Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016721/001.

Names and composition

"DALMANE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of FLURAZEPAM HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016721/001 DALMANE FLURAZEPAM HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 15MG
016721/002 DALMANE FLURAZEPAM HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG

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Answered questions

How does dalmane compare with halcion?
Asked by Elise Champany 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: how does dalmane compare with halcion? Answered by Bess Demory 1 year ago.

What do you mean, "compare?" Dalmane is a narcotic barbiturate sleeping medication that isn't used very often anymore. Halcion is a much more modern sleeping medication that works in a different manner, and doesn't have the addictive properties of Dalmane. For this reason, Halcion (and Ambien) have pretty much replaced the old fashioned barbiturate sleeping pills. They are occasionally used in the hospital the night before your surgery, but they are very seldom prescribed for use outside the hospital anymore. You can get hooked on them. Answered by Hermina Hamelin 1 year ago.


I have a question about the sleeping pill dalmane?
I've been taking my 30 mg dalmane during the day for anxiety. I know it should be taken at night but it doesn't make me sleepy, and it takes away anxiety. Has anyone heard of taking dalmane during the day? Asked by Lacy Littler 1 year ago.

Dalmane (flurazepam) n a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It affects chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced and cause sleep problems (insomnia). It is used for short-term treatment of patients with insomnia. Insomnia can be described as a difficulty falling asleep, frequent awakening, early awakenings or a combination of each. Flurazepam users should only take this drug strictly as prescribed, and should only be taken directly before the user plans on sleeping a full night.You may fall asleep very quickly after taking the medicine. Next day drowsiness is common. Flurazepam is best used for a short time period and at the lowest possible dose to avoid complications associated with long term use. Contact your doctor if your insomnia does not improve after taking flurazepam for 7 to 10 nights, or if you have any mood or behavior changes. Insomnia can be a symptom of depression, mental illness, or certain medical conditions. Answered by Cammy Burkitt 1 year ago.


Dalmane Found In URINE TEST?
I recently had a drug test for work and I was contacted to tell me a drug called Dalmane (Flurazepam) was found in my blood. I do take Xanax, they did not find that. They said it was positive for a medication I never took. I asked them to re-test they did sames results.. I'm lost at this point and may lose my... Asked by Eleanor Arnoldi 1 year ago.

I recently had a drug test for work and I was contacted to tell me a drug called Dalmane (Flurazepam) was found in my blood. I do take Xanax, they did not find that. They said it was positive for a medication I never took. I asked them to re-test they did sames results.. I'm lost at this point and may lose my job??? Answered by Gisela Lino 1 year ago.

Well, to start off, I think it would be best to look at what the differences between Xanax (Alpralozam) and Dalmane (Flurazepam) are. Firstly, the two are both, as you are probably aware, belonging to the family of drugs called Benzodiazapines. These drugs act on the central nervous system to produce various levels of sedation and hypnosis. If you are currently taking Xanax, I can only presume it is part of some prescribed treatment of general anxiety disorder or something similar. Dalmane, a similar medication, is indicated for the patient who suffers from insomnia, basically acting as a strong sleeping pill. Basically the two medications have the same type of biochemical reaction in your body, but to varying degrees. That all being said, because they are both benzodiazapines, it is expected that they are treated by the body in similar ways. What I mean by that is that when your body goes to get rid of a benzodiazapine, it choses to expel it VIA urine. Since benzodiazapines are a controlled substance, a urine test is effective in detecting these drugs. Now on to your predicament. It seems, if you are sure that you have never taken Dalmane, that the test was lacking in the area of sensitivety to alike chemicals and may be confusing the chemically similar Zanax with its cousin Dalmane. Tests are never perfect unfortunately. If I were you, my suggestion would be to first, see your doctor that prescribes your zanax, explain to him the situation, and he hopefully be able to write a letter to your employer that properly describes both the reasoning behind a mix up result in test, as well as provide medical proof that you are legally taking a benzodiazapine under a physcian's orders. I would expect that an employer would be understanding of this situation if sufficent evidence is presented supporting your credibility. I hope this helped. Answered by Karolyn Feister 1 year ago.

