Halcion Abuse and Addiction
A Dangerous and Addictive Sleep Medication
Halcion is the brand-name form of triazolam. It is an oral tablet used to treat insomnia and sleep disorder. Triazolam is a benzodiazepine and carries a high potential for abuse and misuse. It’s not uncommon for abusers to develop tolerance in as little as two weeks if misuse persists. Halcion comes in quarter-milligram dosages and should only be used under the supervision of an experienced and qualified medical professional. Using Halcion on a regular basis for sleep can be an express route to addiction and dependency. If you or a loved one is struggling with Halcion abuse, call RU Encore to start the recovery process.
Physical and Psychological Withdrawal Symptoms
Once Halcion abuse leads to withdrawal symptoms, it is a clear indicator that tolerance has developed and addiction is starting to manifest. Halcion withdrawal can be a painful, sickening and potentially deadly ordeal, which is why it’s important that those suffering from Halcion abuse and addiction seek professional medically supervised detox. Halcion withdrawal symptoms range from mild to severe and can include:
- Shaking and Tremors
- Joint and Muscle Pain
- Abdominal Cramping
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Sleep Disruption
- Extreme Fluctuations in Mood
- And More
If you’re experiencing these or any other withdrawal symptoms related to your Halcion abuse, talk to your doctor about adjusting or ceasing your intake.