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Triazolam - If a 0.25 pill doesn't seem to help you fall asleep would it be ok to take another one?

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Rajive Goel 28 Jan 2012

For most people, the recommended triazolam dose for insomnia treatment is triazolam 0.25 mg at bedtime (just before trying to go to sleep). For elderly people or smaller people, the recommended dose is lower -- triazolam 0.125 mg at bedtime.

In rare circumstances, a doc may need to increase the dose up to triazolam 0.5 mg at bedtime, although most people do well on a lower dose.

Triazolam is intended only for short-term use. Use beyond 7 to 10 days is usually considered inappropriate.

Do not double your dose without seeking the advice of the doc who prescribed the med.

Please take care, best wishes!

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