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Best Bz For Keeping You Asleep


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Hey guys wondering what your thoughts are on which BZ is best for keeping you asleep... not knocking you out but I have trouble staying asleep through out the night and have only tried the main 3... so curious about these broom, nitrz, etc?

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I am scripted Zolp1dem and it works for me and generally keeps me sleeping for 6 to 8 hours. It helps to take it and read a little to relax and unwind from the day and let the med do its thing. I find if I think about sleeping I can not sleep.

 

The other BZ that works for sleep for me is Alp as my tollerance is relatively low but I am sure you know Alp is extremely addictive. The few times I made the mistake of adding a glass of wine to the mix I was literally down for the count. I will never mix them again and please note the combo can be lethal. 

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I am scripted Zolp1dem and it works for me and generally keeps me sleeping for 6 to 8 hours. It helps to take it and read a little to relax and unwind from the day and let the med do its thing. I find if I think about sleeping I can not sleep.

 

The other BZ that works for sleep for me is Alp as my tollerance is relatively low but I am sure you know Alp is extremely addictive. The few times I made the mistake of adding a glass of wine to the mix I was literally down for the count. I will never mix them again and please note the combo can be lethal. 

I have gone through some lets just say addictive periods with Alp so my tolerance is kinda always there if that makes sense... used to have some Zolp and it did work great but I just fell if I were to take that on a regular basis I would never be able to sleep without it... or is it non-addictive?

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Ambien isn't a benzo my friend. It acts much in the same hypnotic fashion as benzos, but it is not a benzo. For me the best thing for sleep was Phenazepam or flunitrazepam. The memory issues with the latter are fucking terrible and the former lasts for WAY to long. IMO.

The more common benzo that is good for sleep is Temazepam. It is the only drug in the benzo class that does not disrupt REM sleep. So if you're taking it for sleep, that's the one I would shoot for.

Edit: Ambien/Zolp is not addictive. That's why it's so much more common.

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Edit: Ambien/Zolp is not addictive. That's why it's so much more common.

 

Actually, Ambien can be addictive. It's less common than some substances, but the potential is certainly there. 

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It's not considered to be an addiction risk by the medical community. It does have abuse potential, but if you take it for a long period and stop you aren't going to go into withdrawal like you would with an opiate or benzo. Anyone can get addicted to anything, I suppose. You make a fair point.

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Ya know doctors can prescribe drugs off label (to be used for something else than originally intended). I had used a small dose of seroquel in the past to help me sleep as suggested by my doc. It's for schizophrenia but used in super high does. I was using the lowest. It worked good, almost too good. Knocked me out and I slept like a rock but it was a bitch getting up in the morning. You may want to ask you doc about other non-addicting off label meds.

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Sex at bed time, always knocks me out and I get refreshing sleep

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Sex at bed time, always knocks me out and I get refreshing sleep

 

Well medicated, serviced AND refreshed. No wonder you've got that huge smile on your face! :D

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Just some crap I stumbled across, I make NO CLAIMS TO KNOW ANYTHING!!!

 

Ambien is infamous for causing people to sleepwalk, raid their refrigerators, or even go for a drive—without remembering any of it the following morning.

But can this sleeping pill be addictive? Experts say no—not if it's used as directed. However, people who take Ambien at higher-than-recommended doses or for long periods of time may be unaware that they are boosting its addictive potential.

Ambien is far less likely than some other prescription medications to provoke misuse and dependence, but it's not entirely benign, either. "We're now seeing more and more case reports—many case reports—of people becoming genuinely addicted," says Stephen Ross, MD, an addiction expert at the New York University School of Medicine.

Interesting post.

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Keep in mind that many in the medical professional field still consider Tramadol non-addictive.  We all know that is a crock of shit.

 

I have a close family member who was addicted to Z0lp.  It was her D.O.C.  She figured out that if she fought off the feelings/urges for sleep, that she really enjoyed the buzz/high/trip she got from z0lp.  Especially mixed with alcohol.  She started taking z0lp in the daytime, sometimes even upon waking up because she liked it so much.  Before she decided to detox, she was taking 20-40 mgs a day and drinking a pint of liquor with it.  Was some absolutely terrifying behavior induced by this, and frankly, she's lucky to still be alive.  I almost cried tears of joy when she dumped her last 8 z0lps down the toilet in front of me.

 

Back OT, Nitr@z kicks ass for getting to sleep and staying asleep.  Don't take too much, or take it too late though, half life is between that of K pin and V@l, so it may leave you a bit groggy.

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Keep in mind that many in the medical professional field still consider Tramadol non-addictive.  We all know that is a crock of shit.

 

I have a close family member who was addicted to Z0lp.  It was her D.O.C.  She figured out that if she fought off the feelings/urges for sleep, that she really enjoyed the buzz/high/trip she got from z0lp.  Especially mixed with alcohol.  She started taking z0lp in the daytime, sometimes even upon waking up because she liked it so much.  Before she decided to detox, she was taking 20-40 mgs a day and drinking a pint of liquor with it.  Was some absolutely terrifying behavior induced by this, and frankly, she's lucky to still be alive.  I almost cried tears of joy when she dumped her last 8 z0lps down the toilet in front of me.

 

Back OT, Nitr@z kicks ass for getting to sleep and staying asleep.  Don't take too much, or take it too late though, half life is between that of K pin and V@l, so it may leave you a bit groggy.

Thanks guys I knew Zolp was not a BZ but am really open to anything.. Heard great things about Nitr@z so I might try that..

 

Funny you mention phen@zpam cause I got like 200 "2mg zan's" that I actually think I fakes with that in them as many have said that it knocks them out and they don't have that next day hangover and experience where time just flys by like on Alp..

 

check the thread under fake xan@x and I have a picture link and all... when I got them and googled them nothing... now they are all over google so I am not sure?

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I too have used nitrazapam it does help with sleep but my favorite and most effective way to sleep is Kpin and norco combo I'm not big into benzos as I was a year ago xanz always did the trick for me but after using them for years for my panic disorder (not triggered but real disorder), I found myself up in the 5-6 mgs a day range when I decided to stop the madness. I would not wish that on anyone. I'm a big anti xan person now. Its fu**in evil! Anyway kpin is less addictive and I don't have the need to go up in doses. Its great for sleep long half life. I just add a norco in and I'm out with no probs. Codiene is good to take with too, in case your not into harder opiates.

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I am scripted Zolp1dem and it works for me and generally keeps me sleeping for 6 to 8 hours. It helps to take it and read a little to relax and unwind from the day and let the med do its thing. I find if I think about sleeping I can not sleep.

The other BZ that works for sleep for me is Alp as my tollerance is relatively low but I am sure you know Alp is extremely addictive. The few times I made the mistake of adding a glass of wine to the mix I was literally down for the count. I will never mix them again and please note the combo can be lethal.

I have issues sleep walking with that med. The only thing I an use for sleep is unisom, or benadryl.
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