Halcion Related Topics

Halcion, the brand name of triazolam, is a sedative used to treat severe insomnia. Halcion may become habit-forming, and as a benzodiazepine drug, it may lead to dependence if not taken specifically as recommended. If you’d like to learn more about Halcion, addiction, or anything else, just enter your search into the search box on this page.

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Halcion Related Topics

Halcion OverdoseHalcion (triazolam) is a brand-name, prescription benzodiazepine. Halcion is a short-acting benzo, meaning it takes effect very quickly. Because of how short-acting it is, Halcion is used for certain types of insomnia, such as insomnia resulting from sleep rhythm disturbances.
Mixing Halcion and AlcoholThe risks of mixing Halcion and alcohol can range from mildly dangerous to deadly. First, both Halcion and alcohol depress the central nervous system. Someone who combines both might appear extremely intoxicated.