Dalmane is used for the relief of insomnia, defined as difficulty falling asleep, waking up frequently at night, or waking up early in the morning. It can be used by people whose insomnia keeps coming back and in those who have poor sleeping habits. It belongs to a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. Take any sleeping pills lately? Answered by Angelo Francescon 1 year ago.


Flurazepam (dalmane) Half Life?
Flurazepam has the longest half life (40-250 hrs) out of all the benzos So If you took about 5 dalmane 30mg. would you still be feeling the effects of it after about 3 or 4 days later Asked by Shizuko Redshaw 1 year ago.

Dalmane has a half life of 40 to 250 hours. It's an old hypnotic benzo that was used primarily for sleep disorders. Here's some source information on Dalmane: Answered by Lawanna Bucknam 1 year ago.

Flurazepam Dalmane Answered by Michal Lamaster 1 year ago.

You are incorrect. The half life of Flurazepam is about two and a half hours. Seriously. Check my source if you don't believe me. If you took 150 mg at once, the drug would still be completely gone from your body in 24 hours. You would be in withdrawal for longer than that, but the drug does not stay in your system for long. Answered by Theresa Salesses 1 year ago.

no. dalmane is a sleeping pill. dalmane's effects last for about 8 hours. Answered by Janene Mondaine 1 year ago.


Have you taken a medication called Dalmane....for sleeping.?
I am trying to come off of Seroquel and my doctor is suggesting Dalmane. I would like to know if any is taking Dalmane to sleep and what I can expect in terms of side affects. I have read some of this online, but I would like to get some personal experiences for feedback. Asked by Cody Monterroza 1 year ago.

dalmane is used to treat short term insomnia, and is considered a benzo, and is a schedule IV (5) drug, (low abuse potential, maximum 5 refills in 6 months). serious reactions are: dependency, coma, and complex sleep-related behavior. common reactions are: diziness, headache, confusion, nausea, and sedation. its similar to ambien, its in the same class. i personally have taken it, and its helped tremedously! but, i did start to become depenent on it, so thats the only bad thing about it. hoped this helped!:) Answered by Lavone Emfinger 1 year ago.


Why does 30 mg. of dalmane seem stronger than 40 mg. of valium?
Asked by Glinda Willims 1 year ago.

Dalmane has much larger T 1/2 than Valium , therefore it produces much longer lasting effect. Also you have to understand one fact that benzodiazepines would not cause same effect on different individuals. Answered by Lorrine Branine 1 year ago.

No it won't be able to be taken rectally while making suppositories they many times use substance like glycerin so it gets absorbed a pill will possibly no longer get absorbed in any respect edit : Valium is used for seizures there's a rectal type used while 2,10,20 mg usual for status epilepticus Answered by Micheal Cataldo 1 year ago.

individual body chemistries respond differently to different medications Answered by Zoe Huxford 1 year ago.


Dalmane (Flurazepam) sleeping pill question?
I've been on quite a few sleeping pills, including but not limited to:Trazadone,Ambien,Ambien CR, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, etc. In addition to Klonopin and Valium and Xanax (although the second two were for long airplane rides mostly). Well, a friend of mine has told me about Dalmane, which from what... Asked by Marhta Stainbach 1 year ago.

I've been on quite a few sleeping pills, including but not limited to:Trazadone,Ambien,Ambien CR, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, etc. In addition to Klonopin and Valium and Xanax (although the second two were for long airplane rides mostly). Well, a friend of mine has told me about Dalmane, which from what I've been reading online is a slightly different class than Ambien and Sonata and those. More of an "old school" drug. I guess my main question is, will Dalmane make me hallucinate/act impulsively/do crazy things and then have no memory of it the next morning?I know that I need to be supervised if i take Ambien or Sonata or Lunesta or any of those that can cause hallucinations,etc. Although those pills do work (some much more than others) if I don't have someone making sure I go right to bed after I take one, I can really go nuts. I've had some bad experiences. I'm not being naive, I just want to know if anyone has experienced noticable negative/positive differences. I know i'll need to go right to bed, but will it cause the same hallucinations and other strange side effects, or is it more like a drug that just shuts the mind off (in a manner of speaking)? Please let me know if you've tried Dalmane or a close cousin med. Thanks! Answered by Wenona Yeck 1 year ago.

