Halcion 50 mg


Halcion 50 MG is a medicine for insomnia. It helps you fall asleep faster and stay asleep at night. It’s commonly used for short periods. It’s part of a group of drugs called benzodiazepines.

Speak to a physician or doctor if you have any concerns. Other medical conditions may potentially benefit from this drug’s use.

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When Should You Take Halcion 50 MG?

They must to be informed if you suffer from any of the conditions that follow:

  • Kidney illness
  • Liver illness
  • Respiratory or lung disease
  • Psychiatric condition
  • The disordered use of drugs
  • Suicidal thoughts or attempts by people
  • Triazolam and other medications, foods, colors, or preservatives could cause an unexpected or adverse reaction.
  • Trying to conceive or currently pregnant
  • Breastfeeding

How Exactly Should You Take This Medicine?

Take this medicine by mouth with a glass of water. Use it only before bedtime and follow the instructions on the prescription label. Don’t take it more often than prescribed. If you’ve been taking it for a while, don’t suddenly stop. To avoid serious side effects, you need to slowly reduce the dose. Talk to your healthcare team for guidance. Even after you stop taking it, this medicine might still affect your body for several days.

Every time you get a new medication or a refill, the pharmacy technician will give you a special Spark Life Energy. Be sure to read it each time.

Talk to your medical team about giving this drug to children. You may need to be extra careful.


If you think you’ve taken too much of this medicine, go to the emergency room or call an ambulance immediately.

Please note: This medicine is only for you. Don’t share it with anyone else.

What if I forget a dose?

If you forget to take a dose, take it as soon as you remember. But if it’s almost time for your next dose, just take that one. Never take two doses together.

What Things Might Interact with This Drug?

Taking this drug with any of these conditions is not advised:

  • Boceprevir
  • specific HIV/AIDS antiviral medicines
  • some antifungal medicines, including itraconazole and ketoconazole.
  • opioid painkillers for coughs
  • Nefazodone
  • Salt oxybate
  • Telaprevir

The following can also communicate with this medicine:

  • Alcohol
  • Antihistamines for colds, flu, and allergies
  • Several antibiotics, including isoniazid, erythromycin, and clarithromycin
  • Some sleep aids and anxiety drugs
  • specific drugs for hypertension, heart disease, and irregular heartbeat
  • Several antidepressants, including amitriptyline, fluoxetine, and sertraline,
  • Several seizure drugs, including phenobarbital, phenytoin, and primidone
  • Several stomach-related drugs, including cimetidine and the drug ranitidine,
  • Progestin or hormones related to estrogen
  • Lidocaine, pramoxine, and tetracaine are examples of general anesthetics.
  • Orange juice
  • drugs to relax muscles before surgery
  • Painkillers that contain opioids
  • Phenothiazines, including thioridazine, prochlorperazine, mesoridazine, and chlorpromazine

What Should I Be on the Lookout for When Using This Medicine?

Unless your doctor tells you to stop, don’t quit taking this medicine. It could cause a bad reaction. Your healthcare team will tell you how much to take. If you use it for a long time, your body and brain might get used to it. This could happen even if you’re following your doctor’s instructions. You and your healthcare team will decide how long you need to keep taking the medicine.

After you take this medicine, make sure you plan to sleep for a full night in bed (around 7 to 8 hours). If you take it the night before, you might still feel sleepy.

This medicine might make it hard for you to think clearly, react quickly, or keep your balance. Until you know how it affects you, don’t drive or use machinery.

To lower your risk of feeling dizzy or passing out, stand up or sit up slowly. Drinking alcohol while taking this medicine can increase the chance of these side effects.

If you’re already taking a medication that makes you sleepy, you might feel more side effects. Tell your medical team about all the medicines you’re taking. They’ll tell you how much to take. Don’t take more medicine than they say. If you have trouble breathing or feel very drowsy, get medical help immediately.

What Negative Effects Does Halcion 50 MG Have?

The following side effects should be reported as soon as feasible to your medical team:

  • Signs of allergic reactions include skin rashes, itching, hives, and swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or neck.
  • CNS depression means having trouble staying awake, difficulty breathing, feeling dizzy, having fainting spells, and breathing slowly or not deeply.
  • Feeling nervous, confused, seeing things that aren’t there, feeling angry or aggressive, thinking about hurting yourself or others, feeling sadder, or having other mood changes are some examples of changes in how you feel and act.
  • Doing things while you’re asleep, like traveling, eating, or having sex, that you don’t remember afterwards.


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