Eating, sleepwalking said to be Ambien side effect

03/14/2006 | NYTimes.com

U.S. researchers have found Ambien, the Sanofi-Aventis drug that aids sleeping, causes some patients to develop a sleep-related eating disorder in which they eat while sleepwalking. The company defended the safety of the drug and also acknowledged the problem, saying it has reported all adverse events to the FDA.

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