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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017892/001.

Names and composition

"HALCION" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TRIAZOLAM.

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017892/001 HALCION TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.25MG
017892/002 HALCION TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
017892/003 HALCION TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.125MG

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017892/001 HALCION TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.25MG
017892/002 HALCION TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
017892/003 HALCION TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.125MG
074031/001 TRIAZOLAM TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.125MG
074031/002 TRIAZOLAM TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.25MG
074224/001 TRIAZOLAM TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.125MG
074224/002 TRIAZOLAM TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.25MG
074445/001 TRIAZOLAM TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.125MG
074445/002 TRIAZOLAM TRIAZOLAM TABLET/ORAL 0.25MG

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Does Halcion make your fears of oral extraction go away or does it leave you defenseless against the Doctor?
Example : Can't run away To give people a clue I have shot-phobia Algophobia- Fear of pain Vaccinophobia- Fear of vaccination Aichmophobia- Fear of needles or pointed objects Asked by Gwenda Jacquemin 1 year ago.

Halcion may make your fear and anxiety of dental procedures the following day go away. It's not a shot btw, it's in pill form so you don't have to be afraid of taking it, on a very limited basis. IMO taking halcion for fear of an upcoming dental appointment would be OK, just don't take it on a daily basis or anything like that. Halcion is what they started doing all the sleep-walking studies on in the 1990's. People would take the hypnotic-sleeping pill and then sleep-walk, it is an amnesic, in that you may have taken the pill 2 hours ago and you can get up in your sleep and do stuff you'd never do awake. Taking the pill for fears related to dental procedures I thinks it totally acceptable, but only once or twice NOT ALL THE TIME. It is addictive and you need more to achieve the same effect. Taking it is fine, go ahead and relax for your dentist appointment, I do know, however, a woman that took Halcion for an extended period and killed her own mother in a sleep-walking murder incident. So beware of extended use. Have a good dentist appointment and don't worry about taking it once for anxiety. (now that I've scared you to death) lol... Jane Answered by Charles Reidel 1 year ago.

I dated a man for a long time and persisted (whilst neither folks have been with any one else) to have intercourse with each and every different for five years after wards. Why? Because we're first-rate peers and we now have demands. We have satisfactory intercourse and get each and every different like nobody else. We are nonetheless very well peers, however gave up the intercourse component to matters. It wasn't healthful. It used to be like a crutch for no longer putting in place time with anybody else. On paper we have been best. Best peers and satisfactory intercourse. In fact, we simply did not paintings. Now that we each observe it used to be dangerous and keeping us again from anything lasting with new men and women, we're a lot happier and maintain matters platonic. As on your husband, might be he is not there but and he or she is only a crutch. Or might be he's a crutch for her and he's quite seeking to aid her. These are questions he must ask himself after which be sincere with you. Answered by Stephaine Ahalt 1 year ago.

It removes the fear of speaking the truth. Answered by Ozell Pelote 1 year ago.


Is my Halcion sleeping medication good, or evil? ?
It makes me sleepy, but I don't wake up with a hangover like that Trazadone. But I don't think it lasts very long. I believe two hours. Asked by Margart Steman 1 year ago.

Halcion has a very short half-life. That's why it only last a few hours. That's also why Halcion is so addicting. There have been studies linking Halcion to depression, so if you are depressed, Halcion could exacerbate your depression. All of the benzodiazepines are addicting. Have you tried taking Benadryl? (Tylenol PM is the same thing as Benadryl, but you don't need extra Tylenol, so just purchase regular Benedryl, or the generic version, diphenhydramine.) It will make you very tired. Sometimes you'll awaken feeling pretty groggy; but at least Benadryl isn't addicting. Good luck. Answered by Kim Emler 1 year ago.

Ask lestermount Answered by Carolynn Sergio 1 year ago.

no sleeping meds can be good and can be dangerous something natural could be better there is valerian, melatonin, warm milk and honey to name a few take care Answered by Denisse Roen 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever taken Halcion or know anything about the medication?
I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I... Asked by Leonardo Rosser 1 year ago.

