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2012-11-19 16:02:52

A drug commonly prescribed to help patients sleep in hospitals has been associated with an increased risk of falls, according to a study published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine. U.S. sleep specialists from the Mayo Clinic found that the fall rate among the 4,962 patients who took zolpidem during their hospital stay was more than four times as high as the 11,358 who did not take the drug. They also found that the risk posed by the drug was greater than the risks posed by factors...

2012-07-12 23:00:33

Even moderate use of sleeping pills carries potential long-term risks. Dr. Dan Naim, a sleep specialist, recommends a non-drug route for treating insomnia. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 12, 2012 Early death is one of the risks associated with sleeping pills, according to a new study. While up to 10 percent of adults in the U.S. take some form of sleep aid medication, Dr. Dan Naim of Los Angeles Sleep Study Institute recommends sleeping pills only after non-drug routes are exhausted and for...

Sleeping Pills Linked To Increased Risk Of Death
2012-02-28 11:03:43

A new study finds that people who take certain commonly prescribed sleeping pills have a five-fold increased risk of death, even among those taking fewer than 18 doses a year. And these drugs are also linked to a significantly increased risk of cancer among those taking high doses, the study, published in the journal BMJ Open, shows. The study, analyzing 10,500 people who took a wide-range of sleeping pills including zolpidem, diazepam and tamazepam, found that the top third of sleeping...


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