Hello MissJane. Yes, theres almost a 100% probabilty that you will go through withdrawal. Things such as rapid heat beat, nausea, sweating, headaches, stomach aches etc etc. The best and safest way to stop taking zolpidem would be to taper it. You might want to talk to your doctor about what might be the best way to go about it. I could suggest a plan, but I don't know how long you've been taking it, and that plays in as a factor.best to you.
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