The salient word in that last sentence is 'wine', more broadly alcohol, because when you use Stilnox, aka Ambien, aka zolpidem while drinking.
The salient word in that last sentence is 'wine', more broadly alcohol, because when you use Stilnox, aka Ambien, aka zolpidem while drinking, very strange and sometimes dangerous things can happen.
What statements like this actually reveal is an unintended self-assessment by the addict of their behaviour whilst under the influence of the drug they're condemning.
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I don't think I'm alone in expressing profound ambivalence as to whether a former Olympian wants to inject battery acid into his eyeballs in his down time, however, Hackett's association with Stilnox, as well as the many other high-profile swimmers and football players sanctioned for its use, is probably causing some insomniacs to question its safety.
Suffice to say, no children were involved, but I know people who've had similar experiences while looking after their kids and it literally scared them sober.
This is assuredly why the manufacturer puts a large, clear warning on the packet stating "NOT TO BE TAKEN WITH ALCOHOL", however, Aussies do love a challenge and a drink, which may also be why a Senate estimates committee was told back in 2008 the side-effects of the drug are "worse" in this country than in others.
The problems arise when a person's been drinking, cannot sleep, and chooses to "risk" taking zolpidem to get them off to the land of "Z".