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Most Effective Short Half Life Benzo For Anxiety And Sleep


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As long as they aren't spelled out letter for letter. For example, Xan, X*n*x, Xannies, etc. are all fine.

thank you will stick to that

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Son@t@ for sleep. Half life is about 1 hour

D0rmicum is about 3

Hope that helps

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Zan, easily. Rivits second place.

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I agree, I think xan aka alpraz... works really well. It has a very short mechanism of action, ninety percent of peak effects are achieved within the first hour.

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Try alprozolam.

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I agree with everyone 100%.  Zanies get to work quickly (with 15-20 minutes--sometimes less), and you'll be out within the hour if you want to be. The half-life is very short, so if you take it every night, you will become physically dependent.  You might experience withdrawals between doses as well.  

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Shorter half-life is easier to get quickly addicted .... Just a thought!

All the best.

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Get some ambien or zopiclone non-benzo!

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If you can get some Mianserin (tetracyclic antidepressant) Is great for sleep and not addicting. Its an old type of AD thats mainly sedative.

Your doctor will also prob prescribe this wery easy. The other option is Mirtazapine wich is similar.

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temazepam

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From Wikipedia. I could not get it to paste in right but you can get an idea:

 

 

Drug Name  Common Brand Names*  Elimination  Half-Life
Triazolam  Halcion, Rilamir  2-2  hours
Bretazenil[10]  N/A  2.5-2.5  hours
Midazolam  Dormicum, Versed, Hypnovel, Dormonid  3-3  hours
Tetrazepam  Myolastan  3–26  hours
Oxazepam  Seresta, Serax, Serenid, Serepax, Sobril, Oxabenz, Oxapax, Opamox  4–15  hours
Brotizolam  Lendormin, Dormex, Sintonal, Noctilan  4–5  hours
Chlordiazepoxide  Librium, Risolid, Elenium  5–30  hours
Etizolam  Etilaam, Etizest, Pasaden, Depas  6-6  hours
Loprazolam  Dormonoct  6–12  hours
Clotiazepam  Veratran, Clozan, Rize  6–18  hours
Temazepam  Restoril, Normison, Euhypnos, Temaze, Tenox  8–22  hours
Cinolazepam  Gerodorm  9-9  hours
Alprazolam  Helex, Xanax, Xanor, Onax, Alprox, Restyl, Tafil,  9–20  hours
Lormetazepam  Loramet, Noctamid, Pronoctan  10–12  hours
Premazepam  N/A  10–13  hours
Bromazepam  Lectopam, Lexaurin, Lexotanil, Lexotan, Bromam  10–20  hours
Lorazepam  Ativan, Lorenin, Lorsilan, Temesta, Tavor, Lorabenz  10–20  hours
Estazolam  ProSom  10–24  hours
Nimetazepam  Erimin  14–30  hours
Nitrazepam  Mogadon, Alodorm, Pacisyn, Dumolid, Nitrazadon  15–38  hours
Pyrazolam  N/A  16-18  hours
Flunitrazepam  Rohypnol, Hipnosedon, Vulbegal, Fluscand, Flunipam, Ronal, Rohydorm,  18–26  hours
Clonazepam  Rivatril, Rivotril, Klonopin, Iktorivil, Paxam  18–50  hours
Cloxazolam  Sepazon, Olcadil  18–50  hours
Diazepam  Antenex, Apaurin, Apzepam, Apozepam, Hexalid, Pax, Stesolid, Stedon, Valium, Vival, Valaxona  20–100  hours
Halazepam  Paxipam  30–100  hours
Ketazolam  Anxon  30–100  hours
Clorazepate  Tranxene, Tranxilium  36–100  hours
Medazepam  Nobrium, Ansilan, Mezapam, Rudotel, Raporan  36–200  hours
Prazepam  Lysanxia, Centrax  36–200  hours
Quazepam  Doral  39–120  hours
Pinazepam  Domar  40–100  hours
Flurazepam  Dalmadorm, Dalmane  40–250  hours
Diclazepam[11]  N/A  42–220  hours
Ethyl loflazepate  Victan, Meilax, Ronlax  50–100  hours
Nordazepam  Madar, Stilny  50–120  hours
Delorazepam  Dadumir  60–140  hours
Phenazepam  Phenazepam  60-60  hours
Flutoprazepam  Restas  60–90  hours
Flubromazepam[12]  N/A  100–220  hours

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That's a very informative list! 250 hours, I had no idea. I thought long was more like 100. Learn something new every day.

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That's a very informative list! 250 hours, I had no idea. I thought long was more like 100. Learn something new every day.

 

2E, I think some of those 1/2 life estimates are on the high end for people who use regularly or take more that prescribed.

 

I did not include the z drugs since they are really not bzos. They have a super short 1/2.

 

Again check out wiki b****s.

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Thanks for the impressive list - I like tri@zol@m and mid@zol@m best because of the very short half-life if you want to just have a short night's sleep. I have tried the mid@z and it worked great for me but have yet to try the tri@z. But there are other good ones too on that list - I guess it's a case of what works best for you.

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