When I first started nursing 20 years ago, Dalmane was THE sleeping pill that every doctor used very often. Ambien and Lunesta are very likely to make you have odd dreams and sleepwalk, doing all types of odd tasks in the middle of the night. The only complaint that I ever heard anyone mention about Dalmane it left them with an odd metallic taste in their mouth the next morning. Other than that, patients always told me that it worked very well. I took it a few times at one point and I thought it was very effective. I found I went to sleep gradually, feeling natural, and that I was able to awake in the moring without that hangover feeling. Answered by Susannah Staib 1 year ago.

Dalmane Vs Ambien Answered by Tod Hochnadel 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Dalmane (Flurazepam) sleeping pill question? I've been on quite a few sleeping pills, including but not limited to:Trazadone,Ambien,Ambien CR, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, etc. In addition to Klonopin and Valium and Xanax (although the second two were for long airplane rides mostly). Well, a friend of mine has told me about Dalmane, which... Answered by Kathi Mceachron 1 year ago.

Step 1. Any potential overdose requires a trip to the emergency room, so if this is happening right now, drag your friend there or call 911. If this is just a friend bragging about stuff, sleeping pills are central nervous system depressants, meaning they slow your brain functions. If you took too many all at once, you'd probably throw up and not much else. If you were trying to hurt yourself, and took them slowly over a few hours to let the drug build up to dangerous levels in your body, you would lose consciousness and stop breathing and die, if not treated. If the person was caught and their stomach was pumped before much of the drug was absorbed, there wouldn't be many side effects except some sleepiness from whatever drug got into the person's bloodstream. Answered by Lonnie Comley 1 year ago.

I would try meditation get rid of the sleeping pills I have bipolar and used to stay awake for days at a time until I started to meditate it will make you feel sharp and connected and you WILL sleep trust me!! :) Answered by Vi Stanuszek 1 year ago.


How does dalmane compare with halcion?
Asked by Titus Mendelsohn 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: how does dalmane compare with halcion? Answered by Sherlyn Zuccaro 1 year ago.

What do you mean, "compare?" Dalmane is a narcotic barbiturate sleeping medication that isn't used very often anymore. Halcion is a much more modern sleeping medication that works in a different manner, and doesn't have the addictive properties of Dalmane. For this reason, Halcion (and Ambien) have pretty much replaced the old fashioned barbiturate sleeping pills. They are occasionally used in the hospital the night before your surgery, but they are very seldom prescribed for use outside the hospital anymore. You can get hooked on them. Answered by Latoria Geiman 1 year ago.


I have a question about the sleeping pill dalmane?
I've been taking my 30 mg dalmane during the day for anxiety. I know it should be taken at night but it doesn't make me sleepy, and it takes away anxiety. Has anyone heard of taking dalmane during the day? Asked by Cliff Matone 1 year ago.

Dalmane (flurazepam) n a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It affects chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced and cause sleep problems (insomnia). It is used for short-term treatment of patients with insomnia. Insomnia can be described as a difficulty falling asleep, frequent awakening, early awakenings or a combination of each. Flurazepam users should only take this drug strictly as prescribed, and should only be taken directly before the user plans on sleeping a full night.You may fall asleep very quickly after taking the medicine. Next day drowsiness is common. Flurazepam is best used for a short time period and at the lowest possible dose to avoid complications associated with long term use. Contact your doctor if your insomnia does not improve after taking flurazepam for 7 to 10 nights, or if you have any mood or behavior changes. Insomnia can be a symptom of depression, mental illness, or certain medical conditions. Answered by Kathlyn Varble 1 year ago.


Dalmane Found In URINE TEST?
I recently had a drug test for work and I was contacted to tell me a drug called Dalmane (Flurazepam) was found in my blood. I do take Xanax, they did not find that. They said it was positive for a medication I never took. I asked them to re-test they did sames results.. I'm lost at this point and may lose my... Asked by Latashia Bartolotto 1 year ago.

