The generic medication zolpidem is available in the brand name Mylsee. This sedative or hypnotic affects the chemicals in the brain that may have become unbalanced, causing sleep problems in an individual. Mylsee is generally only used for the short term treatment of insomnia due to its heightened risk for addiction. Mylsee is generally taken by oral administration and is available in 5 mg and 10 mg strength tablets. Other trade names for Mylsee include Stilnox, Stilnoct and Hypnogen. On the street, Mylsee and other brand names with the same effects are known as A-minus and Zombie pills. When Mylsee is used recreationally it is taken orally, crushed, snorted or the drug is cooked for intravenous injection. Abuse of Mylsee can easily occur if it is used longer than just a few weeks or at high doses. Abuse of the drug can also occur in combination with alcohol as the mixture of the two intensifies the effect. Mylsee and other medications like it have been increased targets of abuse due to the vivid visuals and body high the drugs are known to deliver. Mylsee is also abused as a result of its reported capability of reducing anxiety. Some recreational users have reported a mild euphoria, moderate perceptual changes and slight visual distortions. Mylsee can create effects that are almost immediate, putting a person to sleep in roughly 15 minutes. In some individuals, an allergic reaction can occur, which can produce life-threatening symptoms. Others have reported such effects as a depressed mood, unusual thoughts, risk-taking behavior, decreased inhibitions, anxiety, aggression, feeling restless, confusion, loss of personality and more. Less series effects of Mylsee can include drowsiness, dizziness, weakness, lack of coordination, amnesia, vivid or abnormal dreams, nausea constipation, stuffy nose, sore throat, headache, muscle pain and blurred vision.
By Addiction.com Staff on April 24, 2015 in