July 21, 2008 - Denver to London

My journey to the Baltic Sea began with a typical United Airlines flight, but this time we enjoyed the nonstop route from Denver to London. We were departing for a cruise that embarked in Dover, England, and I was already regretting packing so many clothes. (I had rationalized that since we'd be on a ship, there was plenty of room to stow things - I know better!)

Here's a tip: United offers an Express Dine option on overseas/overnight flights, and I enjoyed a mixed salad with sliced chicken on top of it quickly, had an Ambien for dessert, and slept all the way to London!

1 comment:

dark_one said...

My name is Carrie James and i would like to show you my personal experience with Ambien.

I have taken for 30 days. I am 23 years old. First I took it to help me fall asleep. After a couple of days I noticed that it made me feel really good, so I would take it just to feel the high that it gave me. I would had no memory of what I did the night before. Every night I did really weird things like send out strange emails, take weird pictures, and I fear that I did things that I still don't know about. I would also hallucinate. I would just spend a lot of time staring at things watching them move, like the wall or notes on sheet music. I was way too distracted to go to bed. It made me tired, but I didn't want to go to bed. I stopped taking it because I don't want to get involved with something like that. I think about it all the time and I have cravings for it, but I just don't think I need anymore problems.

Side Effects :
Hallucinations, feeling of being high, and no memory of things I did the night before.

I hope this information will be useful to others,
Carrie James

Ambien Side Effects