Restoril (temazepam) is in a class of medications called benzodiazepines, which are focal sensory system depressants and controlled substances. Restoril is commonly recommended as a transient tranquilizer to treat sleep deprivation for close to 10 days and it works by abating movement in your cerebrum. At the point when it’s joined with different depressants or liquor or taken in huge measurements, Restoril can cause lost awareness and respiratory disappointment, so it’s imperative to realize to what extent it stays in your framework to keep away from negative medication collaborations.
The measure of time a benzodiazepine stays in your framework depends incompletely on what type it is—ultra-short, short, middle of the road, or long-acting. Ultra-short benzos have a half-existence of less than five hours, while short-to moderate acting benzodiazepines have a half-life from five to 24 hours. Long-acting benzos have a half-life surpassing 24 hours. A half-life implies that a large portion of the medication has been wiped out from your framework and it takes five to seven half-lives to get out 98 percent of a medication portion.
Regular Side Effects
It’s prescribed that you possibly take Restoril in the event that you can remain in bed for seven to eight hours before you need to get up again as the drug will steady you amid that timeframe.
The symptoms frequently noted from Restoril include:
- Feeling sleepy the following day
- Cerebral pain
- Dry mouth
- Loose bowels