7 Most Dangerous Drugs,

7 Most Dangerous Drugs

7 Most Dangerous Drugs


Studies prove that sleep impacts longevity, memory, energy and overall well-being. Good sleep is essential, but as we age, it is hard to get.

Unfortunately, millions of people resort to sleeping drugs like Ambien, Lunesta, Restoril, Sonata and others. Not only are these drugs among the most widely prescribed — mainstream medicine doles them out like Halloween candy… but they are also among the most deadly, making them #1 on our list of the 7 Most Dangerous Prescription Drugs.

How dangerous are they? According to a new study conducted by the Scripps Clinic:

People who use sleeping pills have a 530% higher death risk. They also have a 35% higher cancer risk…
Even folks who were prescribed as few as 18 sleeping pills per year had a 360% higher death risk.
“We are not certain. But it looks like sleeping pills could be as risky as smoking cigarettes,” states study leader Daniel Kripke, M.D., a professor of psychiatry emeritus at University of California. “It looks much more dangerous to take these pills than to treat insomnia another way.” For more, click here…

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  1. Howard Dean (democrat) says obalmycare is a bailout of the insurance companies in return for bribes (contributions) they paid out to BOTH democrats and republicans. That’s why republicans only put up token resistance to it.

    What industry wouldn’t want the government to force 50,000,000 people to become customers overnight?

    Of course, none of these “conservatives” bitched when auto insurance became mandatory. This is largely modeled after that.

    “People get the government they deserve.” – John Updike/Author

    http://dev.fixhealthcarepolicy.com/health-care-news/howard-dean-obamacare-bigger-bailout-for-insurance-companies-than-aig/

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