Triazolam (Halcion) Addiction
What Is Triazolam?
When most people think of benzodiazepine addiction, they likely think of drugs like Xanax and Valium. However, another type of benzodiazepine drug, triazolam (Halcion), can also be addictive. Although it’s not as widely abused as other benzodiazepines, triazolam misuse can still lead to dependence.
The Difference Between Triazolam (Halcion) Abuse and Addiction
Triazolam Addiction Rate
Signs and Symptoms of Triazolam Addiction
Triazolam Overdose Symptoms
Triazolam addiction can lead to a prescription drug overdose. Triazolam overdose symptoms may include excessive drowsiness, confusion, loss of coordination, slurred speech, poor coordination, irregular breathing, fainting, and potentially coma. If your or someone you care about is displaying Halcion overdose symptoms, seek emergency medical attention immediately.5
Common Signs of Triazolam (Halcion) Addiction
Halcion Addiction Warning Signs
Triazolam Addiction Side Effects
Short-Term Effects of Triazolam
Long-Term Effects of Triazolam
Triazolam Addiction Risk Factors
Triazolam Addiction Withdrawal
Can I Detox at Home?
Triazolam Withdrawal Symptoms
Halcion triazolam side effects and withdrawal symptoms can last anywhere from weeks to more than twelve months. Withdrawal symptoms can include ringing ears, anxiety, memory problems, sleep issues, seizures, shaking, mental health deterioration, muscle twitches, hallucinations, and suicidal thoughts.
Triazolam Addiction Treatment
Halcion Addiction Treatment Options
Inpatient Halcion Rehab
Outpatient Halcion Rehab
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