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Re: a Xanax User Asks "What's the Best Drug for Sleeping ?"
« Reply #14 from previous page: January 11, 2016, 03:37:25 AM »
I'd add Sonata to the list open the capsules in your most relaxing potent chamomile tea. It'll do the trick with no hangover, but it'll take at least 2 30mg caps.

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Re: a Xanax User Asks "What's the Best Drug for Sleeping ?"
« Reply #15 on: January 11, 2016, 04:53:41 AM »
Has anyone tried Belsomra / Suvorexant for sleep or for fun?

It's an orexin receptor antagonist that's supposed to induce sleep by inhibiting the chemicals in the brain that promote wastefulness.

I've been interested in this stuff since seeing the drug commercials a while ago. The commercials said its different than other prescription sleep meds.

Wikipedia said its got an abuse potential similar to Ambien. It's scheduled as a C-IV like other benzos and Z-drugs.
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Re: a Xanax User Asks "What's the Best Drug for Sleeping ?"
« Reply #16 on: February 06, 2016, 07:38:38 PM »
>snip<It's an orexin receptor antagonist that's supposed to induce sleep by inhibiting the chemicals in the brain that promote wastefulness.

I didn't know there was a specific neurotransmitter that did that. LOL.

Really though, I would like to try it out. Might be a strange type of high, or maybe just puts you to sleep. If it does get one buzzed, then this would be new territory insofar as drugs of abuse/recreational chemicals are concerned, because orexin antagonism has not heretofore been explored in that manner.

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Re: a Xanax User Asks "What's the Best Drug for Sleeping ?"
« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2016, 09:37:45 PM »
Zoops, ... promoting wastefulness ?

as in "I wanna get fully wasted" ?

cool ... ;)
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Re: a Xanax User Asks "What's the Best Drug for Sleeping ?"
« Reply #18 on: February 07, 2016, 02:00:51 AM »
I didn't know there was a specific neurotransmitter that did that. LOL.

Really though, I would like to try it out. Might be a strange type of high, or maybe just puts you to sleep. If it does get one buzzed, then this would be new territory insofar as drugs of abuse/recreational chemicals are concerned, because orexin antagonism has not heretofore been explored in that manner.

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Autocorrect mistake: it should have been "promotes wakefulness." 

It's classified as a C-IV like benzos and Z-drugs. So it must have abuse potential, or they're concerned it might have abuse potential.

It could be the latter. Remember when Ambien was supposedly non addictive? Maybe this is a preemptive strike?

Still, I'd be curious to see how it feels.
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Re: a Xanax User Asks "What's the Best Drug for Sleeping ?"
« Reply #19 on: December 16, 2016, 04:23:30 PM »
trazadone and ambien never worked well for me.
like a few others here seroquel was the only one that really kept me asleep. it was also the only medicine that I felt I needed to cut back on my prescription and did.
once i was at around 400mg i was noticing some drowsiness for most of the day after awaking and staying asleep for very long periods of time. cutting back dosages mostly got rid of this side effect.
with all sleeping medicines tho if i don't fall asleep within the first 30mins-1.5hrs they tend to keep me awake. That's why cannabis, especially hash oil (was said before) is great for knocking me out quickly but without something backing it up after 1.5-2.5 hours i'll wake up at the most.
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