Abstract Title:

Zolpidem and amnestic sleep related eating disorder.

Abstract Source:

J Clin Sleep Med. 2007 Oct 15;3(6):637-8. PMID: 17993047

Abstract Author(s):

Muhammad Najjar

Article Affiliation:

The Center for Sleep Medicine, Orland Park, IL, USA. mnajjar@sleepmedcenter.com

Abstract:

Nocturnal eating disorders are more common than previously thought. Sleep related eating disorder has been described in association with zolpidem. A review of the literature revealed the presence of 6 previously reported cases. In this presentation, the case of a 46-year-old female who developed sleep related eating disorder when she was treated with zolpidem for insomnia is reported. The patient recovered totally when zolpidem was stopped. Drug-induced sleep related eating disorders should be considered when evaluating patients with nocturnal eating.

Study Type : Commentary

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