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Controlled Substance Act Schedule: Schedule IV
Other names for Triazolam
A wealth of research on Triazolam has correlated long-term use with drug tolerance, drug dependence, rebound insomnia and adverse effects for the central nervous system. Like other benzodiazepine hypnotics, Triazolam should always be administered or taken only at its lowest possible dosage and for as short a time as possible. This is because the drug easily creates both physical and psychological dependence. Tolerance for the drug rapidly increases as use continues, so users commonly increase their dosage as they keep using.
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Triazolam is ordinarily prescribed for short-term treatment of acute insomnia and circadian rhythm sleep disorders like jet lag. Triazolam is considered perfect for the latter specifically because it brings especially remarkable onset and equally remarkable half-life. In other words, it works fast but stops working soon. The sleep induced via Triazolam is known to last for about 1.5 hours, and the rest of one’s sleep is sustained by the brain alone. Users also wake with little to no morning drowsiness as a result.
Triazolam is only ever administered orally as a tablet.
Craving sleep during the day despite having slept well last night
Inability to sleep without Triazolam despite no history of sleep disorders
Taking it in ways other than how it was prescribed
Prioritizing sleep over spending time with family or friends
Overdosing more than once
Overdosing on Triazolam can cause users to fall into a comatose state.
Triazolam is suspected to be responsible for some of the unsteadiness that elderly experience when it’s prescribed to them. Senior citizens often wake up in the night and are prescribed Triazolam to combat this tendency, but this makes them unsteady and causes them to fall, which can result in injury.
If taken in conjunction with ketoconazole or itraconazole, Triazolam’s effects become substantially exaggerated.