PMID: 16793Jan 1, 1976

Intermediate use of triazolam: a sleep laboratory study

The Journal of International Medical Research
T RothT Lutz


The present study was undertaken to evaluate the intermediate effects of triazolam 0-5 mg on the sleep of insomniac patients. The results showed that triazolam is effective in inducing and maintaining sleep without producing any major effects on sleep staging. Triazolam did not lead to significant subjective complaints or any deterioration in the physical condition of the patients. The effectiveness of traizolam did not vary over a two-week period.


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