three years ago. Ummmm there is more but I think that is enough to haunt a person dont you think?

      What I done in my past will haunt me till the day that I die for several different reasons one I am lucky as hell to be here with all the meds I was taking *average 8 oxycodne a day and 5-10mg ambien a day and 4 Xenadrin diet pills before they removed the effedra mixed with 3hrs a day exersizing and only eating baby food a 1/2 jar a meal* two I am lucky that my daughter made it during the first trimester because I didnt know I was pregnant while doing these things for the first month. I quit when I found out though and havent touched since........ So when you think your past is bad just look at mine and be thankful that you dont have mine!!!!! Forgive yourself and you will eventualy learn who you are and realize that the past is just that, the past. I am haunted by mine but I also embrase it because the past makes you who you are today and how you embrase it decides that if you cant forgive yourself you will still be that person but if you just forgive your self its like looking up at the Sun for the first time in your life, it might be bright and hurt at first but having the warmth of the sun beam down on you is very comforting.

  6. QUESTION:
    What should I do about my mom's Ambien addiction??? Day by day, she gets further and further from reality...?
    First of all, let me make something very clear: I love my mother. I just miss the person she used to be, and as badly as I hate to say it, I loathe the incoherent nutjob she has become.

    Mom has been prescribed Ambien for almost a decade. For the first two years or so, she only took one before bedtime each night. I basically thought that Ambien was a miraculous cure for the insomnia and night terrors that had haunted her since she was a little girl. The drug seemed helpful, not to mention harmless. Boy, was I wrong...

    Flash forward to today.

    My mother clumsily staggers into my grandparent's house. Her hair looks as though it hasn't been brushed in days. Her shirt is stained from the Diet Coke that she had tried to drink just a few minutes earlier. She doesn't say hello but just mutters some mumbojumbo alien phrase about being hungry. She opens the fridge and a jar of pickles onto the hardwood floor without one second of hesitation. She doesn't pick them up. A few minutes later, I hear her rummaging through the pantry. I cut my eyes to see what she is doing, and her face is covered in something white and powdery. I try to ask what in the hell is smeared all over chin, nose, and cheeks, but then I see that she has whipped up a delicious concoction of Wavy Lays topped with a monstrous mound of powdered sugar.

    My stomach immediately turns.

    It is 2:00 in the afternoon.

    For the last four or so years, my mom's addiction to sleeping meds has gone from bad to downright unbelievable. At first, she admitted that she was taking four or five Ambiens a night to sleep...then four or five became six or eight. These days, my mother can barely function. She wakes up in the morning and pops two or three of those dangerous little pills into her mouth. After that, she more than likely drives fifteen minutes to the nearest town to get some cinnamon rolls from the bakery or some dog food from the feed store. She can't speak without slurring, and she can barely even walk. Honestly, she looks like she has downed three pints of bourbon in a thirty minute time span. And I am scared that she is going to allow this drug to kill her...or she is going to kill someone else by driving around in that condition.

    When my family and I try to confront her, she immediately becomes irate and shuts down. When I tell her that I am going to call her doctor--or the people she gets them from off the street--she is enraged. She says that she hates me and that I am trying to ruin her life.

    My heart hurts. I am 28 years old, and I am in desperate need of MY MOTHER. I miss the way we used to be able to chitchat about local news, and I yearn to be able to ask her for advice about love...and life.

    I do not wish this situation on my worst enemy, but if any of you have been through a similar situation, I would be forever grateful for your advice. Mom is a hairdresser for a small salon. Therefore, she doesn't have health insurance, so rehab is basically out of the question.

    Any help is deeply and sincerely appreciated. I just want my mom back.

    • ANSWER:
      I am so sorry. I really am. I understand, I lost my Mom to heroin, I was a lot younger, but hearing about things like this gets me going a bit. You need to understand that she's very sick. And also, I know you said rehab is out of the question, but they have programs. Here in Colorado they have a program called Stout Street, it's a 2 year program, but you basically work for them and it's free. 2 years is a decent amount of time, and I'm sure that would be tough, but look into what your state has. If nothing else call Stout Street and see if they have a list of places for your state. Maybe even sending her there wouldn't be a bad idea, sometimes getting away from all of that can be helpful. Good luck and I'll keep you in my thoughts.

  7. QUESTION:
    Anyone know what zolpidem is made from.?
    Most drugs come from plants.I am Curious what the drug is in zolpidem that put you to sleep. It is a class c controlled substance. And for some reason the government don't want people to sleep good. They only let you have 1 at a time.Like we're little babies that mommy has to slap your hand if you take too many cookies out of the cookie jar. Also.
    Is there something out here that the government doesn't control that is a really good sleep aid. Excedrin PM and sominex don't work

    • ANSWER:
      actually, most drugs come from a labratory. ambien (zolpidem tartrate) is a non-benzodiazepine hypnotic of the imidazopyridine class.

      chemically, zolpidem is N,N,6-trimethyl-2-p-tolylimidazo[1,2-a] pyridine-3-acetamide L-(+)-tartrate (2:1).

      zolpidem tartrate is a white to off-white crystalline powder that is sparingly soluble in water, alcohol, and propylene glycol. it has a molecular weight of 764.88.

      there is actually no such thing as a class c controlled substance in america. zolpidem falls in pregnancy category C, which means that it is not known whether it will effect the fetus. pregnant women are advised to only take category C medications if the potential benefits outweigh the potential risks to the fetus.

      zolpidem is a schedule IV medication, which means that it has little potential for abuse. a doctor can prescribe the drug and an additional 5 refills. a doctor can also orally prescribe this medication (call it in from his office). schedule IV medications are the least strictly monitored of all scheduled drugs.

      the government is not preventing you from obtaining zolpidem. it is one of the most popular drugs in america, with a quarter of a million prescriptions written in the last year alone.

      when you do get a prescription for zolpidem, you are allowed significantly more than one at a time. in fact an overwhelming majority of prescriptions are written for thirty pills.

      there are plenty of alternatives that the government doesn't control that are actually far superior to zolpidem. obtaining those, however, are a matter of knowing the right person,or of being in the right place at the right time.

      i hope this clears up any confusion.


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