I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I will feel up to about 20 pounds of pressure. This sounds extremely scary to me. Also, he gave me a prescription for Halcion, which he wants me to take before the extraction. I am also nervous about that, as I am very senstitive to medication, but he said all it will do is relax me and that it will also relax my jaw which will make it easier and faster for him to extract the tooth. I want it to be as easy and fast as possible so I am planning on taking the Halcion before my appointment. Has anyone had any experience? I am curious about reactions to Halcion and what to expect to feel when I take it, and about the pain and/or pressure I may feel during the extraction. Thanks! Answered by Freddie Marciante 1 year ago.

Halcion (triazolam) is a benzodiazepine...similar to Xanax (alprazolam) or Versed (midazolam). These are all highly addicitive and very frequently abused medications. They make you feel really relaxed and sleepy. So, the common "side-effects" are feeling drowsy, dizzy, light-headed, and clumsy...not unlike being drunk from alcohol, but without the nasty hangover. Rarely, people can have some GI side effects, like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation. But these are unlikely, especially given the small dose you were likely prescribed...and the short course for which you are taking it. And the "addiction" issue is NO problem whatsoever - as you will only be taking it this one time, before the procedure. So don't worry about this. (You should be more worried that a drug-seeker will find out you have it, and break into your house to get it. Seriously.) So...its up to you as to whether to take it. I sure would! The extraction would be quite miserable otherwise. But if you take it, you might even sleep through most of the procedure...! The initial "numbing" up of your mouth with the anesthetic will be painful and burn, regardless. But at least it only lasts for a short time, and then you are numb. I am very surprised they said you won't feel any pain. It is almost worst when you DO feel pain when they tell you that you won't! You will feel pain, but before you count to 60...you'll just feel numb. Without the Halcion and without the anesthetic, the dental extraction would be almost unbearably painful and miserable. In any event. I hope this helped some and that it goes well and without pain or difficulties for you! God bless. - Answered by Sal Minzenberger 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever taken halcion before a wisdom tooth extraction?
I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I... Asked by Dalton Muhlhauser 1 year ago.

I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I will feel up to about 20 pounds of pressure. This sounds extremely scary to me. Also, he gave me a prescription for Halcion, which he wants me to take before the extraction. I am also nervous about that, as I am very senstitive to medication, but he said all it will do is relax me and that it will also relax my jaw which will make it easier and faster for him to extract the tooth. I want it to be as easy and fast as possible so I am planning on taking the Halcion before my appointment. Has anyone had any experience? I am curious about reactions to Halcion and what to expect to feel when I take it, and about the pain/pressure I may feel, expecially if the tooth breaks. Answered by Lovetta Nezat 1 year ago.

Halcion, contrary to what the dentist has told you is a very strong medication. My dentist gives me 3 teaspoons of it. You will be "Awake" but your mind will be closed. You will not feel a thing. You will not feel any pulling, in short Halcion "Closes your mind". I don't know if they told you or not, but you should take the Halcion 1/2 hour before your scheduled appointment, and you should take it, at the dentist's office, and be sure to have a ride home after that, as you will not be able to drive. The reactions to the medicine is "Talkativeness" you will talk alot, after the procedure, you may repeat things over and over again. Also it has a high amnesia effect so you won't remember doing or saying things. It may make you lightheaded so be careful walking. Other than that, you won't remember anything about your appointment, and if you do, it will be very slight, and you will have a "I can care less" feeling about it. Answered by Darleen Heckenberg 1 year ago.

Halcion is a sleeping pill. It will put you to sleep in about 20 minutes max. It is also of the same family of drugs as Valium and some other sleeping pills. Most of them are pretty good muscle relaxants. Don't worry about the extraction. Dentists are true experts in blocking pain. I had two wisdom teeth and one other tooth pulled under Novocaine, and they were all quick and easy. But there has to be pressure to get them loose. Pressure is not pain. And if the tooth breaks, you won't feel it, and it is a good thing if the tooth breaks because then it is much easier to get out. Dentists often break teeth before they try to extract them. The problem with taking the Halcion is that you are going to need someone to take you home, and you are going to sleep when you get home, and then you won't be able to sleep that night. Halcion (along with a bunch of related drugs) has a kind of rebound effect, so that when it wears off you are wide awake and couldn't possibly sleep. So don't worry about suffering, but do plan on what the Halcion is going to do to you. Answered by Alba Rigler 1 year ago.

