Can Sleeping Pills Increase Your Risk Of Sudden Death?






People who rely on even two sleeping pills per month have about a 35 percent chance of developing cancer, according to a 2012 study by the non-profit Scripps Health organization. Those who take prescription hypnotic medications have a 6 to 10 percent greater risk of dying of cancer than people who do not take sleeping [&hellip

Sleep Disorders






Sleeping is one of the most important factors in human health. It is clinically proven that a person should get at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep to have a healthy well-being. But this theory is not attainable especially by people who are busy working or working at night. The effect of sleeping at [&hellip

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