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Sleeping pill use linked to more hospital visits

Sleeping pill use linked to more hospital visits

Sleeping pills, one of the most common medications used by elders, are in this category as are anti-histamines, which are available without prescription, according to the study of 3,344 Americans aged 65 and older.

How to overcome your jetlag?

How to overcome your jetlag?

In today’s world, travelling across time zones is inevitable and so in the jetlag due to that.

Funny! Man on sleeping pills accidentally buys a yak online

Funny! Man on sleeping pills accidentally buys a yak online

It was a yak...a huge one! Apparently, he was on some “sleeping pills” when he decided to go for it.

Anxiety, sleeping pills don't put you at increased dementia risk

A new study has suggested that taking drugs for anxiety and sleep problems is not associated with an increased dementia.

Ready for space flight? Don't forget your sleeping pills

Ready for space flight? Don't forget your sleeping pills

The medications they used, the reasons they used them and how well they said the medicines worked were analysed. 

Risk of car accidents higher in people with sleep apnea

Treating the obstructive sleep apnea disorder can help save many lives as researchers have found that it is associated with a significantly increased risk of motor vehicle accidents.

Saradha scam: Kunal Ghosh says guilty must be arrested

Saradha scam: Kunal Ghosh says guilty must be arrested

Suspended Trinamool Congress MP and Saradha scam accused Kunal Ghosh, who tried to commit suicide on Friday by consuming sleeping pills in jail, on Saturday demanded that guilty in the case must be punished.

Consuming sleeping, anti-anxiety pills could increase Alzheimer's risk

If you often pop up pills to control anxiety and improve sleep, beware! A new study suggests that that long-term use of pills may put you at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Try hypnosis for good night`s sleep

Do you grab that bottle of sleeping pills every time you have trouble nodding off? Try hypnosis instead.

Sleeping pills and anti-anxiety drugs up risk of death

A new study has found that anti-anxiety drugs and sleeping pills could increase risk of death.

All Black stars in sleeping pill cocktail binge

New Zealand rugby chiefs on Thursday admitted two prominent All Blacks abused prescription sleeping pills during the 2011 Rugby World Cup, but denied the practice was commonplace among professional players

Sleeping pills ups risk of heart attacks by 50 percent

A new study suggests that sleeping pills taken by tens of thousands of Britons can increase the risk of heart attacks by up to 50 percent.

Beat insomnia with yoga

While it is necessary in some severe cases, there are natural methods to beat sleeplessness. In this post we will tell you about yoga poses that can help you sleep like a baby.

ND Tiwari slams Uttarakhand govt for not ordering

Former Uttarakhand CM ND Tiwari criticised the state government for not ordering a judicial probe into his charges that he was given overdose of sleeping pills for many years as part of a conspiracy.

Popular prescription sleeping drug may increase retention of negative memories

Researchers have identified the sleep mechanism that enables the brain to consolidate emotional memory and found that a popular prescription sleep aid heightens the recollection of and response to negative memories.

`Sleeping pills could improve your memory`

Taking sleeping pills could help a person improve his memory, a controversial new study has claimed.

Half the benefit of sleeping pills comes from `placebo effect`

Much of the effects of sleeping pills are in the mind, according to a study.

Police begins probe into `conspiracy` against ND Tiwari

Police have begun a probe into the claim of ND Tiwari`s close aide that the veteran Congress leader was given sleeping pills for several years.

50 % insomniacs take sleeping pills without doc’s advice

More than half of insomniacs are risking their health by taking sleeping pills without getting proper medical advice

Sleeping pills don`t work for 40 percent poppers

Sleeping pills seldom worked for 40 percent of the poppers who suffer from insomnia, says a survey of 20,000 people, according to a British study.