I once had a skin graft to enhance my receeding gums. To do this, they take the skin from the roof of your mouth. The dentist gave me a halcion beforehand to calm my nerves. It made me very relaxed, and the procedure went smoothly. I highly recommend the halcion. If you get a prescription, it also works as a killer sleeping pill. Answered by Edmund Elchert 1 year ago.

Halcion is ALL GOOD. Nothing to worry about!! It'll really calm you down. If he gave you a few, try one half at home. You'll see, it's all good. Stop stressing, hon! :) Answered by Shara Hessman 1 year ago.


How does dalmane compare with halcion?
Asked by Rachal Holub 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: how does dalmane compare with halcion? Answered by Usha Edward 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 Ginette Mcleroy 1 year ago.


Has anyone taken Halcion? If so, have you taken it along with other prescription analgesics?
I am having all of my upper teeth removed and implants placed in 2 weeks. They will be giving me Halcion along with other strong pain medications and I have taken most of the medications, but never Halcion. I was just wondering what any of you may have felt like or the effects of the drug since it is new to me. ... Asked by Kelle Schilke 1 year ago.

I am having all of my upper teeth removed and implants placed in 2 weeks. They will be giving me Halcion along with other strong pain medications and I have taken most of the medications, but never Halcion. I was just wondering what any of you may have felt like or the effects of the drug since it is new to me. If anyone has had this proceedure done, I would love to chat with you too!! Thanks so much for any and All information you can give me! Not everything we need to know is really written in a medical journal or RX book! Answered by Nikia Wildridge 1 year ago.

Halcion (triazolam) is a distant cousin of valium (diazepam) and is typically used for sleep. It is very short acting, but you could have some drowsiness the next day. Be careful driving or doing other potentially dangerous activities before you know how the medicine will affect you. Although it is possible to become dependent on halcion, most people who don't have a history of substance abuse and take it short-term shouldn't have a problem. Answered by Jamel Marsico 1 year ago.

My bet is that it is safe. I've never taken it but if they're giving it to you, then it most likely is okay. Just don't over do it. Use onlly when necessary. Good luck. Answered by Bunny Samway 1 year ago.


Is a 0.25mg pill of Halcion sufficient?
I was prescribed Halcion to take before a dental procedure......is it good to take to reduce my anxiety about and and will it make me sleep during it or atleast be out of it enough to deal?? If you can't already tell, i have a serious phobia of the dentist. Asked by Azalee Tygart 1 year ago.

Halcion is used mostly for sleep. I guess you can also use it for anxiety. 0.25mg is the higher of the two strengths so it should be sufficient. Take good care of your teeth and they will take care of you. Answered by Marcelino Hunt 1 year ago.


Does Halcion make your fears of oral extraction go away or does it leave you defenseless against the Doctor?
Example : Can't run away To give people a clue I have shot-phobia Algophobia- Fear of pain Vaccinophobia- Fear of vaccination Aichmophobia- Fear of needles or pointed objects Asked by Joella Algier 1 year ago.

Halcion may make your fear and anxiety of dental procedures the following day go away. It's not a shot btw, it's in pill form so you don't have to be afraid of taking it, on a very limited basis. IMO taking halcion for fear of an upcoming dental appointment would be OK, just don't take it on a daily basis or anything like that. Halcion is what they started doing all the sleep-walking studies on in the 1990's. People would take the hypnotic-sleeping pill and then sleep-walk, it is an amnesic, in that you may have taken the pill 2 hours ago and you can get up in your sleep and do stuff you'd never do awake. Taking the pill for fears related to dental procedures I thinks it totally acceptable, but only once or twice NOT ALL THE TIME. It is addictive and you need more to achieve the same effect. Taking it is fine, go ahead and relax for your dentist appointment, I do know, however, a woman that took Halcion for an extended period and killed her own mother in a sleep-walking murder incident. So beware of extended use. Have a good dentist appointment and don't worry about taking it once for anxiety. (now that I've scared you to death) lol... Jane Answered by Elia Kmiec 1 year ago.

