Being sedated is fine - it's actually an effect I welcome, but not to the point where I become tired.
To give you an idea of my tolerance: yesterday I took 4mg alprazolam and 6mg flunitrazepam, and initially it was nice, but after a while I became too tired. My question is this: if you take into account my tolerance, how much alprazolam and how much flunitrazepam would you take?
Despite their many beneficial effects, barbiturates and benzodiazepines have the potential for abuse and should be used only as prescribed.
During the first few days after taking a prescribed CNS depressant, a person usually feels drowsy and uncoordinated, however this will diminish.
I don't have any personal experience with flunitrazepam however, I know some BDD regulars have and they'll be able to chime in on the subject...
I do, I have a tolerance to Xanax as I take it way more often than flunitrazepam, but even if I did not there would be the cross tolerance.
Advances in pharmacology have permitted more specific targeting of receptors, and greater selectivity of agents, which necessitates greater precision when describing these agents and their effects: Doctors often administer sedatives to patients in order to dull the patient's anxiety related to painful or anxiety-provoking procedures.But mentioning that they may work together on the sedation have already given me ideas, but I'd still like to hear more answers, perhaps some that are longer and more elaborate but still, thanks!I told you how much I usually take, my question is how much would you suggest I take?Sedatives are central nervous system (CNS) depressants, a category of drugs that slow normal brain function.There are various kinds of CNS depressants, most of which act on the brain by affecting the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA).