Zolpidem oral tablet is prescribed for insomnia (trouble sleeping) in adults. It’s a sedative-hypnotic drug that may cause mild or serious side effects. These include dizziness and the risk of unusual sleep behaviors.
Off-label use is when a healthcare professional prescribes a medication for a condition that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved it to treat. It’s an accepted and common practice, though doctors always consider the risks and benefits.
Doctors prescribe Klonopin for certain types of seizure disorders and panic disorder with or without an unusual fear of being helpless in certain situations (agoraphobia). You take it by mouth two or three times per day.
Propranolol oral tablet is prescribed for high blood pressure, migraine and other conditions. It may interact with alcohol, some supplements, and other medications. Specifically, it can interact with certain antidepressants and certain heart rhythm drugs.