I dated a man for a long time and persisted (whilst neither folks have been with any one else) to have intercourse with each and every different for five years after wards. Why? Because we're first-rate peers and we now have demands. We have satisfactory intercourse and get each and every different like nobody else. We are nonetheless very well peers, however gave up the intercourse component to matters. It wasn't healthful. It used to be like a crutch for no longer putting in place time with anybody else. On paper we have been best. Best peers and satisfactory intercourse. In fact, we simply did not paintings. Now that we each observe it used to be dangerous and keeping us again from anything lasting with new men and women, we're a lot happier and maintain matters platonic. As on your husband, might be he is not there but and he or she is only a crutch. Or might be he's a crutch for her and he's quite seeking to aid her. These are questions he must ask himself after which be sincere with you. Answered by Suzanne Breeze 1 year ago.

It removes the fear of speaking the truth. Answered by Amos Bowlick 1 year ago.


Is my Halcion sleeping medication good, or evil? ?
It makes me sleepy, but I don't wake up with a hangover like that Trazadone. But I don't think it lasts very long. I believe two hours. Asked by Jennifer Riherd 1 year ago.

Halcion has a very short half-life. That's why it only last a few hours. That's also why Halcion is so addicting. There have been studies linking Halcion to depression, so if you are depressed, Halcion could exacerbate your depression. All of the benzodiazepines are addicting. Have you tried taking Benadryl? (Tylenol PM is the same thing as Benadryl, but you don't need extra Tylenol, so just purchase regular Benedryl, or the generic version, diphenhydramine.) It will make you very tired. Sometimes you'll awaken feeling pretty groggy; but at least Benadryl isn't addicting. Good luck. Answered by Richie Scheets 1 year ago.

Ask lestermount Answered by Racquel Tornincasa 1 year ago.

no sleeping meds can be good and can be dangerous something natural could be better there is valerian, melatonin, warm milk and honey to name a few take care Answered by Annis Liranzo 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever taken Halcion or know anything about the medication?
I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I... Asked by Meda Vollbrecht 1 year ago.

I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I will feel up to about 20 pounds of pressure. This sounds extremely scary to me. Also, he gave me a prescription for Halcion, which he wants me to take before the extraction. I am also nervous about that, as I am very senstitive to medication, but he said all it will do is relax me and that it will also relax my jaw which will make it easier and faster for him to extract the tooth. I want it to be as easy and fast as possible so I am planning on taking the Halcion before my appointment. Has anyone had any experience? I am curious about reactions to Halcion and what to expect to feel when I take it, and about the pain and/or pressure I may feel during the extraction. Thanks! Answered by Vance Bouquin 1 year ago.

Halcion (triazolam) is a benzodiazepine...similar to Xanax (alprazolam) or Versed (midazolam). These are all highly addicitive and very frequently abused medications. They make you feel really relaxed and sleepy. So, the common "side-effects" are feeling drowsy, dizzy, light-headed, and clumsy...not unlike being drunk from alcohol, but without the nasty hangover. Rarely, people can have some GI side effects, like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation. But these are unlikely, especially given the small dose you were likely prescribed...and the short course for which you are taking it. And the "addiction" issue is NO problem whatsoever - as you will only be taking it this one time, before the procedure. So don't worry about this. (You should be more worried that a drug-seeker will find out you have it, and break into your house to get it. Seriously.) So...its up to you as to whether to take it. I sure would! The extraction would be quite miserable otherwise. But if you take it, you might even sleep through most of the procedure...! The initial "numbing" up of your mouth with the anesthetic will be painful and burn, regardless. But at least it only lasts for a short time, and then you are numb. I am very surprised they said you won't feel any pain. It is almost worst when you DO feel pain when they tell you that you won't! You will feel pain, but before you count to 60...you'll just feel numb. Without the Halcion and without the anesthetic, the dental extraction would be almost unbearably painful and miserable. In any event. I hope this helped some and that it goes well and without pain or difficulties for you! God bless. - Answered by Markita Padinha 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever taken halcion before a wisdom tooth extraction?
I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I... Asked by Betsey Valladores 1 year ago.

