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Well benzodiazepines like these can cause severe withdrawal symptoms if they are tapered down too quickly, it would depend on how long you have been using the drugs for i.e the time during which the tapering process will occur will vary according to the duration you have been using temazepam for. Secondly, anoither thing which has to be kept in mind is the actual condition for which you were initially prescribed the drug. Tapering off temazepam might cause that condition to worsen, for example if it was anxiety then tapering off the drug could cause the anxiety to worsen.
Now usually the dose is reduced slowly, for example if you are 15 mg a day then initially the dose will be cut down to 12.5 mg a day for about a week (longer if you have been on it for several years), then after using it for a week, the dose can be cut down to 10 mg which again can be used for a week. The dose would be continued to cut down by 2.5 mg each week until you are completely off the drug. At the same time you would be monitored for signs of withdrawal which may include increased anxiety, muscle aches, insomnia, seizures in severe cases. If you have been on it for several years then the dose would be cut down every 2-3 weeks instead of a week.
The last thing is that this should be done under the supervision of your doctor, DO NOT try doing it on your own, simply because the chances of side effects and withdrawal are high which can be dangerous if you do this without medical supervision.
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