Sleeping pill users five times more likely to die than non-users
The most common misconception about prescription sleep aids is that they are safe. After more than 500,000 deaths, Scripps Health, with the help of Professor Robert Langer of MIT, started a long and detailed investigation on the safety of taking sleep aids.
How could a person die from only occasional sleep aid use?
According to Professor Langer, it most certainly is not. “People think these newer, shorter-acting sleeping pills are safer because they’re out of your body relatively quickly,” he says. “That’s not true. There are meaningful risks associated with even occasional use.”
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