I recently had a drug test for work and I was contacted to tell me a drug called Dalmane (Flurazepam) was found in my blood. I do take Xanax, they did not find that. They said it was positive for a medication I never took. I asked them to re-test they did sames results.. I'm lost at this point and may lose my job??? Answered by Lashell Orne 1 year ago.

Well, to start off, I think it would be best to look at what the differences between Xanax (Alpralozam) and Dalmane (Flurazepam) are. Firstly, the two are both, as you are probably aware, belonging to the family of drugs called Benzodiazapines. These drugs act on the central nervous system to produce various levels of sedation and hypnosis. If you are currently taking Xanax, I can only presume it is part of some prescribed treatment of general anxiety disorder or something similar. Dalmane, a similar medication, is indicated for the patient who suffers from insomnia, basically acting as a strong sleeping pill. Basically the two medications have the same type of biochemical reaction in your body, but to varying degrees. That all being said, because they are both benzodiazapines, it is expected that they are treated by the body in similar ways. What I mean by that is that when your body goes to get rid of a benzodiazapine, it choses to expel it VIA urine. Since benzodiazapines are a controlled substance, a urine test is effective in detecting these drugs. Now on to your predicament. It seems, if you are sure that you have never taken Dalmane, that the test was lacking in the area of sensitivety to alike chemicals and may be confusing the chemically similar Zanax with its cousin Dalmane. Tests are never perfect unfortunately. If I were you, my suggestion would be to first, see your doctor that prescribes your zanax, explain to him the situation, and he hopefully be able to write a letter to your employer that properly describes both the reasoning behind a mix up result in test, as well as provide medical proof that you are legally taking a benzodiazapine under a physcian's orders. I would expect that an employer would be understanding of this situation if sufficent evidence is presented supporting your credibility. I hope this helped. Answered by Jodi Uren 1 year ago.

Dalmane is used for the relief of insomnia, defined as difficulty falling asleep, waking up frequently at night, or waking up early in the morning. It can be used by people whose insomnia keeps coming back and in those who have poor sleeping habits. It belongs to a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. Take any sleeping pills lately? Answered by Janis Sinha 1 year ago.


Flurazepam (dalmane) Half Life?
Flurazepam has the longest half life (40-250 hrs) out of all the benzos So If you took about 5 dalmane 30mg. would you still be feeling the effects of it after about 3 or 4 days later Asked by Alline Youkanaa 1 year ago.

Dalmane has a half life of 40 to 250 hours. It's an old hypnotic benzo that was used primarily for sleep disorders. Here's some source information on Dalmane: Answered by Larhonda Trimmell 1 year ago.

Flurazepam Dalmane Answered by Tyrone Kellman 1 year ago.

You are incorrect. The half life of Flurazepam is about two and a half hours. Seriously. Check my source if you don't believe me. If you took 150 mg at once, the drug would still be completely gone from your body in 24 hours. You would be in withdrawal for longer than that, but the drug does not stay in your system for long. Answered by Layne Hathorn 1 year ago.

no. dalmane is a sleeping pill. dalmane's effects last for about 8 hours. Answered by Junie Lafountaine 1 year ago.


Have you taken a medication called Dalmane....for sleeping.?
I am trying to come off of Seroquel and my doctor is suggesting Dalmane. I would like to know if any is taking Dalmane to sleep and what I can expect in terms of side affects. I have read some of this online, but I would like to get some personal experiences for feedback. Asked by Eliana Pollinger 1 year ago.

dalmane is used to treat short term insomnia, and is considered a benzo, and is a schedule IV (5) drug, (low abuse potential, maximum 5 refills in 6 months). serious reactions are: dependency, coma, and complex sleep-related behavior. common reactions are: diziness, headache, confusion, nausea, and sedation. its similar to ambien, its in the same class. i personally have taken it, and its helped tremedously! but, i did start to become depenent on it, so thats the only bad thing about it. hoped this helped!:) Answered by Nikole Clester 1 year ago.


