Order Halcion Online/ The retail price of Halcion for uninsured patients averages $214.57. You will pay as low as $2.84 for generic Halcion using a Single Care savings card at participating pharmacies, such as CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Walmart, Kroger, and Rite Aid. In fact, you can save up to 80% off the retail price on many of your prescription drug needs with Single Care.
How much does Halcion cost with insurance?
Copay costs of Halcion differ greatly depending on your insurance plan. With Single Care, generic Halcion costs $2.84. Ask your pharmacist to help you compare your insurance copay to your Single Care discount. Your Halcion price with Single Care often could be lower.
Does Medicare cover Halcion and how much does it cost?
Most Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage prescription drug insurance plans do not cover Halcion or its generic alternative, triazolam. For Medicare patients, our free Halcion coupon reduces the cost of generic Halcion to $2.84. Search our website or app for the Single Care price for both Halcion and its generic alternative.
How to save on Halcion
You can save money by switching to generic triazolam. Consult the Halcion generic section for information about generic availability. Single Care offers significant savings with a Halcion coupon welcomed at many major neighborhood pharmacies, such as Longs Drugs, Walmart, Walgreens, and many more. Our lowest price for Halcion is currently $2.84 per 2, 0.25mg Tablet, but it could be even lower depending on the dosage prescribed.
Is there a generic of Halcion?
Halcion is a brand-name prescription drug manufactured by Pfizer. The active ingredient in Halcion is also available as generic triazolam, from Mylan, West-Ward, and others. A Single Care discount card will save you on Halcion or its generics at local pharmacies near you, such as CVS, Harris Teeter, or Duane Reade.
What is Halcion?
Halcion is a prescription drug used as short-term relief for insomnia. Insomnia should not be treated long-term by Halcion. Chronic insomnia may be due to an undiagnosed cause and treatment with Halcion will mask this cause.
Halcion is a controlled substance and belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepines, which have a sedating effect by enhancing a critical chemical that slows activity in the brain. The dosage will depend on the nature and severity of the insomnia symptoms. Halcion should be prescribed at the lowest effective dose and for the shortest period of time possible. Before taking Halcion, tell your doctor about your medical conditions and history. Tell your doctor about any medications you take, including prescription and OTC drugs, as well as vitamins and supplements. Certain medications or substances (such as opioid pain medicines, muscle relaxants, other anxiety or sleep medications, or alcohol) can interact with Halcion and should not be combined, due to the possibility of serious side effects which could include loss of consciousness, slowed or stopped breathing, coma, and death. Misuse of Halcion can cause addiction, overdose, or death. Keep Halcion where no one else can get to it. Keep securely out of reach and out of sight of children and pets.
What are the side effects of Halcion?
Halcion is a potent sedative and hypnotic (sleep-inducing) drug, so the most common side effects are sleepiness, drowsiness, dizziness, lightheadedness, and loss of coordination. Other common side effects include headache, irritability, and changes in menstrual periods.
The most hazardous side effects caused by Halcion are complex sleep behaviors, such as sleepwalking, sleep sex, sleep cooking and eating, and, most hazardous of all, sleep driving, which is getting out of bed while asleep and driving a vehicle. Patients typically do not remember these events. Halcion must be discontinued if you do any of these activities while taking Halcion.
Mental and mood changes are possible side effects and may include depression, excitability, irritability, agitation, confusion, and suicidal thoughts.