I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I will feel up to about 20 pounds of pressure. This sounds extremely scary to me. Also, he gave me a prescription for Halcion, which he wants me to take before the extraction. I am also nervous about that, as I am very senstitive to medication, but he said all it will do is relax me and that it will also relax my jaw which will make it easier and faster for him to extract the tooth. I want it to be as easy and fast as possible so I am planning on taking the Halcion before my appointment. Has anyone had any experience? I am curious about reactions to Halcion and what to expect to feel when I take it, and about the pain/pressure I may feel, expecially if the tooth breaks. Answered by Andra Sloter 1 year ago.

Halcion, contrary to what the dentist has told you is a very strong medication. My dentist gives me 3 teaspoons of it. You will be "Awake" but your mind will be closed. You will not feel a thing. You will not feel any pulling, in short Halcion "Closes your mind". I don't know if they told you or not, but you should take the Halcion 1/2 hour before your scheduled appointment, and you should take it, at the dentist's office, and be sure to have a ride home after that, as you will not be able to drive. The reactions to the medicine is "Talkativeness" you will talk alot, after the procedure, you may repeat things over and over again. Also it has a high amnesia effect so you won't remember doing or saying things. It may make you lightheaded so be careful walking. Other than that, you won't remember anything about your appointment, and if you do, it will be very slight, and you will have a "I can care less" feeling about it. Answered by Johnson Sturgis 1 year ago.

Halcion is a sleeping pill. It will put you to sleep in about 20 minutes max. It is also of the same family of drugs as Valium and some other sleeping pills. Most of them are pretty good muscle relaxants. Don't worry about the extraction. Dentists are true experts in blocking pain. I had two wisdom teeth and one other tooth pulled under Novocaine, and they were all quick and easy. But there has to be pressure to get them loose. Pressure is not pain. And if the tooth breaks, you won't feel it, and it is a good thing if the tooth breaks because then it is much easier to get out. Dentists often break teeth before they try to extract them. The problem with taking the Halcion is that you are going to need someone to take you home, and you are going to sleep when you get home, and then you won't be able to sleep that night. Halcion (along with a bunch of related drugs) has a kind of rebound effect, so that when it wears off you are wide awake and couldn't possibly sleep. So don't worry about suffering, but do plan on what the Halcion is going to do to you. Answered by Cody Gellis 1 year ago.

I once had a skin graft to enhance my receeding gums. To do this, they take the skin from the roof of your mouth. The dentist gave me a halcion beforehand to calm my nerves. It made me very relaxed, and the procedure went smoothly. I highly recommend the halcion. If you get a prescription, it also works as a killer sleeping pill. Answered by Ebony Brimmage 1 year ago.

Halcion is ALL GOOD. Nothing to worry about!! It'll really calm you down. If he gave you a few, try one half at home. You'll see, it's all good. Stop stressing, hon! :) Answered by Shyla Svay 1 year ago.


How does dalmane compare with halcion?
Asked by Annmarie Wehmeier 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: how does dalmane compare with halcion? Answered by Etha Hackethal 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 Ellena Galligan 1 year ago.


Has anyone taken Halcion? If so, have you taken it along with other prescription analgesics?
I am having all of my upper teeth removed and implants placed in 2 weeks. They will be giving me Halcion along with other strong pain medications and I have taken most of the medications, but never Halcion. I was just wondering what any of you may have felt like or the effects of the drug since it is new to me. ... Asked by Son Foshee 1 year ago.

