Restoril Related Topics

Restoril is a benzodiazepine used to treat severe acute insomnia. It is also sold under the generic name temazepam. Restoril can become habit-forming if not taken exactly as directed. Patients misusing Restoril are at risk of becoming dependent and suffering from benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome. To learn about topics related to Restoril, enter your topic of interest into the search box below.

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Restoril Related Topics

Mixing Restoril and AlcoholAlcohol is a commonly used substance. If it’s used in moderation, it’s not necessarily harmful, but there are risks if someone drinks heavily or combines alcohol with other substances, including Restoril.
Restoril OverdoseClassified as a benzodiazepine, Restoril is a brand-name prescription sleep aid. Used only for short-term insomnia treatment, the generic name of Restoril is temazepam. A relatively fast-acting benzodiazepine, Restoril increases the effects of GABA. GABA can calm overactivity in the brain, helping induce sleep.