Friday, June 12, 2015

Sleeping Pill Use Raises Car Crash Risk, Study Finds - NBC News

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"Sleeping pills such as Ambien and Restoril may double someone's risk of a car crash — even after their effects should have worn off — and may raise the risk as much as having too much to drink, researchers reported Thursday.

A close look at medical and driving records showed that people who took any one of the three popular sleeping aids had anywhere between a 25 percent and three times higher risk of being involved in an accident while driving."

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