I am having all of my upper teeth removed and implants placed in 2 weeks. They will be giving me Halcion along with other strong pain medications and I have taken most of the medications, but never Halcion. I was just wondering what any of you may have felt like or the effects of the drug since it is new to me. If anyone has had this proceedure done, I would love to chat with you too!! Thanks so much for any and All information you can give me! Not everything we need to know is really written in a medical journal or RX book! Answered by Frances Moscone 1 year ago.

Halcion (triazolam) is a distant cousin of valium (diazepam) and is typically used for sleep. It is very short acting, but you could have some drowsiness the next day. Be careful driving or doing other potentially dangerous activities before you know how the medicine will affect you. Although it is possible to become dependent on halcion, most people who don't have a history of substance abuse and take it short-term shouldn't have a problem. Answered by Augustine Oneill 1 year ago.

My bet is that it is safe. I've never taken it but if they're giving it to you, then it most likely is okay. Just don't over do it. Use onlly when necessary. Good luck. Answered by Tijuana Buchann 1 year ago.


Is a 0.25mg pill of Halcion sufficient?
I was prescribed Halcion to take before a dental procedure......is it good to take to reduce my anxiety about and and will it make me sleep during it or atleast be out of it enough to deal?? If you can't already tell, i have a serious phobia of the dentist. Asked by Lashawn Granes 1 year ago.

Halcion is used mostly for sleep. I guess you can also use it for anxiety. 0.25mg is the higher of the two strengths so it should be sufficient. Take good care of your teeth and they will take care of you. Answered by Cristen Kolm 1 year ago.


Does Halcion make your fears of oral extraction go away or does it leave you defenseless against the Doctor?
Example : Can't run away To give people a clue I have shot-phobia Algophobia- Fear of pain Vaccinophobia- Fear of vaccination Aichmophobia- Fear of needles or pointed objects Asked by Daren Jaramillo 1 year ago.

Halcion may make your fear and anxiety of dental procedures the following day go away. It's not a shot btw, it's in pill form so you don't have to be afraid of taking it, on a very limited basis. IMO taking halcion for fear of an upcoming dental appointment would be OK, just don't take it on a daily basis or anything like that. Halcion is what they started doing all the sleep-walking studies on in the 1990's. People would take the hypnotic-sleeping pill and then sleep-walk, it is an amnesic, in that you may have taken the pill 2 hours ago and you can get up in your sleep and do stuff you'd never do awake. Taking the pill for fears related to dental procedures I thinks it totally acceptable, but only once or twice NOT ALL THE TIME. It is addictive and you need more to achieve the same effect. Taking it is fine, go ahead and relax for your dentist appointment, I do know, however, a woman that took Halcion for an extended period and killed her own mother in a sleep-walking murder incident. So beware of extended use. Have a good dentist appointment and don't worry about taking it once for anxiety. (now that I've scared you to death) lol... Jane Answered by Danika Cossell 1 year ago.

I dated a man for a long time and persisted (whilst neither folks have been with any one else) to have intercourse with each and every different for five years after wards. Why? Because we're first-rate peers and we now have demands. We have satisfactory intercourse and get each and every different like nobody else. We are nonetheless very well peers, however gave up the intercourse component to matters. It wasn't healthful. It used to be like a crutch for no longer putting in place time with anybody else. On paper we have been best. Best peers and satisfactory intercourse. In fact, we simply did not paintings. Now that we each observe it used to be dangerous and keeping us again from anything lasting with new men and women, we're a lot happier and maintain matters platonic. As on your husband, might be he is not there but and he or she is only a crutch. Or might be he's a crutch for her and he's quite seeking to aid her. These are questions he must ask himself after which be sincere with you. Answered by Winston Runk 1 year ago.

It removes the fear of speaking the truth. Answered by Margurite Ailshire 1 year ago.


Is my Halcion sleeping medication good, or evil? ?
It makes me sleepy, but I don't wake up with a hangover like that Trazadone. But I don't think it lasts very long. I believe two hours. Asked by Jerrell Wengel 1 year ago.