Why does 30 mg. of dalmane seem stronger than 40 mg. of valium?
Asked by Rosalina Ojito 1 year ago.

Dalmane has much larger T 1/2 than Valium , therefore it produces much longer lasting effect. Also you have to understand one fact that benzodiazepines would not cause same effect on different individuals. Answered by Ria Chhour 1 year ago.

No it won't be able to be taken rectally while making suppositories they many times use substance like glycerin so it gets absorbed a pill will possibly no longer get absorbed in any respect edit : Valium is used for seizures there's a rectal type used while 2,10,20 mg usual for status epilepticus Answered by Janiece Mccrate 1 year ago.

individual body chemistries respond differently to different medications Answered by Savannah Bukovac 1 year ago.


Dalmane (Flurazepam) sleeping pill question?
I've been on quite a few sleeping pills, including but not limited to:Trazadone,Ambien,Ambien CR, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, etc. In addition to Klonopin and Valium and Xanax (although the second two were for long airplane rides mostly). Well, a friend of mine has told me about Dalmane, which from what... Asked by Trinh Pestone 1 year ago.

I've been on quite a few sleeping pills, including but not limited to:Trazadone,Ambien,Ambien CR, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, etc. In addition to Klonopin and Valium and Xanax (although the second two were for long airplane rides mostly). Well, a friend of mine has told me about Dalmane, which from what I've been reading online is a slightly different class than Ambien and Sonata and those. More of an "old school" drug. I guess my main question is, will Dalmane make me hallucinate/act impulsively/do crazy things and then have no memory of it the next morning?I know that I need to be supervised if i take Ambien or Sonata or Lunesta or any of those that can cause hallucinations,etc. Although those pills do work (some much more than others) if I don't have someone making sure I go right to bed after I take one, I can really go nuts. I've had some bad experiences. I'm not being naive, I just want to know if anyone has experienced noticable negative/positive differences. I know i'll need to go right to bed, but will it cause the same hallucinations and other strange side effects, or is it more like a drug that just shuts the mind off (in a manner of speaking)? Please let me know if you've tried Dalmane or a close cousin med. Thanks! Answered by Velvet Murga 1 year ago.

When I first started nursing 20 years ago, Dalmane was THE sleeping pill that every doctor used very often. Ambien and Lunesta are very likely to make you have odd dreams and sleepwalk, doing all types of odd tasks in the middle of the night. The only complaint that I ever heard anyone mention about Dalmane it left them with an odd metallic taste in their mouth the next morning. Other than that, patients always told me that it worked very well. I took it a few times at one point and I thought it was very effective. I found I went to sleep gradually, feeling natural, and that I was able to awake in the moring without that hangover feeling. Answered by Miles Ogen 1 year ago.

Dalmane Vs Ambien Answered by Geraldine Haslinger 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Dalmane (Flurazepam) sleeping pill question? I've been on quite a few sleeping pills, including but not limited to:Trazadone,Ambien,Ambien CR, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, etc. In addition to Klonopin and Valium and Xanax (although the second two were for long airplane rides mostly). Well, a friend of mine has told me about Dalmane, which... Answered by Lissa Oblinski 1 year ago.

Step 1. Any potential overdose requires a trip to the emergency room, so if this is happening right now, drag your friend there or call 911. If this is just a friend bragging about stuff, sleeping pills are central nervous system depressants, meaning they slow your brain functions. If you took too many all at once, you'd probably throw up and not much else. If you were trying to hurt yourself, and took them slowly over a few hours to let the drug build up to dangerous levels in your body, you would lose consciousness and stop breathing and die, if not treated. If the person was caught and their stomach was pumped before much of the drug was absorbed, there wouldn't be many side effects except some sleepiness from whatever drug got into the person's bloodstream. Answered by Justina Jubyna 1 year ago.

I would try meditation get rid of the sleeping pills I have bipolar and used to stay awake for days at a time until I started to meditate it will make you feel sharp and connected and you WILL sleep trust me!! :) Answered by Ena Stiller 1 year ago.


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