Article: Are Prescription Sleeping Pills Deadly?

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    Oh look studies linking serious problems to sleep aids, yet I don't see everyone clamoring for a ban like with DMAA :261:
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    I'd like to see a double blind study.. There's a biased with that study..it's so subtle that not many people would realize it.. People who are in the study are there because they have trouble sleeping. Things like stress can cause sleeping problems and high levels of stress have been linked to other serious complications so by taking the pills it is simply masking the underlying symptoms. It would only make sense that people who take the pills are at more risks but not because of the pills themselves
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    Phuq! I take ambien every once in a while... Hopefully I don't die, eh...
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    Originally Posted by machorox123 View Post
    I'd like to see a double blind study.. There's a biased with that study..it's so subtle that not many people would realize it.. People who are in the study are there because they have trouble sleeping. Things like stress can cause sleeping problems and high levels of stress have been linked to other serious complications so by taking the pills it is simply masking the underlying symptoms. It would only make sense that people who take the pills are at more risks but not because of the pills themselves
    That is true, however I doubt you would get too many volunteers to be the control group. I know I wouldn't.... not with the dependency issues with sleep aids, withdrawl symptoms, and now potential organ damaging implications.
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    I wont take ambien anymore the sides just sucked to much. anxiety and sleep walking/driving, buying things over the internet and not remember doing it.
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    Originally Posted by machorox123 View Post
    I'd like to see a double blind study.. There's a biased with that study..it's so subtle that not many people would realize it.. People who are in the study are there because they have trouble sleeping. Things like stress can cause sleeping problems and high levels of stress have been linked to other serious complications so by taking the pills it is simply masking the underlying symptoms. It would only make sense that people who take the pills are at more risks but not because of the pills themselves
    My first thought was that seroquil is the most prescribed medication in prisons!! Hahaha!!
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