Halcion has a very short half-life. That's why it only last a few hours. That's also why Halcion is so addicting. There have been studies linking Halcion to depression, so if you are depressed, Halcion could exacerbate your depression. All of the benzodiazepines are addicting. Have you tried taking Benadryl? (Tylenol PM is the same thing as Benadryl, but you don't need extra Tylenol, so just purchase regular Benedryl, or the generic version, diphenhydramine.) It will make you very tired. Sometimes you'll awaken feeling pretty groggy; but at least Benadryl isn't addicting. Good luck. Answered by Chantelle Sauceman 1 year ago.

Ask lestermount Answered by Isaura Cisnero 1 year ago.

no sleeping meds can be good and can be dangerous something natural could be better there is valerian, melatonin, warm milk and honey to name a few take care Answered by Machelle Drapeau 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever taken Halcion or know anything about the medication?
I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I... Asked by Jessica Tipold 1 year ago.

I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I will feel up to about 20 pounds of pressure. This sounds extremely scary to me. Also, he gave me a prescription for Halcion, which he wants me to take before the extraction. I am also nervous about that, as I am very senstitive to medication, but he said all it will do is relax me and that it will also relax my jaw which will make it easier and faster for him to extract the tooth. I want it to be as easy and fast as possible so I am planning on taking the Halcion before my appointment. Has anyone had any experience? I am curious about reactions to Halcion and what to expect to feel when I take it, and about the pain and/or pressure I may feel during the extraction. Thanks! Answered by Tony Charters 1 year ago.

Halcion (triazolam) is a benzodiazepine...similar to Xanax (alprazolam) or Versed (midazolam). These are all highly addicitive and very frequently abused medications. They make you feel really relaxed and sleepy. So, the common "side-effects" are feeling drowsy, dizzy, light-headed, and clumsy...not unlike being drunk from alcohol, but without the nasty hangover. Rarely, people can have some GI side effects, like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation. But these are unlikely, especially given the small dose you were likely prescribed...and the short course for which you are taking it. And the "addiction" issue is NO problem whatsoever - as you will only be taking it this one time, before the procedure. So don't worry about this. (You should be more worried that a drug-seeker will find out you have it, and break into your house to get it. Seriously.) So...its up to you as to whether to take it. I sure would! The extraction would be quite miserable otherwise. But if you take it, you might even sleep through most of the procedure...! The initial "numbing" up of your mouth with the anesthetic will be painful and burn, regardless. But at least it only lasts for a short time, and then you are numb. I am very surprised they said you won't feel any pain. It is almost worst when you DO feel pain when they tell you that you won't! You will feel pain, but before you count to 60...you'll just feel numb. Without the Halcion and without the anesthetic, the dental extraction would be almost unbearably painful and miserable. In any event. I hope this helped some and that it goes well and without pain or difficulties for you! God bless. - Answered by Lashawn Phay 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever taken halcion before a wisdom tooth extraction?
I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I... Asked by Eliza Temme 1 year ago.

I am having one wisdom tooth pulled sometime in the next couple of weeks. It is an upper tooth. (I am 35 years old.)The tooth is not impacted. It is broken and has decay. I will be awake during the procedure, with just novocaine to numb the area. The oral surgeon and his assistant said I will not feel pain but I will feel up to about 20 pounds of pressure. This sounds extremely scary to me. Also, he gave me a prescription for Halcion, which he wants me to take before the extraction. I am also nervous about that, as I am very senstitive to medication, but he said all it will do is relax me and that it will also relax my jaw which will make it easier and faster for him to extract the tooth. I want it to be as easy and fast as possible so I am planning on taking the Halcion before my appointment. Has anyone had any experience? I am curious about reactions to Halcion and what to expect to feel when I take it, and about the pain/pressure I may feel, expecially if the tooth breaks. Answered by Terica Tailor 1 year ago.

Halcion, contrary to what the dentist has told you is a very strong medication. My dentist gives me 3 teaspoons of it. You will be "Awake" but your mind will be closed. You will not feel a thing. You will not feel any pulling, in short Halcion "Closes your mind". I don't know if they told you or not, but you should take the Halcion 1/2 hour before your scheduled appointment, and you should take it, at the dentist's office, and be sure to have a ride home after that, as you will not be able to drive. The reactions to the medicine is "Talkativeness" you will talk alot, after the procedure, you may repeat things over and over again. Also it has a high amnesia effect so you won't remember doing or saying things. It may make you lightheaded so be careful walking. Other than that, you won't remember anything about your appointment, and if you do, it will be very slight, and you will have a "I can care less" feeling about it. Answered by Roseanne Lemley 1 year ago.

Halcion is a sleeping pill. It will put you to sleep in about 20 minutes max. It is also of the same family of drugs as Valium and some other sleeping pills. Most of them are pretty good muscle relaxants. Don't worry about the extraction. Dentists are true experts in blocking pain. I had two wisdom teeth and one other tooth pulled under Novocaine, and they were all quick and easy. But there has to be pressure to get them loose. Pressure is not pain. And if the tooth breaks, you won't feel it, and it is a good thing if the tooth breaks because then it is much easier to get out. Dentists often break teeth before they try to extract them. The problem with taking the Halcion is that you are going to need someone to take you home, and you are going to sleep when you get home, and then you won't be able to sleep that night. Halcion (along with a bunch of related drugs) has a kind of rebound effect, so that when it wears off you are wide awake and couldn't possibly sleep. So don't worry about suffering, but do plan on what the Halcion is going to do to you. Answered by Deandrea Raisch 1 year ago.

I once had a skin graft to enhance my receeding gums. To do this, they take the skin from the roof of your mouth. The dentist gave me a halcion beforehand to calm my nerves. It made me very relaxed, and the procedure went smoothly. I highly recommend the halcion. If you get a prescription, it also works as a killer sleeping pill. Answered by Joeann Swaynos 1 year ago.

Halcion is ALL GOOD. Nothing to worry about!! It'll really calm you down. If he gave you a few, try one half at home. You'll see, it's all good. Stop stressing, hon! :) Answered by Rita Fass 1 year ago.


How does dalmane compare with halcion?
Asked by Rachell Schwizer 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: how does dalmane compare with halcion? Answered by Donna Gilderman 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 Ranee Elles 1 year ago.


Has anyone taken Halcion? If so, have you taken it along with other prescription analgesics?
I am having all of my upper teeth removed and implants placed in 2 weeks. They will be giving me Halcion along with other strong pain medications and I have taken most of the medications, but never Halcion. I was just wondering what any of you may have felt like or the effects of the drug since it is new to me. ... Asked by Deana Copher 1 year ago.

I am having all of my upper teeth removed and implants placed in 2 weeks. They will be giving me Halcion along with other strong pain medications and I have taken most of the medications, but never Halcion. I was just wondering what any of you may have felt like or the effects of the drug since it is new to me. If anyone has had this proceedure done, I would love to chat with you too!! Thanks so much for any and All information you can give me! Not everything we need to know is really written in a medical journal or RX book! Answered by Brett Drullard 1 year ago.

Halcion (triazolam) is a distant cousin of valium (diazepam) and is typically used for sleep. It is very short acting, but you could have some drowsiness the next day. Be careful driving or doing other potentially dangerous activities before you know how the medicine will affect you. Although it is possible to become dependent on halcion, most people who don't have a history of substance abuse and take it short-term shouldn't have a problem. Answered by Margaret Chassaniol 1 year ago.

My bet is that it is safe. I've never taken it but if they're giving it to you, then it most likely is okay. Just don't over do it. Use onlly when necessary. Good luck. Answered by Thuy Wellman 1 year ago.


Is a 0.25mg pill of Halcion sufficient?
I was prescribed Halcion to take before a dental procedure......is it good to take to reduce my anxiety about and and will it make me sleep during it or atleast be out of it enough to deal?? If you can't already tell, i have a serious phobia of the dentist. Asked by Sasha Grymes 1 year ago.

Halcion is used mostly for sleep. I guess you can also use it for anxiety. 0.25mg is the higher of the two strengths so it should be sufficient. Take good care of your teeth and they will take care of you. Answered by Ross Caporale 1 year ago.


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